The Phantom of the Opera Kindle â The Phantom Epub /

The Phantom of the Opera Kindle â The Phantom  Epub / First published in French as a serial in , The Phantom of the Opera is a riveting story that revolves around the young, Swedish Christine Daa Her father, a famous musician, dies, and she is raised in the Paris Opera House with his dying promise of a protective angel of music to guide her After a time at the opera house, she begins hearing a voice, who eventually teaches her how to sing beautifully All goes well until Christine s childhood friend Raoul comes to visit his parents, who are patrons of the opera, and he sees Christine when she begins successfully singing on the stage The voice, who is the deformed, murderous ghost of the opera house named Erik, however, grows violent in his terrible jealousy, until Christine suddenly disappears The phantom is in love, but it can only spell disasterLeroux s work, with characters ranging from the spoiled prima donna Carlotta to the mysterious Persian from Erik s past, has been immortalized by memorable adaptations Despite this, it remains a remarkable piece of Gothic horror literature in and of itself, deeper and darker than any version that follows


10 thoughts on “The Phantom of the Opera

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    Persons who are visited by the Angel quiver with a thrill unknown to the rest of mankind And they cannot touch an instrument or open their mouths to sing, without producing sounds that put all other human sounds to shameErik, AKA The Phantom of the Opera, is Paris s Heathcliff This book is a dark tale of a man s descent into violence and madness, and the woman who forms the obsession at the centre of his life.I should prob


  2. Fabian Fabian says:

    Excellent, marvelous A phantasmagorical ha ha PERFECTION NO JOKE This is one true House of Horrors, perhaps the best one ever orchestrated maybe discounting Poe Yes, EVER The prose is so simple, so readable, that the barest of essentials are there, in all their power and glory the haunted house, the victim lover, the victimizer lover, the clandestine meetings, the haunted past, the switch over of protagonists, the uncertainty caus


  3. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    The Phantom s greatest tragedy in life is the fact that he came so close to gaining the heart of the girl he loved, a sense of acceptance he has wanted for an entire lifetime, but because of his scarred and damaged soul he did nothing but terrify her ultimately, shattering the initial allure and glamour she felt in his presence In the vein of Frankenstein and Heathcliff, Erik s shattered visage, his ruined face, permeates his soul Society


  4. Madeline Madeline says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Before we start off, let me clarify something because I can t be bothered to create a the Broadway stage adaptation is better shelf, my the movie is better shelf will have to suffice here The Phantom of the Opera, the show, is a giant, absurd, bombastic display of every bad misconception of theater, and is the main reason Andrew Lloyd Weber is able to fall asleep on a


  5. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Le Fant me de l Op ra The Phantom of the Opera, Gaston LerouxThe Phantom of the Opera is a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux It was first published as a serialization in Le Gaulois from 23 September 1909, to 8 January 1910 It was published in volume form in late March 1910 by Pierre Lafitte In Paris in the 1880s, the Palais Garnier opera house is believed to be haunted by an entity known as the Phantom of the Opera, or simply the Opera Ghost A stageha


  6. Pramod Nair Pramod Nair says:

    And, despite the care which she took to look behind her at every moment, she failed to see a shadow which followed her like her own shadow, which stopped when she stopped, which started again when she did and which made nonoise than a well conducted shadow should Gaston Leroux who popularized an entire sub genre of detective fiction called locked room mystery through his works like The Mystery of the Yellow Room and his fictional amateur sleuth, Joseph Rouletabi


  7. Henry Avila Henry Avila says:

    Sorelli, a principal dancer in the beautiful, new, and fabulous Paris Opera House circa 1880 is angry, her dressing room has been invaded, by half a dozen hysterical young ladies, ballet dancers The frightened performers have seen the legendary Phantom Ghost , claiming to have noticed a very ugly man, but well dressed in the passageway The superstitious but brave woman, opens the door quiet slowly and takes a careful peek The shadowy in gaslight, reddish walls give a st


  8. Carol Carol says:

    THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is a fantastic ghostly tale of love with so muchdepthand evilto the storyline than I remember from either the play or old movie.Be prepared for murder by hanging, frequent cries of terror from malicious accidents , and suicide for just a smidgeon of what will materialize But, it s the mysterious Opera Ghost who lurks in the shadows using tricks and illusions to work his many evils behind a mask of horror and smell of death that will grab your attention


  9. Candi Candi says:

    He is extraordinarily thin and his dress coat hangs on a skeleton frame His eyes are so deep that you can hardly see the fixed pupils You just see two big black holes, as in a dead man s skull His skin, which is stretched across his bones like a drumhead, is not white, but a nasty yellow His nose is so little worth talking about that you can t see it side face and the absence of that nose is a horrible thing to look at All the hair he has is three or four long dark locks on his forehea


  10. Bark Bark says:

    Well, that was melodramatic.Because I quit a book last week, I forced myself to finish this one I can finish anything on audio, thought I I am not a quitter, thought I But after struggling to focus on this and backtracking 2 hours because I realized I had been daydreaming the entire time, I have come to the realization that the DNF review is not so bad a thing.This read was torture Pure torture I finished it but did not have a good timeYou don t love me But you willSorry Erik but no Well, that


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