From Christian romance author, Kayla Lowe, comes a collection of poems inspired by the classic tale of The Phantom of the Opera. Originally published by Gaston Leroux in 1909 and then later transformed into the Broadway award-winning musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the tragic story of the disfigured musical genius who lived in the bowels of the Palais Garnier has captivated audiences for more than a century.
Never before has anyone published a book of poetry pertaining exclusively to the love triangle that existed between the Phantom, his ingenue (Christine Daae), and her vicomte (Raoul de Chagny). This poetry collection consists of three chapbooks that explore these characters from a poetic standpoint. Divided into three parts, this collection features more than 100 poems that take readers on a dramatic journey to the past and into the infamous Phantom’s lair where passion, obsession, music, love, and artifice reign.
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About the Author
Kayla Lowe has always held a passion for the written arts and has been writing sporadically from an early age. At age 15, she was among the youngest of Tennessee students to ever attend Tennessee's Governor’s School for the Humanities, and at age 16, she began writing her first novel, the Christian romance, Maiden’s Blush. An avid reader herself, she enjoys novels about the Phantom of the Opera as well as historical romance. Kayla has been a freelance writer since 2007, and she was awarded recognition for being one of the "Top 100 Writers on Yahoo! Voices" in 2011. In 2017, she became an editor and hobbyist blogger.