Phantom Dark Musicals #1 review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB

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The “Phantom” was a musical phenomenon that Rebecca had always found enchanting She had no idea that her life was about to mirror the play that was her obsession When her high school drama club chooses “Phantom” as their annual production Rebecca finds Phantom Dark eBook #10003 herself in the middle of an unlikely love triangle and the target of a sadistic stalker who uses the lines from the play as their calling cardRebecca land A perfect case of too little too late I guess I m sure if I read this in high school or even at the beginning of colledge I would really like it Unfortunatly this book just got lost somewhere on my shelves and I couldn t get to it in time to enjoy it Too bad really cause I really like The Phantom of the Opera the musical Oh yeah and I knew who the killer was from the very beginning like the first 10 pages so yeah That was dissapointingOver and out

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Phantom Dark Musicals #1

Ike accidents until Rebecca receives notes and phone calls that hint at something sinister Is Justyn bringing to life the twisted character of the phantom Or in real life are the roles of the hero and the villain reversed Rebecca doesn’t know who to trust but she knows she’s running out of time as she gets closer and closer to opening night Only when the mask is stripped away will the twenty first century phantom finally be revealed I have never read The Phantom Of The Opera many of my friends said it was good but I never gave it the chance After reading this book I am definitely going to read The Phantom of The Opera I cannot begin to describe this book it s a mix between horribly beautiful and magically creative Rebecca s obsession was always the musical Phantom of The Opera when her high school chooses the Phantom as their annual production she jumps at the chance With her exotic voice she gets to play the role of the heroine Christine who is caught between the darkly seductive Phantom and the rich lord who are both in love with her What Rebecca didn t know is that her life was about to mirror the famous play She is caught between the two boys the mysterious seductive Gothic Justyn and the All American jockTom What s Someone is turning the scenes from Phantom into reality and is using verses from the musical to threaten Rebecca It could have been a joke but people are ending up dead in Phantom style Can Rebecca stop the series of deaths Can she find out who is threatening her And who willl che choose Tom or Justyn Find out much when you read this terrifying ground breaking read Phantom I liked this book very much Laura Deluca took the original idea of the play She twisted and turned the idea like an elastic band to produce this electrifying version of The Phantom I have to say that the characters are all very typical some of them are even one dimensional Like I don t know anything about Rebecca s life outside the school She doesn t speak about her parents her house nor anything else outside of the play and the rehearsals and her two love interests The story is uniue and the writing style of the author is organized I liked it This book is really terrifying and horrible in a good way The end is really scary and the phantom will end up being someone you haven t expected AT ALL Although this book won t make it to my top favorite books it is still a wonderful addition to my reading list you better try this or you re missing out

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S the lead role of Christine the opera diva and like her character she is torn between her two co stars Tom the surfer and basketball star who plays the lovable hero and Justyn the strangely appealing Goth who is than realistic in the role of the tortured artistAlmost immediately after casting strange things start to happen both on and off the stage Curtains fall Mirrors are shattered People are hurt in true phantom style They all seem l Lisa s review of Phantom By Laura DeLucaI received a copy of Phantom by Laura DeLuca in exchange for an honest review First off I have to say that I have fallen in love with Laura s books I started my journey with her with Destiny and Destiny Unveiled they were absolutely fabulous Her flow through her books are seamless and effortless it is so hard to put them down she captures your attention on page 1 Her covers on the books are spectacular and engaging She builds each of her characters in a three dimensional light In Phantom she brings the love of a classical book play and musical into this century The Phantom Of The Opera I have been living under a big rock for so long that I knew what the story was about but have never read or saw it before she gave me the desire to do just that She placed intrigue into her storyline where you don t truly know who the real phantom is until the end and even then you are saying out loud No Way Laura has you routing for Becca and Justyn to get together because they bring such magic to the pages I really recommend that you go out and get her books Try Destiny and Destiny Unveiled then Phantom The next book in the Phantom series is Demon and that is soon coming Laura also has Morrigan coming soon and I can t wait Thank you Laura for such a intense and amazing reading experience


10 thoughts on “Phantom Dark Musicals #1

  1. says:

    I went through a stage of my life right before college where I was absolutely obsessed with Phantom of the Opera It started with the movie that had Gerard Butler as the Phantom which led to reading the original novel then Phantom by Susan Kay and eventually having the pleasure of watching the musical on Broadway a couple of timesI w

  2. says:

    Not only does this supposedly 'edited' book purported by Rosa Sophia use full stops instead of commas for dialogue punctuation it can't even get the name of the musical or the name of the composer correctThere's a uote supposedly taken from the 1986 musical The Phantom of the Opera at the beginning of the bookClose your eyes for your eyes can only tell the truthand the truth isn't what you want to seeIn the dark it is e

  3. says:

    A perfect case of too little too late I guess I'm sure if I read this in high school or even at the beginning of colledge I would really like it Unfortunatly this book just got lost somewhere on my shelves and I couldn't get to it in time to enjoy it Too bad really 'cause I really like The Phantom of the Opera the music

  4. says:

    Lisa's review of Phantom By Laura DeLucaI received a copy of Phantom by Laura DeLuca in exchange for an honest review  First off  I have to say that I have fallen in love with Laura's books  I started my journey with her with Destiny and Destiny Unveiled they were absolutely fabulous  Her flow through her books are seamless a

  5. says:

    The Phantom of the Opera is hands down not only one of my absolute favorite books but also movie Especially since Gerard Butler plays Phantom and plays But I admit that reading the book or watching the movie fills me with a sadness and hollows out a place in my heart Why must the phantom forever be shunned by Christine Why can't in one reproduction or version can't Christine run away with the Phantom It is a longing t

  6. says:

    Oh my wow I don't know where to start but first I have to write that I Seriously loved this story It really is set in high school and a lot of seniors play some major parts in the upcoming school production of Phantom including the ever reserved Rebecca Hope She has a stunning voice though and two different and I mean di

  7. says:

    I have never read The Phantom Of The Opera many of my friends said it was good but I never gave it the chance After reading this boo

  8. says:

    The 411 by Maria First don't be thrown off by the cover The 3 characters are very Sims like and there is to this book than this cover depicts It is much deeper and you will find yourself completely engrossed in this modern

  9. says:

    I love The Phantom of the Opera but not as much as the heroine of our story Rebecca does Rebecca has seen the play a ton of times read the book countless times and seen every single movie version ever made When her school’s drama department decides to do Phantom of the Opera Rebecca knows that she has to be part of it – and spurred on by the encouragement of her besties Carmen and Deb she tries out To her

  10. says:

    WOW There were so many different ways this book could have ended because there were so many different people that could have done this WOW Loved this book I had seen the Phantom of the Opera way back when I was a little kid I didn't know much of what was going on at the time but after reading this book I think I may want to read

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