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Vicki Hopkins talks about her much unanticipated novel to add to the hundreds of other Bücher continuing the story of The Phantom of the Opera. Just what we need - another sequel.
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Das Phantom der Oper
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THE MAN BEHIND THE MASK

Over the past two weeks, six girls have been reported missing, all with a link - a lone, scarlet rose, left at their front door the Tag after they vanished. Yet this sinister case has one too many connections with another frightening tale. The Phantom Of the Opera, the tale of Erik, an elusive inventor on the brink of madness and genius. The legendary myth tells that he haunted the ground beneath the Paris Opera House, gradually convincing Christine Daee, an innocent chorus girl that he is an Angel – Jäger der Finsternis her dead father sent her. The Phantom left a single rose for the girl...
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Curiosity Kills

This was written for the Featuring Luciana challenge. The challenge: Write a oneshot story describing Luciana's thoughs on Erik, shortly before her death.

“I want Du to take off the mask. Please take off the mask.”

    I am standing in front of Erik, begging him to remove the mask that hides his face from me. I want to know his face, to see him.

    “You must excuse me, mademoiselle. I have work to finish.”

    The nerve of him! “I will not excuse you! Du don’t have work to finish! I want Du to take off...
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What Annoys Me About The Phantom of Manhattan Von Frederick Forsyth

All of the Leroux-bashing:

In the Preface, Forsyth repeatedly points out errors in Leroux’s novel, most of which are trivial and pointless (OMG! He sagte the chandelier was heavier than it really was! Shun Leroux!). And he keeps pointing out how Andrew Lloyd Webber “fixed” the errors, which brings me to…


Treating Andrew Lloyd Webber’s version like its perfect and the only “right” one:

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stage Zeigen isn’t perfect. That being said, some parts of it were better in his version than in Leroux’s,...
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