Phantom's Legacyby Lucilla Epps
1919. A single red rose, a black ribbon
Paris, 1871. In the aftermath of the Great Disaster, as the city reels from the horror of dark deeds, Erik, the Phantom of the Opera, flees pursuit and his own demons, seeking a path toward redemption from his many crimes. Through a chance encounter in a blood-spattered alleyway, his course is set and his life changed.forever.
1919. A single red rose, a black ribbon, and a ring left beside a cold, lonely grave. A bereaved husband recognizes these tokens left by his wife's ghostly suitor of long ago, and shows neither surprise nor anger, only profound sadness.
Now the entire story of the long years between madness and mourning is revealed. Drawing on period detail, Lucilla Epps has woven the lives of the Opera Ghost, Christine, Raoul, Meg, Carlotta, and other beloved characters of 'Phantom of the Opera' into a rich, complex tale of tumultuous times, creating a tapestry of fear, love, war, and ultimately, hope.
'Phantom's Legacy' is a novel that fans of the great romantic book, films and musical have waited for. It resolves many of the questions previously unanswered. Learn, in the Phantom's own words, the truth.
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This is not a book i take seriously as a sequal to my favorite story. On the contrary it feels more like a cheesy fan fiction written to satisfy some fans dream of seeing the Phantom and Meg fall in love. Many aspects of this book ruin the classic characters. I LOVE the Phantombut if this book is to be taken seriously then i loose a lot of respect for him. There are even a few pages missing that are just blank and when contimuing tothe next page you find yourself lost. The book ridicules Christine for making a choice that, lets face is,any sane person would make. Iam totally the girl who dreams of Christine choosing Erik rather than Raoul for more reasons than one but i domtblame her for her choice. In reality most girls would take wealthy boy her age over a murderous half crazy man who is at ,east twenty years older than she. I dont have much repect fir this book. It is entertaining and amusing but i feel betrayed by my beloved Phantom for the actioms and person,ity this author has given nim. read PHANTOM BY SUSAN KAY if you want a truly worthy Phantom of the Opera story.
Every Phantom phan should read this book! Its soo good!
Hard to follow if not really familar with the original story.