The Phantom of the Opera
The long-ago mysteries of the great opera house in Paris have never been explained. Why did so many terrible tragedies happen there? Why did everyone flee from it in fear? This gripping story about the ?opera ghost” and the beautiful singer he loves launched one of the most popular musicals in Broadway history?and it serves up enough thrills, chills, and surprises to keep even the most reluctant reader fascinated.
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I felt this book was a little disappointing. I wasn't really interested in any of the characters until the end of the novel and even at that point I only really liked Raoul and the Persian. Christine ... Read full review