I was watching Interview with the Vampire last nite and forgot what a good movie it was. I did not enjoy Queen of the Damned as much but it wasn't too bad. Has anyone read her books? Care to make some comments about her work?
Rice was raised as a Catholic, as I recall and, for many years (due to various circumstances) "lost her faith" -- though I think, given her approach to a lot of things connected to such in her books, this is a dubious assertion, as it seems more like someone going through a certain stage of disillusionment while trying to come to terms with the idealistic views of their religion when confronted with the actual realities, rather than someone who has truly examined the subject... an emotional, rather than intellectual, reaction, in other words. According to what I'm hearing, a few years ago, she "rediscovered" her faith, and yes, she is once more of the religious camp.I really liked Christ The Lord, though. I thought it was fascinating to think about what He must have been like as a child, not that I think her account is historically acurate, but it certainly is entertaining. Perhaps she has found christianity.