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When in Paris, Revisit Gaston Leroux’s Timeless Masterpiece ‘The Phantom of the Opera’

Written by: Daniel W Cheely

Gothic cathedrals, dazzling palaces, cemeteries of artistic design; there are certain places so big and boldly intricate that they are beyond words. 1,076 more words


The Phantom of The Opera by Gaston Leroux

The movie is excellent. The broadway show is excellent.

The book will lure you into a labyrinth of detail and trap you in the spell of the opera house and the mystery of the phantom. 83 more words

Basic Bitch Book Club

POTObsessing: Phantom of the Opera

I was listening last night to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera” for the nth time. I’ve read Gaston Leroux’s novel for the second time last time. 127 more words


Classic Remarks: Is the Phantom of the Opera abusive or romantic?

Is the Phantom of the Opera abusive or romantic? (You can discuss the musical or the book version, or the differences between the two.)

Ugh, this guy. 568 more words


Book review: The Mystery of the Yellow Room

The Mystery of the Yellow Room is one of the earliest examples of a locked room mystery. It’s by French author, Gaston LeRoux and is the first in a series of novels starring a young reporter-turned-detective, Joseph Rouletabille. 273 more words


Book Review:: RoseBlood - AG Howard

Date started: March 13, 2017

Date ended: April 20, 2017 

Stars: ★★★

I had such high hopes for this novel, simply because I loved AG Howard’s  432 more words

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A Word from Further off the Path

So this project, which was to be about reading books I own and blogging about them, has so far consisted mostly of reading books I don’t own and not blogging about them. 330 more words

Phantom Crap