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If you are a Phantom of the Opera fan, this book is for you. ERIK survives and is removed from the Paris Opera House by forces beyond his control. He finds a new residence, new friends and a new love who will accept him as he is. This story takes place Epernay, France with an all new set of charactors. It is the sequel to Leroux's book, not the play, and begins where the book left off. If you are an ERIK fan, you will enjoy this sequel. The Phantom LIVES as ERIK!
File Size: 350 KB
Print Length: 244 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: October 24, 2011
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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Good story, needs better editing
13 people found this helpful.
on December 31, 2011
By The Kundert's
Without a doubt I absolutely adore this plot. I get so frustrated when I read published sequels that utilize the musical’s story formula, or a mixture of both the Leroux novel and the musical. It was the most amazing breath of fresh air to finally read a book that is completely Leroux based in its characters and styling.
3 people found this helpful.
on March 7, 2013
I have a complaint about this book. Once I picked it up, I couldn’t put it down until I finished it! Therefore, everything else in my day got put on hold!
on May 16, 2014
By heather patrick
now I don’t know if most people know this, or not. but LOVE NEVER DIES, is the sequal to the musical of the phantom od the opera. and this is TEN TIMES BETTER!!! this makes me love the phantom even more. true it’s a little off character to what I think he would have done, but it was beautiful! her finally finds happiness with someone else! who doesn’t fear his face, he gets help from it. he become health and his scare’s become less and less, also thing it is the love he gets from a special woman that heals something within him. but it still a mystery smiliar to the original phantom! loved every moment of it!
on October 21, 2012
I have never written a review in my life, so if this sounds utterly stupid and useless, I apologize. I will mainly compliment the author and just say how WORTH IT this book is. I know, I’m addicted to fanfic and I don’t ever remember having to pay to read them, but fair is fair. Fanfiction is still a marginal genre, really despised as worth reading material, since most people see them only as entertainment, with no commercial value or value, for that matter.
Not the best, but not the worst!
on February 2, 2013
There are many aspects that make a great book a great one. In this story Erik finds his humanity, and Christine Daae is merely an old memory. As a huge “Phanatic” I thought it was going to be hard to picture Erik falling in love with someone who was not Christine. However this story had great new characters, and I would prefer to read this one over “The Phantom of Manhattan” (which I sadly read). The reason I am not giving this book the full five stars is due to the fact that there were many grammar errors. For example, sometimes they would spell Erik’s name “Eric” or there would be words inserted in a sentence that did not allow the flow of sentence to be read properly. In the other hand, I would recommend this to any Phantom “Phan”. It was nice to see Erik outside of the Opera House and venture into a whole new different world for him. (Review done by a 19 year old’s perspective)
A worthwhile read
One person found this helpful.
on February 27, 2013
By Katelyn Elliott
Let me preface by saying that I am a very picky person when it comes to Phantom fiction. This book surprised me entirely. I was certain it would be another sad example of a poorly contrived sequel. It had moments of brilliance, wonderful characterization, a worthwhile plot and the occasional nod to Gaston Leroux peppered in. There were a fair share of grammatical errors and the formatting is less than perfect. but if you can shove down that minuscule ire, it is a book worth the read and well worth the price!
Amazing Eric, but I miss the Phantom
on June 16, 2013
By Javier Alvarez Campillo
I have really enjoyed reading this book. It is a beautiful tale of redemption and love. And the plot is very good. Based on any original character I will give it 5 stars but being the Phantom I miss his tricks and lethality, a bit at least. At the end of the book I cannot help but thinking what wonderful traps he could have devised at the château underground cellar! This said I recommend it as one of the best Phantom sequels available.
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