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Phantom Paperback – March 30, 2012
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I really, really enjoyed Phantom! I'm a big The Phantom of the Opera fan, so I was immediately drawn to this book.
Rebecca is the kind of girl who's usually in the background, but when her school puts on a production of The Phantom of the Opera she knows she has to audition for the role of Christine. When the new Goth guy auditions, he is the clear choice for the Phantom. Then Becca attracts the attentions of both Tom, the popular basketball player, and Lord Justyn, the Goth boy that seems to embody the soul of the Phantom perfectly. When someone starts to leave threatening messages and phonecalls for Becca, and people are getting hurt, Becca has to decide who she can trust.
I loved Justyn! Like, where was he when I was at school?! He's very secure in who he is, he doesn't care if ignorant people have negative opinions about him. He's very passionate and determined. The way he quotes The Phantom of the Opera, and acts like an old-world gentleman had me swooning.
Becca was really likable, she's the shy girl with the amazing voice who starts to break out of her shell when she gets the part of Christine. Tom, the popular guy she's had a crush on, starts paying attention to her and it's like every teenage girl's fantasy. Then she feels herself drawn to the mysterious Lord Justyn, and is torn between the two guys. I wish that Becca had a bit more spine in some parts of the book. I could understand why she's torn between Justyn and Tom, although for me it was always an obvious choice- Justyn! She's also scared and confused by the threatening calls and messages she receives.
I really enjoyed the snippets of information about Wicca, it's something I've always been intrigued about.Read more ›
First, don't be thrown off by the cover. The 3 characters are very Sims like and there is more to this book than this cover depicts. It is much deeper and you will find yourself completely engrossed in this modern day version of Phantom!
This is my third Laura DeLuca book and what I can tell you about Laura is that you can tell that she really loves creating her characters. Each character in Phantom is important to the story and all very well rounded. I wonder if she has a back story for each one! I wouldn't be surprised.
Rebecca is like every one of us in high school. She has a few friends. She longs for the popular boy but he is so far out of reach. Her talent as a singer would probably have gone unnoticed if the school wasn't looking to cast the roles of her absolute favorite play Phantom of the Opera. Overcoming her shyness and nerves she sings the songs that she knows by heart and wins the lead role of Christine. While she has been dying to be on popular boy Tom's radar forever, she is now drawn to new guy, Justyn who wins the lead of the Phantom. With Tom and Justyn vying for her attention and affection, Rebecca finds her life paralleling Christine's.
People are dying, accidents at every corner and Rebecca is living the role she obsessed over.
What a great read it made me long to see Phantom of the Opera again.
This was a mystery, love story, and musical all tied into one! There were so many quotes from the play, the songs, the words of the lovelorn Phantom and his obsession with Christine are throughout the book. Laura must be a BIG fan of Phantom!
Also, kudos to Laura, it wasn't until I was 85% through the book that I finally realized who the villain was. Whenever I thought I had it figured out, I didn't. If you read it and knew before that, I would love to hear from you.
Great young adult book!
the line between art and life blurs and evolves into something threatening and violent for a group of teenagers involved in Phantom, a high school play. something or someone is lurking in the shadows and Rebecca Hope's life is put in terrible danger as she performs the role of Christine Daae.
weaving together suspense and teen romance, author Laura DeLuca's novel is a worthy addition to the lore of the Opera Ghost. the writer's passion for and knowledge of Gaston Leroux 's masterpiece is evident in the storyline and she gives it a refreshing and unique contemporary twist.
the characters are well fleshed out and the dialogues brim with wit, humor and teenage angst. i was more than impressed to find within the pages bits and pieces of original lyrics penned by the author which even Andrew Weber and his lyricists would be proud of.
the novel is also a fast-paced read. there was never a dull moment and the denouement was both chilling and unexpected.
anyone familiar with The Phantom of the Opera will delight in this story and anyone who is not will still be mesmerized by it.
Disclosure of Material Connection: i received a copy of Phantom. i did not receive any payment in exchange for this review nor was i obligated to write a positive one. all opinions expressed here are entirely my own and may not necessarily agree with those of the author, the book's publisher and publicist or the readers of this review. this disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
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As a big fan of the Phantom of the Opera, I’ve been wanting to read this since I first heard it was published and finally got to it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by CP
From the start, this story drew me in. The heroine's obsession with "The Phantom of the Opera" was one to which I could relate, and her strength to audition for the musical... Read morePublished 13 months ago by P. M.
I wasn't sure if I was going to enjoy this book or not... my mother and I share a Kindle account she saw it and sent it to me... I am a big Phantom of the Opera fan! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Celticstorm76
Teenager Rebecca has always loved the Phantom of the Opera. She loves the book, the musical, the movie, and everything about it. She sings it in the shower. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sheila Deeth
This was a really, really good book. I wasn't sure who the phantom was until the end. Justyn was such a great guy. Tom was your typical high schooler. Read morePublished on January 31, 2014 by Angie
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