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This story captivated me from the first page to the last We thought that the Phantom s story ended after Christine ran off with the love of her life, Raoul, but destiny had a different idea.When Meg goes deep into the catacombs to search for Erik, she findsthen she expected, including love.I couldn t put this book down and recommend it to everyone who loved the Phantom musical It s the best way for someone to continue the story I am thankful to have discovered this book via I a This story captivated me from the first page to the last We thought that the Phantom s story ended after Christine ran off with the love of her life, Raoul, but destiny had a different idea.When Meg goes deep into the catacombs to search for Erik, she findsthen she expected, including love.I couldn t put this book down and recommend it to everyone who loved the Phantom musical It s the best way for someone to continue the story I am thankful to have discovered this book via I almost died after reading the original novel and watching the movie, this book was all I was hoping for and From the Militant Recommender Book Review Blog read and reviewed a number of Phantom fictions, I ve enjoyed a variety of variations on the Erik, Christine and Raoul canon, and also a number of books that bring in a new love for Erik, someone to ease the heartbreak as he longs for Christine Those are really good, too But Sadie Montgomery s Phoenix of the Opera does something entirely new, it seems Because, as Christine is torn between the safety o From the Militant Recommender Book Review Blog read and reviewed a number of Phantom fictions, I ve enjoyed a variety of variations on the Erik, Christine and Raoul canon, and also a number of books that bring in a new love for Erik, someone to ease the heartbreak as he longs for Christine Those are really good, too But Sadie Montgomery s Phoenix of the Opera does something entirely new, it seems Because, as Christine is torn between the safety of Raoul and the magnetism of Erik, and as Erik lets her go there is someone waiting in the wings watching it all Meg And of course Meg would be wondering what the heck is going on Her Mother, Madame Giry, has been protecting and delivering notes and whatnot for some mystery Opera Ghost for YEARS Her best friend, Christine, went from a member of the ballet corps as a girl to being tutored by someone she referred to as her Angel of Music and as she gets older, she is on the verge of becoming a major Opera Star and then, she also has Raoul hanging around the stage door Meg isn t jealous, though She s a great friend and happy Christine is doing so well She, after all, is becoming a prima ballerina But she has always been aware of a presence in the Opera House Shadows, voices, odd laughter Is there really an Opera Ghost A Phantom of the Opera It seems terribly romantic It all becomes clear when Christine leaves with Raoul after her mysterious disappearance This is where our story really begins and this is also the beginning of a Phantom series by Ms Montgomery Meg has followed the mob out for Erik s blood, in the aftermath of Christine s kidnapping and release, to try and warn him Becoming lost in the tunnels she becomes trapped in one of his snares and screams Thinking Christine has come back he rescues her from the watery trap only to find, to his horror, it is Little Meg, his old friend Madame Giry s daughter He turns to leave her there, when she calls him back and pleads with him, telling him she knows how her mother helped him and she wanted to help him He ignores her and she, cold and wet, unsteadily follows him back through the passages Finally he sweeps her up in his arms and carries her Back in his lair, Erik falls ill to a fever and dreams of Christine Meg cares for him through his illness This act leads to others and eventually, Erik comes to realize the shoe is on the other foot, while he longs for Christine, Meg has become infatuated with HIM There are many complications, among them an ongoing manhunt led by the horrid Inspector Leroux There are moments of heart stopping suspense, moments so disturbing you wonder how there will be a sequel If you enjoy the Phantom and are looking for an intriguing readthen download or buy the Phoenix of the Opera A perfect title as we watch Erik rise from the ashes of the Opera House and his past This is the first in Ms Montgomery s Phantom series The other titles are Out of the Darkness The Phantom s Journey The Phantom s Opera Phantom Death Phantom Madness Phantom Murder Decent premise, poor execution, almost DNF edAhhh, the sweet mental release of Phanfic With familiar characters, plot, and locations, it s easy to slip into such stories Each author has their own spin and favorite version that they build upon This one is quite heavily based on the movie version, with the chandelier falling a climactic final act for the Opera Populaire Typing with a sigh and grimace Michael Crawford is my Phantom and the theater is rebuilt That said, the actual story he Decent premise, poor execution, almost DNF edAhhh, the sweet mental release of Phanfic With familiar characters, plot, and locations, it s easy to slip into such stories Each author has their own spin and favorite version that they build upon This one is quite heavily based on the movie version, with the chandelier falling a climactic final act for the Opera Populaire Typing with a sigh and grimace Michael Crawford is my Phantom and the theater is rebuilt That said, the actual story here is interesting, primarily true to characters, occasionally far fetched, and decent yet slow moving Erik s obsession with Christine continues, Raoul jealously broods, the Girys play their roles Other characters are mentioned, but do not emerge from the shadows of memory My issue The writing style is absolutely painful to read Tenses change, point of views change with no break or warningthere are long rambling poorly punctuated paragraphs, pages sometimes, stream of consciousness moments, a glimpse inside the mind of the character who you may or may not recognize at first so you go back and read it again from the top in sheer Kindle throwing frustration wondering if it s permissible to DNF a Phantom book at 25 or 30 percent it sounds awful to do but for the love of Erik perhaps you ll push through to discover the author using these and the rapid fire POV changes a bit less as it continues so you fallreadily into the story, suddenly it s over finished neatly but stillof the story to tell and you re writing a review but fairly certain you won t read the sequelsYeah It s like that, but worse An example of the writing He glances around the corner of the crypt and sees Christine s carriage approach She didn t come yesterday, nor the day before that I wait here for her, knowing that she will come I spent too long in the darkness trying not to forget her face These moments in the graveyard are my only peace He feels his blood rush to his heart as he sees her descend from the carriage the driver assists her She s delicate Great story that continues the movie version of Andrew Lloyd Webber s The Phantom of the Opera Characters are well developed The story is compelling The erotic bits are tastefully done Easily addicting. I read this book back in high school and I have to say that I have re read the entire series nearly once a year as each book came out I love Sadie s ability to use words to depict a musical score as well as her fantastic insight into the history and daily activities of those of that time period She also creates highly plausible storylines that continue the Phantom s journey after we left him in the cellars of the Paris opera Being a huge fan of everything Phantom I have to say that my only di I read this book back in high school and I have to say that I have re read the entire series nearly once a year as each book came out I love Sadie s ability to use words to depict a musical score as well as her fantastic insight into the history and daily activities of those of that time period She also creates highly plausible storylines that continue the Phantom s journey after we left him in the cellars of the Paris opera Being a huge fan of everything Phantom I have to say that my only disappointment and I use the term very lightly in this series is that it is based from the 2004 film version of Phantom as opposed to the Andrew Llyod Webber s play or Gaston Leroux s original work But this disappointment is only minor for as I have said, Sadie is a magnificent author Her characters transcend those depicted in the film If you have been craving a tale of the Phantom that answers many questions about his past, delves into his tortured soul, makes madness reasonable, and where Raoul isn t necessarily a bad guy I would highly recommend the entire Phoenix of the Opera series as a must read I have to admit that it took me a long time to read this book I think it was due to getting used to reading on the Kindle I much prefer a paperback over an eBook Regardless, there are many Phantom novels out there This is the first one I ve read and I chose it because I m acquainted with the author from a few online communities I guess I ve never really thought about what happened to the Phantom between the time he walked through the broken mirror of his lair to the closing scene at Christi I have to admit that it took me a long time to read this book I think it was due to getting used to reading on the Kindle I much prefer a paperback over an eBook Regardless, there are many Phantom novels out there This is the first one I ve read and I chose it because I m acquainted with the author from a few online communities I guess I ve never really thought about what happened to the Phantom between the time he walked through the broken mirror of his lair to the closing scene at Christine s grave Ms Montgomery is quite the storyteller, going places that I never even considered I liked getting another s perspective on the events that happened in the original story and how she took the story from there I found the way she wrote character s inner dialog to be unique, with omitting capitalization and punctuation It took a little brain teasing on my part to decipher it I found that it symbolized how our jumbled thoughts could run together the inner turmoil Some readers would find it as words bunched together, where I found it to be expressive I plan to read the other books in her series If you re looking for a Phantom book to read, I recommend this one She left me wanting It was a great idea to continue the Phantom of the Opera story, where the movie left off, though I was greatly disappointed For one, the grammar was punctuation was horrible, and I was also offended when the author would capitalize the h in him when referring to Raul The story was weird at times, and the end seemed too dramatic The part that was especially annoying was whenever a character was thinking, the words would be all jumbled and very hard to read The characters weren t what I ha It was a great idea to continue the Phantom of the Opera story, where the movie left off, though I was greatly disappointed For one, the grammar was punctuation was horrible, and I was also offended when the author would capitalize the h in him when referring to Raul The story was weird at times, and the end seemed too dramatic The part that was especially annoying was whenever a character was thinking, the words would be all jumbled and very hard to read The characters weren t what I had imagined them to be either The author made Raul look like a man whore looking for his next fling at the opera house until he saw Christine and the chorus girls all prostitutes That really turned me off, and made me ask others if they thought of Raul as anything else than a respectable, handsome man with a love for the arts they didn t It was nice to read a continuation of the story, and there were some good things in it, but I wish it had been better much better It certainly didn t meet my expectations Written after the 2004 movie Which adds to the appeal because the Phantom Montgomery describes screams with Gerard Butler s screen presence Influenced by the film Feels like it to me The tone and language work well with the characters and subject matter Dark, dramatic and sumptuous Christine is as insipid as ever Raoul I like even less in this and I wasn t a big fan to begin with, when reading the book in grade school The Phantom s obsession with Christinestill nauseating and frustrat Written after the 2004 movie Which adds to the appeal because the Phantom Montgomery describes screams with Gerard Butler s screen presence Influenced by the film Feels like it to me The tone and language work well with the characters and subject matter Dark, dramatic and sumptuous Christine is as insipid as ever Raoul I like even less in this and I wasn t a big fan to begin with, when reading the book in grade school The Phantom s obsession with Christinestill nauseating and frustrating But the pieces of back story, Erik s friendship with Madame Giry and especially the budding relationship with Meg are worth the read Spoiled Christine seems to be laboring under the misconception that she can have both men and Erik will be content with her scraps Maybe he will be But maybe not Let s just say blondes havefun in this title and in some respects it s the brunettes turn to be jealous Did I mentionthis book s Phantom is as sexy as the most recent film s version {FREE E-PUB} á The Phoenix of the Opera ⚛ The Phantom of the Opera had released the love of his life, Christine Daa , from his possession and retreated to his subterranean lair to die Young Meg Giry remained fascinated with her friend s captor, whom she would not permit to destroy himself Through Meg s care the Phantom returns to life and makes his courageous savior his prot ge But can the Phantom, hunted by Parisian authorities and Christine s husband, the dashing Count de Chagny, escape his criminal past Can he forget his first beloved or will he continue to haunt Christine, as she does him Will Meg, who hungers for his love, be able to heal his heart and make him her own The Phoenix of the Opera explores the limits of redemption and the power of love, taking us into the tortured souls of its protagonists It is a grand tale of despair, obsession, rekindled passion, and the power of love this book was a really good poto spin off This book the charcters actually act like the charcters unlike other poto spinofff cough darkness brings the dawn cough But this is a sequel to the movie so if you expect it to be like Leroux s its not.This book is truelly good If your a poto fan of the play or the movie this is the book for u