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Mon Ami (Through Phantom Eyes #3)
By 1856, Erik, a musical genius, has spent his last few years traveling with a band of gypsies. Now an adult, he has his own tent designed to take on the appearance of an elegant opera house and he has no shortage of fans who enjoy the beauty of his elegant voice.
The gypsies have set up camp in Russia where the cold air proves bothersome for Erik. After deciding to move t...more
Paperback, 504 pages
Published December 29th 2009 by iUniverse
(first published 2009)
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Phantom of the Opera
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Absolute best book in this series so far. I loved all of the details about Erik's involvement in the design and construction of the palace for the Shah of Persia. (Again, nice detail from the original Leroux book). All of the political intrigue was fascinating as well - especially between Erik and the Shah's right hand man, Haman. Erik's design of the clock tower in the palace and its intricate workings were also fascinating. Best of all, however, is the extensive look at the relationship that d ...more
Oct 05, 2012 Meegan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone who is a fan of The Phantom of the Opera
Recommended to Meegan by: Theodora Bruns
AMAZING!! Everything fits perfectly with the actual version of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. This story takes Erik to Persia where he meets Oded (or in Leroux's, The Persian) and how their relationship grows into a passonate friendship despite hardships. By this book, it is easy to understand why Erik acts the way he does and every time he makes a mistake, you still find yourself scolding him. I had to take a break halfway through because it is such a rollercoster with both Erik's a ...more