The tale begins as an investigation into the strange stories of an âOpera ghost,â legendary for scaring performers as they sit alone in their dressing rooms or walk along the buildingâs labyrinthine corridors. Some even think theyâve seen the ghost in evening clothes moving in the shadows. But it isnât until the triumphant performance of beautiful soprano Christine DaaÃ© that the Phantom begins his attacksâstriking terror in the hearts of everyone in the theater. A story that has captured the imagination for a century, The Phantom of the Opera continues to this day as an unparalleled work of sheer entertainment.
With an Introduction by Dr. John L. Flynn
and an Afterword by J.R. Ward
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