Publish date: March 15th 2006
Publisher: Aeon Publishing Inc.
Pages no: 468
Edition language: English
by Susan Kay Phantom is a re-telling of the story of The Phantom of the Opera. It's a story that captures the imagination written by an author I've read once before and really enjoyed, so my expectations were admittedly high. I wasn't to be disappointed. It starts from the point of view of Erik'...
One of my favorite books of the year, I definitely liked it more than the original classic. I know some of you will take it as a blasphemy, but I felt Phantom was funnier. For me, Erik's point of view is much more compelling in Phantom than Christine's and Raoul's in the musical (or Leroux' classic)...
Eh they wrote yet another remake..lovely. none of them can compare to the original phantom of the opera!
This is definitely a must-read for any Phantom fan! There are truly no words to explain the beauty and the humanity that Erik a.k.a. The Phantom possesses in this book. It made me cry, it made me laugh, it made me gasp in horror and tremble with anticipation. Susan Kay does a fantastic job capturing...
I added another star today based on the fact that I could still remembered this book even when I read it years ago.The plot is the backbone story of the phantom from phantom of the opera. It is based on how this man had reached to this stage of life, and become the phantom. If you like phantom of th...
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