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Letters to Erik: The Ghost's Love Story I didn t even finish this bookand I never do that It was silly and poorly written Would never recommend it to anyone. I loved this book It had everything I enjoy in a good romance and historical, and a satisfying conclusion to Erik s story and Christine s The letter writing portion was well done and poignant, and at some parts I cried for both of them I also enjoyed how the Persian was givenof a role here and the twist at the end was brilliant I d recommend this to anyone who loves Phantom and wanted to know what happens next or is that all I loved, loved, loved this book So far it has to be one of my favorite Phantom spin offs that I have read so far next to Deception A Phantom of the Opera Novel The book pick up almost straight after the original novel when Christine begins to write Erik letters thinking that he is dead Through the letters we see Christine disappointment with her married life and how thing are turning out much differently from how she thought they would We also see how through the letters Christine works I loved, loved, loved this book So far it has to be one of my favorite Phantom spin offs that I have read so far next to Deception A Phantom of the Opera Novel The book pick up almost straight after the original novel when Christine begins to write Erik letters thinking that he is dead Through the letters we see Christine disappointment with her married life and how thing are turning out much differently from how she thought they would We also see how through the letters Christine works through the differences between Raoul and Erik ultimitley discovering where her heart truly lies sighs we could have told her that The span of the letters covers five years of seperation between Erik and Christine before the story picks up in third person narrative when Christine has returned to Paris with her son after the death of Raoul who by the way is a big jerk for the purpose of this story and I cheered when he conveniantly died Christine thinking of course that Erik is dead visits his grave and leaves the letters she has written throughout the years there Erik of course witnesses all of the and reads the letters And so begins the story I liked this book mainly because of it being believable Erik and Christine s realtionship does not become easy there are misunderstandings between them that cause arguments just like any normal couple And there is also this majorly huge turn in events as well Yip absilutely one of my new favourites Oh and did I mention that I kind of love the front cover as well Not a bad book, It was certainly readable and in many ways enjoyable It starts with Raoul and Christine living in Sweden, where she is not happy, and so she begins to write letters to Erik in a special box he gave her Perhaps it was maturity waking up, or Raoul not being her real Prince They go back to Paris for a visit where thinks begin to happen It has a happier ending than some Phantom books Actually give it 3.5 stars. What can I say I fell in love I loved how Ms Wallace took the story where Gaston Leroux s left it in the orginal novel Erik told Christine to leave with Raoul but to wait for a notice in the journal so she could come and take care of his body.Christine grows up in this book She realises how bad she has treated Erik and that she should have stayed with him She is married to Raoul and is not happy in her marriage She writes him letter that she keeps in a jewelry box he made for her She le What can I say I fell in love I loved how Ms Wallace took the story where Gaston Leroux s left it in the orginal novel Erik told Christine to leave with Raoul but to wait for a notice in the journal so she could come and take care of his body.Christine grows up in this book She realises how bad she has treated Erik and that she should have stayed with him She is married to Raoul and is not happy in her marriage She writes him letter that she keeps in a jewelry box he made for her She leaves Sweden while Raoul is back in the French navy Then she hears Raoul died She remains in Paris and starts giving lessons at the Opera House Christine decides to move on and finds the Persian He leads her to Erik s grave, where she leaves there letters.The Persian has lied to Christine Erik is still alive Erik, on his side, has changed too He shows himself to Christine and from there, you can guess the rest You can still find the Erik from Leroux s novel buthuman and you can t help but fall in love with him evenThere are a lot of firsts for Erik in this book and it s always exciting to knowI ve read this book in 2 days I just had so many troubles to put it down I was so tempted to read it at work as well.Entertaining story and hopefully Ms Wallace will writeabout our beloved Phantom This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here While skimming through the many stories based off of Phantom of the Opera and generally feeling horrified at the content , I found this book and decided that, since it had 20 positive reviews 19 of which were 5 stars on , it might be worth checking out.Wow was I right It s the first sequel to Phantom that I actually really enjoyed and felt like it wasn t too off base First, it was based solely on the original novel, picking up where Leroux left off Yes, Erik was supposed to have While skimming through the many stories based off of Phantom of the Opera and generally feeling horrified at the content , I found this book and decided that, since it had 20 positive reviews 19 of which were 5 stars on , it might be worth checking out.Wow was I right It s the first sequel to Phantom that I actually really enjoyed and felt like it wasn t too off base First, it was based solely on the original novel, picking up where Leroux left off Yes, Erik was supposed to have died, but Leroux did leave that ending fairly open to interpretation Putting Erik is dead in a paper doesn t mean he was, well, actually dead And from this launching point, the author spins a tale that was very interesting and a lot of fun to read The story begins with Christine s and Raoul s fleeing to her native Sweden to get married and live our their lives something obviously hinted at in the last pages of Leroux s novel Christine has recently gone back to the cellars of the Paris Opera to bury Erik as promised, but the Persian is there and told her he has already buried Erik Unable to fulfill her promise, she departs with Raoul as planned.Christine begins writing letters to Erik, detailing her life with Raoul, both the disappointments and the joys The only complaint I read about this book was that Raoul turns into something people don t like But I could see some of this happening Raoul does not turn into some raging abusive alcoholic or anything You see a bit of his jealous streak strong in the Leroux, I would say as Christine begins to liveandin the past He grows cold and a bit distant, tries to be the proper nobleman even though they are living in what is essentially a peasant village Christine becomes terribly lonely and unhappy, withdraws from Raoul as he withdraws from her In the end, Raoul leaves on an expedition with the Navy and Christine returns to Paris Raoul is conveniently offed in an accident and so leaves the opening for Erik, who is, of course, actually not dead.I was a bit worried that the author jumped the shark a bit as all this happens in the first quarter of the book But the remainder Erik s and Christine s courtship, along with Erik s search for who he is and what his last name is a surprising twist here, but I won t say what it is , is quite charming You get to see the old cast of characters, from the Persian to Madame and Meg Giry, Sorelli, and even the managers So it s great fun to see how they re all doing 5 years after the end of the original novel.The Epilogue of the book I thought was very well done and brought the entire thing full circle in a way I smiled at the end, which was a nice feeling.I do recommend this to people who know and love the original Phantom of the Opera story It s an enjoyable, quick read This is a pretty good book It is not the best sequel to The Phantom of the Opera that I have read However, it is a long stretch from begin the worst This book is a sequel to the actual book that Gaston Leroux wrote, and it stays very true to what happened during that novel So, if you are lookingof a sequel to the movie musical then I suggest reading The Phantom Returns by Stefanie Cole which is very good This book begins very slowly with only Christine writing letters to Erik who This is a pretty good book It is not the best sequel to The Phantom of the Opera that I have read However, it is a long stretch from begin the worst This book is a sequel to the actual book that Gaston Leroux wrote, and it stays very true to what happened during that novel So, if you are lookingof a sequel to the movie musical then I suggest reading The Phantom Returns by Stefanie Cole which is very good This book begins very slowly with only Christine writing letters to Erik who she thinks dead The letters, while informative, are actually pretty boring It gradually gets better with only some slow parts here and there I don t want to tell any of the plot, as I don t want to spoil it if you want to read it This is a good solid read albeit predictable However, it has a nice, neat, and sweet ending which will leave you very satisfied Despite a few touching moments, this was Mary Sue fanfic at its best worst I should ve known better As much as I ve always wanted a happy ending for Erik, his story is better off ending tragically Otherwise it just becomeswell, cheesy fanfic This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The story begins with Christine Raoul moving to Sweden to marry live and to escape the past.And although Cristine convinces herself she is happy all is not well She starts to write letters to Erik to overcome her grief in losing her friend teacher.She hids them in a secret compartment in a box that Erik gave her In her letters to him she expresses her feelings on her husband marriage and also her feelings for him, as she knows she can never share these with either man Raoul will not l The story begins with Christine Raoul moving to Sweden to marry live and to escape the past.And although Cristine convinces herself she is happy all is not well She starts to write letters to Erik to overcome her grief in losing her friend teacher.She hids them in a secret compartment in a box that Erik gave her In her letters to him she expresses her feelings on her husband marriage and also her feelings for him, as she knows she can never share these with either man Raoul will not let her sing any except for in the church leaves her alone at home all the time They sleep in seperate bedrooms dont share much together,Christine realizes the man she fell in love with is not the same one she married and wonders if things would have been different had she stayed with Erik She is still haunted by her Angel of Music Christine becomes pregant soon loses the baby..and things get worse The only way for her to cope with her grief is by talking to Erik threw her letters After a big fight Raoul decides to join the army for awhile to get away so Christine goes back to Paris to sing to visit Eriks grave I liked the Christine in this story as she seemedmature as she was finding herself threw the letters As she finds his grave and pours out her heart to him leaves the letters for his care..this is where the story really takes off as we know the Phantom is not dead and he just so happens to be at his grave and hears all she has to say then takes the letters to read when she leaves A lot goes on after this and I wont sayto spoil things and I did enjoy the story..but half way through the book I found the phantom we know love for who he is lost his magic for me and the story became too romancey for me But I would recommend this book for those who want a closure to Erik s Christine s realationship Christine de Chagny is still hauntedWhen the Opera Ghost sent Christine away to marry his rival, the youthful and winsome Vicomte Raoul de Chagny, she promised the Ghost that she would return to bury him when he died Unable to keep her word and tormented by grief and regret, she starts writing letters to the man she believes to be dead only to discover that some ghosts can never be laid to rest Picking up where Gaston Leroux s novel ended, Letters to Erik is a story of forgiveness, redemption, and steadfast love ➠ [Epub] ➚ Longbow Girl By Linda Davies ➪ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk the youthful and winsome Vicomte Raoul de Chagny [Read] ➲ On His Naughty List By Jessica Jarman – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk she promised the Ghost that she would return to bury him when he died Unable to keep her word and tormented by grief and regret ➭ Fire Colour One Read ➵ Author Jenny Valentine – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk she starts writing letters to the man she believes to be dead only to discover that some ghosts can never be laid to rest Picking up where Gaston Leroux s novel ended [PDF / Epub] ❤ Invisible Wounds ✅ Kay Douglas – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Letters to Erik is a story of forgiveness [KINDLE] ❆ A City Possessed By Lynley Hood – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk redemption [Download] ✤ Her Husbands Mistake Author Sheila O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and steadfast love


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