Chanson de lAnge Book One (Chanson de lAnge, 1) review ☆ 3


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  1. says:

    So this was getting good reviews and I'm always up for Phantom books Then I got about 25 pages in and realizedshit It's based mostly on the movie The 2004 movie The 2004 movie with the GErik sunburn Since I like my phantoms middle aged and murdery I am not a fan of the 2004 movieThere are other issues with this book however First the writing feels unpolished and a little amateurish The most obvious example of this is the constan

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    Also posted on my blog at The Humble Book Nerdhttphumblebooknerdwordpresscom2FINALLY Years and years of patience have been rewarded I haven't even been waiting as long as some readers and certainly not as long as the author herself Ten years of love and labor are richly paid off Congratulations SwannieBook one sets the stage for what is bound to be an amazing journey into the world of The Phantom of the Opera One of the things I

  3. says:

    I just finished reading the Chanson de l'Ange series a few days ago and I was simply blown away I am not normally one to physically express emotions while reading a book but Paisley's books had me laughing smiling and crying in turns My heart skipped beats within my chest and then ached in despair depending upon the plight of the ch

  4. says:

    If I hadn't bought all three volumes I would be totally angry with myself right now The end of Orphan in Winter had me clamoring for and all I had to do was reach over for The Bleeding Rose Paisley's writing style draws the reader into the period and place of my favorite story She adds believable detailed depth to each character Her way of describing events scenery weather characters and clothing provides exuisite imag

  5. says:

    I don’t know how to rate this I appreciate the attention to detail when it comes to setting the scene as the story is mostly well researche

  6. says:

    I'm a Phan of course and devouring every piece of Phan fiction that I can It's fascinating to see each take of the classic tale I appreciate the author's note at the beginning of this book I think it rings true for many Phans; we felt odd left out at some point in life and thus feel sympathy for Erik or dream

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    A really beautiful re telling of the OG story This is the first part and takes place over seven years It follows Christine from the age of ten to seventeen I like the ethereal dark uality of her soul It matches to Erik ev

  8. says:

    I thought this book was brilliant She understood the characters and certainly did her research on them I cannot wait to read the second one

  9. says:

    Run – do not walk – to buy Paisley Swan Stewart’s Chanson de l’Ange a glorious opulent and sensitively written trilogy of novels that

  10. says:

    A Beloved Classic Comes to Life book 1Orphan In Winter by Paisley Swan Stewart is a beautifully written story based on The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux Ms Stewart's trilogy of novels is filled with rich description and wonderfully developed believable characters In book 1 we learn of the circumstances that brought

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Chanson de lAnge Book One (Chanson de lAnge, 1)

Chanson de l’Ange by Paisley Swan Stewart lAnge Book MOBI #183 is a volume epic retelling of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux Drawing inspiration from The Opera Ghost in all his incarnations through book and film and remaining faithful to key story element I just finished reading the Chanson de l Ange series a few days ago and I was simply blown away I am not normally one to physically express emotions while reading a book but Paisley s books had me laughing smiling and crying in turns My heart skipped beats within my chest and then ached in despair depending upon the plight of the characters Paisley has a writing style that is truly uniue and her own and her plot is believable Her re telling of the beloved tale of the Phantom of the Opera is by far one of my favorite ones ever now and I encourage any Phan to read it A word of caution though once you begin reading these books you won t want to put them down Many times I would reach a calming point in the book and then I would make the mistake of reading a snippet on a break at work only to be filled with longing to return to the pages throughout the rest of my work day That is how good and addicting these books are Although there is so much I could say in praise of this series I dare not say for fear of revealing elements that would spoil the story for readers who haven t read these books yet In a word they are PHANTASTIC and a must read for lovers of Phantom of the Opera Another note I also highly encourage readers of this series to purchase the accompanying Immortal Aria album that was inspired by these wonderful books The neoclassical style music is simply amazing and serves as a perfect backdrop to the scenes in the books It contains both instrumental and vocal pieces and the melodies are intoxicating Of course the vocals are astounding as well with their crystalline and velvety timbres Per the author s advice I listened to the first two songs of the album prior to reading the series and then indulged in the remaining tracks upon finishing it The album itself tells the story that the series does and I can envision each moment in the book within every strain of the powerful music on this album every time I listen to it

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S from the classic original the author weaves a haunting tale of Christine Daae’s companionship with the mysterious Angel of Chanson de PDF Music Book One Orphan in Winter opens with the tragic death of ten year old Christine Daae’s father ushering in dramatic ch If I hadn t bought all three volumes I would be totally angry with myself right now The end of Orphan in Winter had me clamoring for and all I had to do was reach over for The Bleeding Rose Paisley s writing style draws the reader into the period and place of my favorite story She adds believable detailed depth to each character Her way of describing events scenery weather characters and clothing provides exuisite imagery I liked the intermittent pieces of backstory for the main characters a little snippet at the appropriate time As a pipe organ enthusiast one of my favorite parts was Erik s first encounter with this glorious instrument Volume II here I come Di The Coquette and the Boarding School right now The end of Orphan in Winter had me clamoring for and all I had to do was Imagimorphia reach over for The Bleeding Rose Paisley s writing style draws the The Book of Beginnings reader into the period and place of my favorite story She adds believable detailed depth to each character Her way of describing events scenery weather characters and clothing provides exuisite imagery I liked the intermittent pieces of backstory for the main characters a little snippet at the appropriate time As a pipe organ enthusiast one of my favorite parts was Erik s first encounter with this glorious instrument Volume II here I come Di

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Anges when she is left in the care of Madame Louise Giry Christine makes her new home in the The Paris Opera’s conservatory where she encounters a bohemian world of singers and dancers and where she is visited by the unseen Angel de lAnge Book Kindle #207 of Music Run do not walk to buy Paisley Swan Stewart s Chanson de l Ange a glorious opulent and sensitively written trilogy of novels that transports the reader back to 19th century Paris its famous opera house and the even famous phantom that haunts its depths A wholly original reimagining of Gaston Leroux s The Phantom of the Opera 1909 1910 Stewart s three novels simultaneously remain faithful to Leroux s core elements while reworking and deepening the characterizations of such well known figures as Erik the Phantom Christine Daa Raoul de Chagny Mme Giry and her daughter Meg in ways that fans of both the Leroux novel and much recent film and theatrical adaptations will appreciate and find riveting Stewart also strikes out in new directions of her own particularly in the final volume while still remaining faithful to the spirit and beauty of the original tale and her own retelling of it As something of a Phantom devot e in all its incarnations I was riveted from the first page of Orphan in Winter to the last page of The Angel s SongStewart s trilogy has been years in the making with Books One and Two debuting in earlier editions I had sped read my way through the original editions happy to learn of Christine s and Erik s earlier histories their separate experiences at the Paris Opera their original meeting when she was a child and his training of her exuisite voice as well as to watch the powerful dark bond between Christine and Erik grow during Christine s maturation from child to young woman in Orphan in Winter Riveted I saw their relationship develop further in The Bleeding Rose and witnessed the inexorable influences in their different lives and their emotional wounds at once drawing them together in powerful ways and coming between them to the point that tragedy seemed inevitable To say that the second volume ends on a cliffhanger would be putting it mildly I remained on metaphorical tenterhooks for a good three years before the appearance of Book Three The Angel s Song in October 2013 and I was not disappointed Except that I did not want the series to end and thus deliberately took my time reading the third installment I devoured the final book as eagerly as I did the first two Without divulging any spoilers I can say that Stewart spins perhaps the richest part of her three part tale here The Angel s Song respects the arc of the story that she has spun in Books One and Two while developing the narrative in deeply moving ways that do justice to the complexity of her characters their fates and the fascination that readers have for Erik Christine and Raoul and others Stewart is particularly gifted at establishing a sense of place and time one longs to walk the boulevards of Paris that she describes as well as to explore the nooks and crannies of Erik s underground lair made eerily beautiful by his celestial music candlelight and the eclectic mix of treasures he has accumulated during his lonely life She also excels as establishing multiple points of view without confusion so that all of the major characters in her tale are rendered three dimensionally allowing the reader to identify with and appreciate their respective struggles Perhaps most importantly she successfully builds establishes and deepens the relationship among Erik Christine and Raoul that has captured the imagination of readers for over 100 years Each volume of the trilogy reduced me to tears and exhorted me to joy in ways that no other version of Phantom hasUntil now perhaps the most respected retelling of Leroux s The Phantom of the Opera has been Susan Kay s Phantom 1991 which is indeed a wonderful tale However with all due respect to Ms Kay it s time to make room on your bookshelf for Paisley Swan Stewart s Chanson de l Ange trilogy this century s logical and worthy successor and an exceptional and moving read Princess to Pleasure Slave Chronicles (Book Three): Lusty Prey of the Huntress (English Edition) reader back to 19th century Paris its famous opera house and the even famous phantom that haunts its depths A wholly original Factory of Death reimagining of Gaston Leroux s The Phantom of the Opera 1909 1910 Stewart s three novels simultaneously Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years, remain faithful to Leroux s core elements while Rapid Math Without A Calculator reworking and deepening the characterizations of such well known figures as Erik the Phantom Christine Daa Raoul de Chagny Mme Giry and her daughter Meg in ways that fans of both the Leroux novel and much Almost Late for School recent film and theatrical adaptations will appreciate and find Seduced by My Doms (The Doms of Genesis, riveting Stewart also strikes out in new directions of her own particularly in the final volume while still The Certainty of Violet and Luke (Volume 5) remaining faithful to the spirit and beauty of the original tale and her own Kane Richards Must Die retelling of it As something of a Phantom devot e in all its incarnations I was Astaroth et Bernadette riveted from the first page of Orphan in Winter to the last page of The Angel s SongStewart s trilogy has been years in the making with Books One and Two debuting in earlier editions I had sped M-am săturat să fiu prost read my way through the original editions happy to learn of Christine s and Erik s earlier histories their separate experiences at the Paris Opera their original meeting when she was a child and his training of her exuisite voice as well as to watch the powerful dark bond between Christine and Erik grow during Christine s maturation from child to young woman in Orphan in Winter Riveted I saw their Love in the Light (Hearts in Darkness, relationship develop further in The Bleeding Rose and witnessed the inexorable influences in their different lives and their emotional wounds at once drawing them together in powerful ways and coming between them to the point that tragedy seemed inevitable To say that the second volume ends on a cliffhanger would be putting it mildly I The Art of DOOM: Eternal remained on metaphorical tenterhooks for a good three years before the appearance of Book Three The Angel s Song in October 2013 and I was not disappointed Except that I did not want the series to end and thus deliberately took my time The Protestant Temperament reading the third installment I devoured the final book as eagerly as I did the first two Without divulging any spoilers I can say that Stewart spins perhaps the Some Kind of Wonderful richest part of her three part tale here The Angel s Song Cabin 28 respects the arc of the story that she has spun in Books One and Two while developing the narrative in deeply moving ways that do justice to the complexity of her characters their fates and the fascination that Life Reset: EvP (Environment vs. Player): New Era Online Series, Book 2 readers have for Erik Christine and Raoul and others Stewart is particularly gifted at establishing a sense of place and time one longs to walk the boulevards of Paris that she describes as well as to explore the nooks and crannies of Erik s underground lair made eerily beautiful by his celestial music candlelight and the eclectic mix of treasures he has accumulated during his lonely life She also excels as establishing multiple points of view without confusion so that all of the major characters in her tale are সোনালী দিন যায় rendered three dimensionally allowing the Native Son reader to identify with and appreciate their Vampir Broken Heart (Broken Heart, respective struggles Perhaps most importantly she successfully builds establishes and deepens the C++ Primer Plus relationship among Erik Christine and Raoul that has captured the imagination of Murder In Elysium readers for over 100 years Each volume of the trilogy Snips, Snails, and Dragon Tales (The Order of the Stick, reduced me to tears and exhorted me to joy in ways that no other version of Phantom hasUntil now perhaps the most Baby Faces respected Kinky Mom retelling of Leroux s The Phantom of the Opera has been Susan Kay s Phantom 1991 which is indeed a wonderful tale However with all due Solution Manual for Organic Chemistry respect to Ms Kay it s time to make Finding Home (Rollin On, room on your bookshelf for Paisley Swan Stewart s Chanson de l Ange trilogy this century s logical and worthy successor and an exceptional and moving Bianco Rosso E Veronelli read

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  • Chanson de lAnge Book One (Chanson de lAnge, 1)
  • Paisley Swan Stewart
  • English
  • 10 April 2017
  • 9781617521416

About the Author: Paisley Swan Stewart

Inspired by her favorite author CS Lewis lAnge Book MOBI · Paisley Swan Stewart describes herself as a person of magical thinking She spent her youth performing in musical theater and studying classical voice She began writing songs and poetry in her early teens and is an accomplished colored pencil artist who once sold her artwork through her family owned and operated gift shop gallery Paisley Chanson de PDF \ notes that her writing is often influenced by her personal faith in Jesus Christ and her diverse artistic interestsPaisley and her husband of years reside in a modest home in the beautiful Pacific NW When not busy with home improvements the couple enjoy spending time with their closest friends and taking walks in their favorite local park Between them they have de lAnge Book Kindle Ï grown sons and grandchildren Paisley and her husband are currently making the most of his retirement by landscaping their property and by enjoying the many doves hummingbirds wild birds and suirrels that visit their yardAn avid fan of social networking in the winter of Paisley began regularly communicating with her readers Nestled with a laptop in her comfortable chair on any given day Paisley continues her outreach to fans and friends as she plots the intricacies of her next novel.