The Phantom of Paris, by Gwenith M. Vehlow

Has anybody else here read it?

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The Phantom of Paris, by Gwenith M. Vehlow

Postby Kris Doyle » Fri Jan 06, 2006 6:26 am

The Phantom of Paris is a Christian sequel to Phantom of the Opera. It was published by Publish America a few years ago, and I was impressed when I read it! I know I'm prejudiced (because Gwenith is my cousin), but my relatives and I aren't the only ones who like it. Really, it's great.
As some of you know, at the end of Phantom of the Opera, Eric (the deformed man who called himself the Opera Ghost) was believed to be dead, and the characters Raoul and Christine were about to marry. In The Phantom of Paris, Christine discovers evidence that Eric may still be alive! She finds herself missing him and goes down below the Opera House to see if he really is there. But I can't say anything else without ruining the surprise of a good story for those who haven't read it.
Has anyone on the ToO read it (besides me)? If so, what do you think about it?
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Postby Elf of Rivendell » Fri Jan 06, 2006 6:27 am

O_O

Sequel to...Phantom of the Opera? Must...read.
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Postby Evangeline Doyle » Fri Jan 06, 2006 1:24 pm

:dumb: Are you serious?!
In the words of Elf of Rivendell... "Must... read." and I must go to the library!
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Postby The Top Crusader » Fri Jan 06, 2006 10:46 pm

Elf of Rivendell wrote:O_O

Sequel to...Phantom of the Opera? Must...read.


There is also a sequel by a good friend of Andrew Lloyd Webber called "Phantom of Manhattan".
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Postby Kris Doyle » Sat Jan 07, 2006 7:06 am

The Top Crusader wrote:
Elf of Rivendell wrote:O_O

Sequel to...Phantom of the Opera? Must...read.


There is also a sequel by a good friend of Andrew Lloyd Webber called "Phantom of Manhattan".


I didn't know that. That's totally, w00t0nly cool! \:D/
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Postby Jennifer Doyle » Sat Jan 07, 2006 12:42 pm

Hadn't heard about it until you mentioned it but it sounds very interesting.
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