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Merciful Death – A Louis de Pointe du Lac fancasting

Shortly after reaching the colony, I fell fatally in love with Louis, a young dark-haired bourgeois planter, graceful of speech and fastidious of manner […] 

And his naiveté conquered me always, his strange bourgeois faith that God was still God even if he turned his back on us, that damnation and salvation established the boundaries of a small and hopeless world. 

[…] Louis was a sufferer, a thing that loved mortals even more than I did. […]

But I loved him, plain and simple.

– The Vampire Lestat

I kept glancing at him and away from him, as if his green eyes were hurting me. In modern parlance he was a laser beam. Deadly and delicate he seemed. His victims had always loved him.

– The Vampire Lestat

His face, quite thin and finely drawn by nature, an exquisitely delicate face for all its obvious strength […]

His beauty has always maddened me. I think I idealize him in my mind when I’m not with him; but then when I see him again I’m overcome.

Of course it was his beauty which drew me to him, in my first nights here in Louisiana, when it was a savage, lawless colony, and he was a reckless, drunken fool, gambling and picking fights in taverns, and doing what he could to bring about his own death. Well, he got what he thought he wanted, more or less.

– Tale Of The Body Thief

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