The Phantom Of Valletta

The Phantom Of Valletta PDF Epub The Phantom Of Valletta Author Vicki Hopkins Horsebackridingnorthcarolina.us Out Of Print.Another Chapter In The Life Of The Infamous Phantom Of The Opera Continues, As He Leaves Paris And Moves To Malta In Search Of A New Beginning Clothed In Secrecy, He Purchases The Royal Opera House In Valletta, Which Has Been Destroyed By A Devastating Fire In An Attempt To Bury The Pain Of His Past, The Burned Out Shell Becomes His New Obsession He Is Determined To Resurrect The Structure From Ashes And Return It To Glory To Raise Funds For His Task, He Holds A Masquerade And Encounters A Strange Woman Who Prophesies His Destiny Of Undoing And Death Her Words Haunt The Opera Ghost, But He Continues On His Path Of Restoration After Years Of Hard Work, The Gala Reopening Occurs The Phantom Is Convinced He Has Reached The Pinnacle Of Success In His Life He Rests In Peace Over His Accomplishments For Sheer Amusement, He Takes On A New Student, Which Leads Him Down A Path Of Romance, Mystery, And Danger His Fortune Unfolds Before Him, And He Discovers He Cannot Hide From Those Who Seek Retribution For His Former Sins He Is Forced To Reap The Consequences And Comes Face To Face With His Darkest Demons And Fears In The End, His Insatiable Hunger For Beauty Is Challenged To The Core Will He Survive The Obstacles He Encounters Or Will This Finally Be His Undoing And Death

  • 4.5
  • 908
  • 25 November 2017
  • Paperback
  • 250 pages
  • 145352696X
  • The Phantom Of Valletta
  • Vicki Hopkins

10 thoughts on “The Phantom Of Valletta

  1. Erin says:

    Find the enhanced version of this and other reviews at freebies carry a certain stigma The titles are believed poorly written and horribly edited It is sad but by and large I can t disagree with the perception My kindle library is littered with free lit, most of which I can t claim to have particularly enjoyed The Phantom of Valletta is an exception I have my criticisms but they are of little consequence Hopkins work is fabulous Admittedly, Find the enhanced version of this and other reviews at freebies carry a certain stigma The titles are believed poorly written and horribly edited It is sad but by and large I can t disagree with the perception My kindle library is littered with free lit, most of which I can t claim to have particularly enjoyed The Phantom of Valletta is an exception I have my criticisms but they are of little consequence Hopkins work is fabulous Admittedly, my initial feelings were far different I couldn t wrap my head around a book told from Erik s point of view I like the Phantom s dark enigmatic persona Leroux doesn t disclosure the full history of his character and I believe that is why afterthan a hundred years the Ghost still captures our interest He is a mystery, never fully explained.Being inside his head, essentially wearing the mask stripped Erik of his secrets...

  2. Rachel Thompson says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.This was a quick, short read that just took up a couple afternoons, but it was a highly enjoyable vampire book, that included absolutely hilarious moments for the main character, Lexie, while she deals with ninth grade drama, pixies, and trying to become human.I wanted to give this book five stars, but there were certain factors that I felt bumped it down a notch This story picks up with The Phantom of the Opera, Erik, fleeing Paris to I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.This was a quick, short read that just took up a couple afternoons, but it was a highly enjoyable vampire book, that included absolutely hilarious moments for the main character, Lexie, while she deals with ninth grade drama, pixies, and trying to become human.I wanted to give this book five star...

  3. Sandi *~The Pirate Wench~* says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here There are authors who take characters from an original book turn it into a sequel or continue the story after its ended sometimes it looses its magic With The Phantom Of Valletta this author lost none of the magic nor the character we have come to love She kept Erik true to who he is the dark tormented man while also giving us a lighter sometimes humorous Erik I found myself laughing out loud at Eriks attitude or comments.The story starts out with Erik coming out of soli There are authors who take characters from an original book turn it into a sequel or continue the story after its ended sometimes it looses its magic With The Phantom Of Valletta this author lost none of the magic nor the character we have come to love She kept Erik true to who he is the dark tormented man while also giving us a lighter sometimes humorous Erik I found myself laughing out loud at Eriks attitude or comments.The story starts out with Erik coming out of solitude from a broken heart as a new project appeals to him to rebuild the Royal Opera house in Malta.The author was very descriptive in seeing threw Eriks eyes what ...

  4. Paisley Stewart says:

    As an avid Phantom of the Opera fan I ve decided to start reading a few of the independently authored novels within the Phantom genre I chose this one as my first because Vicki is a personal friend and has actively supported other Phantom authors and artists in their own endeavors I very much enjoyed the cleaver plotting of The Phantom of Valletta, which made the characters taken from the original novel, fresh, while at the same timethey are familiar enough to feel like old friends Ms Hopk As an avid Phantom of the Opera fan I ve decided to start reading a few of the independently authored novels within the Phantom genre I chose this one as my first because Vicki is a pe...

  5. LGandT says:

    I would have given it 5 stars for the idea of it alone, which is brilliant, the delivery though was weak I thought This could have gone on for a series view spoiler Maybe Erik could forgive Desiree, but I couldn t, and in the very end she just turned into another blubbering Christine, who BTW showed up at the end, I sat back and thought, Is there no getting away from her hide spoiler If you are a fan of Phanfictions and the Webber show, I would highly recommend it for an enjoyable, for I would have given it 5 stars for the idea of it alone, which is brilliant...

  6. Jeannie Mancini says:

    Vickie Hopkins sequel to the Phantom of the Opera titled the Phantom of Valletta is an ingenious fictional debut Taking up where Gaston Leroux left off at the end of his classic story, Hopkins begins her evocative tale with Erik still alive after the Opera House fire in Paris Finding an interesting advertisement in the morning newspaper that peaks Erik s interest into believing that maybe there is still hope for him yet, he devises a plan to resurrect his soul and his love of music Across th Vickie Hopkins sequel to the Phantom of the Opera titled the Phantom of Valletta is an ingenious fictional debut Taking up where Gaston Leroux left off at the end of his classic story, Hopkins begins her evocative tale with Erik still alive after the Opera House fire in Paris Finding an interesting advertisement in the morning newspaper that peaks Erik s interest into believing that maybe there is still hope for him yet, he devises a plan to resurrect his soul and his love of music Across the seas on the island of Malta off Italy s Mediterranean coast, there is another Opera House lying in ruin and crying out for restoration Thinking he could escape his horrid tragic past ...

  7. Jalisse Micallef says:

    After lots of thinking and numerous battles against my urge which is constantly thirsty forPhantom of the Opera , I gave in to searchingabout its independent sequels by different authors It may sound daft to even mention such an internal conflict, but you see, this wonderful story will always be my favourite, or shall I say, my precious obsession , and thus I was very much scared of the changes any sequel would surely have the power to make in my perspective to the story However, After lo...

  8. Stephanie says:

    From the Militant Recommender Book Review Blog is gone Erik has freed her to marry Raoul Now, alone in his lair, he despairs, feeling he must be dying of love, or the loss of it anyway Then an opportunity presents itself The Royal Opera House of Valletta in Malta has been destroyed by fire and Erik decides to purchase it and give it, and himself, a new lease on life Together with the Persian s servant, Darius, and Madame Andrea Giry, his From the Militant Recommender Book Review Blog is gone Erik has freed her to marry Raoul Now, alone in his lair, he despairs, feeling he must be dying of love, or the loss of it anyway Then an opportunity presents itself The Royal Opera House of Valletta in Malta has been destroyed by fire and Erik decides to purchase it and give it, and himself, a new lease on life Together with the Persian s servant, Darius, and Madame Andrea Giry, his long time friend, they will raise it from the ashes and he, Erik, the Phantom will now have his very own Opera House to command This is a wonderfully original premise and very believable as you can imagine Erik s excitement at such a task no matter how daunting the destruction facing him He has the knowledge as a world class architect to, eventually, bring his vision to life Though it seems this jewel has...

  9. Jade aka MrsTosh says:

    I have had mixed minds about this book since downloading it and still after reading it Being a huge fan of the Phantom on paper and on stage I had high expectations Whilst I enjoyed the book and who doesn t love a happy ending and the tale as old as time, beauty and the beast love story I didn t find myself liking this version of the phantom as mu...

  10. Duckpondwithoutducks says:

    I loved the book and musical of The Phantom Of The Opera, so I was intrigued to read this sequel to it But, as soon as I read this sentence in the first chapter, I knew that I shouldn t set my expectations too high Life was a bit dull, until a certain young woman by the name of Christine Daae caught my eye Life was a bit dull that s how the Phantom, the Angel of Music, the operatic genius describes his tortured life before he met Christine really And then, near the end, was the passag I loved the book and musical of The Phantom Of The Opera, so I was intrigued to read this sequel to it But, as soon as I read this sentence in the first ch...

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