The Phantom Of Paris

The Phantom Of Paris

by Gwenith M. Vehlow

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ISBN-13: 9781592867196
Publisher: Publish America
Publication date: 07/28/2003
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 0.44(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

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The Phantom Of Paris 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't understand this book. Why did Erik turn into such a softy? The book just sort of died after Eriks 'near death experience'. Erik and Christine talk to each other like a couple of teenagers. I read this after Phantom by Susan Kay (while hard to find, its definately the better choice), and after such a beautiful book, this was definately a let down. I'm sorry to say, but the Simpson's do a better job with His story then GV did. I'm sorry. I know that its incredibly hard to write anything more than 13 pages when you are under 20 years old. I've tried. She should probably stick to children books. I mean, come on, a PILLOW fight?!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this right after I finished Phantom, the masterpiece by Susan Kay. I didn't even finish it. I stopped at page 77 because I couldn't stand the pain any longer. The facts were all wrong and Raoul all of a sudden hated music, and became really mean, and only wanted Christine as a trophy wife. Plus she gave Erik a last name a horrible last name: Edelmann. Gwenith, take my advice and stop writing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can tell you I HAVE met the Author and she is one of the brightest, most passionate person I have ever met. This book is the best sequel ever written(if there are many more) to the original Phantom of the Opera.
Guest More than 1 year ago

I have read every book published that is even remotely involving Erik, and this is by far the worst and a complete waste of time.

The author didn't even come close to making the characters believable or lovable or true to life. Her writing is sophomoric at best, and worst of all, from cover to cover, there is NO passion. How can you have a story about Erik and Christine with no passion??? Their relationship is completely platonic, it's painful! The only proof of love between them is the conception of a child, which must have been an 'immaculate conception' considering the only physical contact they have is a pillow fight!!! Yeah, ERIK in a giggling pillow fight!

The only good point? It is only 185 pages and is so simply written that it is easy to get through it quickly. I made it through out of pure curiosity and it only took about an hour.

I'm nowhere near perfect and don't claim to be, but I wrote better when I was in elementary school. This author only being 17 is no excuse, the book simply shouldn't have been published.

It reminds me of a children's book, and at best should be described as a child's attempt at a 'grown-up' story. It is an insult to Erik's memory, plain and simple.

Guest More than 1 year ago
I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a suspenseful story combined with words that make the loving, caring relationships of the book seem so very real! As I read it, I felt I was in the story rather than simply reading it. I completed it in one day as I found myself intrigued by the various twists and turns it took. I was always looking and hoping for a certain outcome. I was tempted to turn to the last few pages to know the ending but refrained from doing that as I found it more enticing to enjoy the story as it unfolded.