Journey of the Mask

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The Phantom Of The Opera died, alone and heartbroken, in 1882...or did he? Journey Of The Mask is the amazing story of what really happened to him.

Francois rose slowly and pointed the wet end of his cigar in my direction. "I'm telling you..."

My fuse had been burned to the bottom. I lunged at him, grabbing a handful of his coat with my left hand and setting my right forearm hard across his miserable fat throat. I slammed him back against the ...

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Overview

The Phantom Of The Opera died, alone and heartbroken, in 1882...or did he? Journey Of The Mask is the amazing story of what really happened to him.

Francois rose slowly and pointed the wet end of his cigar in my direction. "I'm telling you..."

My fuse had been burned to the bottom. I lunged at him, grabbing a handful of his coat with my left hand and setting my right forearm hard across his miserable fat throat. I slammed him back against the wall as beads of sweat began to pop out on his face. The few dingy portraits jumped on their hangers. The offensive cigar fell to the floor and glowed, threatening to ignite the ancient, shredded carpeting.

"You will tell me nothing!" I snarled into his face. I had my own plans for bringing this disastrous situation to closure.

Erik, the former Phantom Of The Opera, has given up his cellars and malicious games in favor of one last, desperate attempt to find the acceptance he has always sought and never found. No longer alone and with an unfamiliar sensitivity struggling to surface, his efforts to rejoin life above the ground appear outwardly successful until his own past threatens to throw him once more into the fires of hell. His journey to the edge of that hell and back, twisted and strewn with obstacles, tests him in ways he could never have anticipated.

"I would finally be rewarded for all the years of humiliation and degradation that I had suffered. No one would stand in my way!"

No one...but Erik himself.

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Sabra Brown Steinsiek
In Journey of the Mask, Nancy Hill Pettengill gives the reader a definitive, convincing, and highly satisfying answer when she tells the story of what really happened to the infamous Phantom of the Opera. Richly detailed and colorfully drawn, Journey of the Mask will enthrall Phantom fans and delight the heart of anyone seeking a story of sacrifice, triumph, and true love. (Sabra Brown Steinsiek, author of Timing Is Everything)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595124848
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/22/2000
  • Pages: 420
  • Product dimensions: 6.24 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 0.99 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2006

    Awesome

    This book was great and very believable. Although sometimes I didnt agree with happenings in the plot. A very good read for Phantom phans.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2006

    Phantastic!

    I enjoyed this novel immensely...It may be somewhat far-fetched at times, but the way in which Erik's character developes is indeed worth the while. I highly recommend it to any Phantom Phan!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2005

    Very Good...Impressed

    Not as good as Susan Kay's novel, but a VERY worthy read. Interesting thought processes. I don't agree with EVERY twist and turn, but the author made it work and this is a very valuable book in my collection. It stands right up against my rare 'Phantom' and always will. It has earned a place of honor in my library.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2001

    A Believable Sequel

    On a par with Susan Kay's Phantom novel, this is a wonderful and believable continuation of the fascinating love story of Erik and Christine. I could not put it down and yet, I did not want the book to end. A must-read for all Phantom fans.

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