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Deception: A Phantom of the Opera Novel (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 18 lug 2011

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5.0 su 5 stelle A Delightful Story 27 settembre 2010
Di Johnnie's Angel - Pubblicato su
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"Deception: A Phantom of the Opera Novel" takes place 2 years after the Paris Opera House disaster. Erik has moved from Paris to London in an attempt to start a new life. There, he meets Melodie, a gifted, young composer who happens to be losing her eyesight. Because she is a woman, Melodie is forced to write her music under a male pen-name, Michael Blythe. Her weakened eyesight makes it very difficult for her to write her compositions on paper for publication and performance. A chance encounter with Erik leads to a business arrangement and creative collaboration.

Melodie is a beautiful, strong woman who refuses to let her visual handicap or status as a woman and member of the servant class stand in her way. She is a wonderful match for Erik, not only because of their common musical talent, but also because her own physical challenge gives her empathy for Erik and enables her to see the man behind the mask.

Set against the back-drop of the London of the 1880s, some details of the social strata, class differences, and the interactions between the gentry and their servants also come into play in the story.

I find it quite amusing that the "bad guy" resembles a certain fellow named Raoul, a resemblance that Erik doesn't fail to notice.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Deception-A Phantom of the Opera Novel, by Shirley Yoshinaka 11 settembre 2006
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I am a huge fan of POTO and I have read many a phanfiction and bought several different books of what life was like after the Paris Opera debacle. Well, this is simply a wonderful and believable tale of Erik's journey to find a normal life after Paris. He now quietly resides on the outskirts of London. He has worked hard to overcome his inner demons that helped to push Christine away. After 2 years he has rediscovered life again (through the unconditional love of an abused dog found on his doorstep) and most importantly, his passion for music and composing has returned. He still sweeps through town discreetly and even has taken to viewing the theater from the rafters. One eveneing he discovers a young woman and much older man also viewing from this distance. This is Melodie and her adopted father, Henry. Melodie is a composer by hobby only since this was not suitable job for a women,much less one who is gradually losing her sight and can no longer see well enough to put her music on paper. This is where Erik comes in. To make a long and beautiful story short, she meets Erik and they combine they musical talents to write music - their styles are both passionate, but also contrasting. Where she likes to soften the music Erik wants to make it more dramatic. They learn to work together and trust each other both professionally and personally. This Erik still has his famous temper but has learned to rein it in and to listen to others if he as overstepped boundaries. He and Melodie do find love and acceptance together. This is truly a wonderfully written story about what might have happened after ERik leaves his lair. I read through it in one day, I just could not put it down. Ms. Yoshinaka knows her main characters and does not disappoint. If you are a Phantom of the Opera lover I highly recommend this book to you!!! Brilliant! I hope she writes more.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Satisfying read 5 giugno 2008
Di L. L. Gray - Pubblicato su
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"Deception" pleasantly introduces new characters into the old story. Erik has escaped Paris for London after the fire that destroyed the Paris Opera House and the loss of Christine. His one interest is listening to music sitting in the rafters of a nearby concert hall. While there, he notices two new-comers; an older man and a young woman, Melodie, who appears to be blind. Intrigued when he overhears that she is a working composer, he begins to follow her to learn more about her, and while doing so, rescues her from being trampled by a rearing horse. This leads to an unusual musical collaboration, with several unexpected results, for both Melodie and Erik.

Because no one believes that a woman is capable of being a serious composer, Melodie composes under the name of Michael Blythe. This is the first deception of the title. When the past begins to intrude into their lives, both their safety and sanity are threatened, leading to further deceptions.

I would recommend this book for Phantom genre fans, especially young adults.
5.0 su 5 stelle I hope there's a sequel to this sequel! 26 ottobre 2008
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Shirley Yoshinaka offers an excellent continuation of our dear Erik's story, sans Christine or even sweet, strong Meg. In this story, Erik struggles to come to grips without his beloved Christine - as he should - and prepares to live his life alone. All the facets of his personality are present in this well-told tale, without too much of one trait or the other overwhelming him & ultimately, us. I've read other sequels; they all have their moments of brilliance, but IMO this one tops them all and is the best of the best. If you're not opposed to a story where Erik leaves Paris altogether, join him on this journey that he starts out alone and hold on tight - you won't be disappointed!
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4.0 su 5 stelle Very Satisfiying Perspective 18 agosto 2012
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This book is a great little read for someone who might have thought that Christine really isn't the perfect soul-mate for Erik. I've always been a Christine/Erik shipper but I'll admit that the character of Melody does have me contemplating this question. This book is well-written and an enjoyable read. If you like reading different perspectives of the Phantom I highly recommend it.

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