The Phantom of the Opera - eBook
The Phantom of the Opera - eBook  -     By: Gaston Leroux, Otto Penzler
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781497679382
ISBN-13: 9781497679382

Publisher's Description

The classic Gothic novel that inspired the blockbuster musical

There is a ghost in the Paris Opera House. Singers, dancers, and stagehands have all seen him lurking in the shadows of the set, and each describes his face differently. Some say it is on fire, others that it is bare bone, and a terrified few say that he has no face at all. Outsiders dismiss the stories as theatrical superstition, but soon the phantom will reveal himself—and the Opera will never be the same.
 
A crew member is found hanged, and every denizen of the theater is quick to blame the phantom. More deaths follow, until the phantom is forced to make himself known in the most spectacular manner possible. But when the mysterious ghost begins to admire a beautiful singer, it is the beginning of something magnificent: a love story as heartfelt and tragic as any opera ever staged.
 
This ebook features a new introduction by Otto Penzler and has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

"The wildest and most fantastic of tales." —The New York Times Book Review

Author Bio

Gaston Leroux (1868–1927) was a French writer best known for his novel The Phantom of the Opera. Born in Paris, Leroux initially worked as a critic and court reporter for the newspapers L’Écho de Paris and Le Matin. In 1918 he formed a film company called the Société des Cinéromans. After quitting journalism to focus on writing fiction, Leroux went on to publish dozens of novels. He died at his home in Nice, France. 

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"The wildest and most fantastic of tales." —The New York Times Book Review

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