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    This sequel by Christine Pope which is a spinoff of Gaston Leroux’s “The Phantom of the Opera” is exciting and unimaginable to say the least. It takes you in to a world of love and intrigue by Erik and Christine after 2 years of a follow-up that includes a surprising and unexpected ending. I highly recommend this book because as always, it’s another of Christine Pope’s great contemporary version of classic tales. She makes these characters come to life with the suspense and excitement benefiting the story.
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    sequel to the story of the Phantom of the Opera

    This is a sequel to the story of the Phantom of the Opera. It would be good to have read Gaston Leroux’s classic Gothic horror/fantasy novel, The Phantom of the Opera (available in Kindle Unlimited), though it is unnecessary; the story does not require it. I did decide to read The Phantom after I finished Ghost Dance. There is quite an unexpected surprise ending. The flavor of 19th Century writing is evident, and the detail of the fashions of the day give great verisimilitude, though I had to "ask Google" quite often to understand the details and some vocabulary.
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    A sequel to "Phantom" is enticing, a engaging read

    “Ghost Dance” sounds like another wonderful paranormal romance by Christine Pope. No way! This is anything but a typical nail-biting Pope story. Like many of us, Christine was addicted to “The Phantom of the Opera.” Now she has pulled all stops out and has written a sequel to Gaston Leroux’s Gothic Romance. Her writing style in this story is radically different from the books we have all read, and cherished. That is not to say I did not like it: I loved it. This time I was happy to read it in Kindle format, however, as I needed to use the online dictionary a couple of times. Her knowledge of French fascinated me. This book illustrates the proverbial love triangle between Christine, Raoul and the “Opera Ghost.” In addition, there is a gripping “who done it” fashioned around stunning and gruesome murders, believed by some to be done by Eric, the phantom. (But isn’t he dead?) Like every book she has written, the final pages will leave you replaying the climax. Bravo Christine! I hope new readers who normally do not seek the genre of paranormal romances will find their way to this marvelous read. Wish I could give this one 6*.
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    Not a fan of Erik and Christine.

    This is Christine Pope’s take on a sequel to the Phantom of the Opera story. The story was a very laborious read for me possibly due to my lack of knowledge regarding the original. While I have always loved the music from Phantom of the Opera I didn’t know much of the back story. I wasn’t invested in seeing Erik and Christine as a couple and found that Christine’s encounters with Erik while married to Raoul bothered me. The whole mask Erik constructed also kind of creeped me out. I very much enjoy this author’s writing but this story was not for me. I do appreciate the opportunity to have received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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