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Join the Phantom, Christine and Raoul in this unabashedly romantic sequel to one of the best loved stories of all time!

This sequel to Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera begins just after Christine and Raoul leave the Phantom in his lair in the basement of the Opera House. After faking his own death to escape the Paris authorities, the Phantom sets out to find Christine again, eventually following her and Raoul to London. When a crazed maniac begins his killing spree not far from Christine's home, her life maybe in danger... In the ultimate test, will the Phantom put his life and his freedom at risk for his love?

And will Christine - desperate for song (which her husband, Raoul, has forbidden in his jealousy) - finally open her heart to the Phantom, as he desires?"

©2015 Davyne DeSye (P)2020 Davyne DeSye

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  • 01-20-21

Perfect for Phantom of the Opera lovers

Thank you to Davyne DeSye for providing me with a free audiobook in return for an honest review.
A really interesting sequel to the Phantom of The Opera book, written by Gaston Leroux.

As a huge Phantom of the Opera fan, this story really gave some closure to the fangirl in me. DeSye's writing is absolutely beautiful and very poetic. I found this a lot easier to sit through than the actual Phantom of the Opera audiobook which I refreshed my memory with before starting this book. I did feel that Christine, Raoul and Erik's characters were also extremely close to how they were originally written.

I really enjoyed seeing the return of both major and minor characters from the book, obviously we have Erik, Raoul and Christine; but it was also very refreshing to have the return of the Persian and even Madame Giry at points of the book.
The history nerd in me was also thrilled when Erik found himself stuck in a very well known British crime (trying to hard not to give any spoilers) that never even occurred to me happened in this same time period! I really loved this.

I've heard a few times before that authors should not narrate their own books. Davyne DeSye definitely proved that theory wrong. She delivered this story with all of the emotion that she had obviously always intended.

I'd definitely suggest this for fans of the book (read the book if you're a fan of the musical as there will be parts that confuse you).