[Reading] ➭ Chanson de LAnge ➵ Paisley Swan Stewart – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Chanson de LAnge Epub Chanson De LAnge By Paisley Swan Stewart Undercostruction.eu Important Announcement This Is An Earlier Edition Of Chanson De L Ange, Now Out Of Print And Only Available Through 3rd Party Sellers To Purchase The New Revised 3 Part Series In Both Ebook And Paperback, Visit The Link For Paisley Swan Stewart De L Ange By Paisley Swan Stewart Is An Epic Retelling Of The Classic Novel, The Phantom Of The Opera, By Gaston Leroux Inspired By The Legend Of The Opera Ghost In All Its Incarnations, The Author Weaves Her Own Captivating Tale Of Mystery, High Romance And Madness, While Remaining Faithful To Traditional Story Elements Chanson De L Ange Creates Bookends To The Compelling Tale Of The Opera Ghost Through An Imaginative Account Of Christine Daae S Childhood Companionship With The Angel Of Music While The Final Gripping Chapters Unveil Her Years Beyond The Opera House The Novel Will Be Released In 2 Separate Volumes Chanson De L Ange Book One The Bleeding RoseBook One Opens With The Tragic Death Of 10 Year Old Christine Daae S Father Ushering In Dramatic Changes When She Is Left In The Care Of Madame Louise Giry, Ballet Mistress At The Paris Opera House Christine Makes Her New Home In The Opera S Conservatory, Where She Encounters A Bohemian World Of Singers And Dancers, And Where She Is Visited By The Unseen Angel Of Music A Bond Of Obsession And Music Is Forged As Christine S Dark Angel Methodically Makes Himself Known Through The Illusory Mirror Of Her Dreams And Desires, Christine Will Discover That Not All Angels Have Wings And Not All Devils Are What They Seem.

[Reading] ➭ Chanson de LAnge  ➵ Paisley Swan Stewart – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Paperback
  • 638 pages
  • Chanson de LAnge
  • Paisley Swan Stewart
  • English
  • 11 June 2017
  • 1450084028

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➭ Chanson de LAnge ➵ Paisley Swan Stewart – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    I m the author, but this is the first time I m actually reading through the entire book It s not bad LOL


  2. says:

    Thank goodness for snow days A day to catch up on your book, and what a book to curl up with finish up on Let me first say the forward from the author of this was pretty much a prequel for me as to how this book would unfold,she laid her heart bare I felt such powerful emotion behind her words that I knew the same would go into her book I was not disappointed This book truly comes from the heart, threw her words you could feel the love,pain, torment of Christine Thank goodness for snow days A day to catch up on your book, and what a book to curl up with finish up on Let me first say the forward from the author of this was pretty much a prequel for me as to how this book would unfold,she laid her heart bare I felt such powerful emotion behind her words that I knew the same would go into her book I was not disappointed This book truly comes from the heart, threw her words you could feel the love,pain, torment of Christine Erik s story The re telling of the classic love story captured me right from the start,and while staying true to the story the characters the author has a style of her own that made this book so muchenjoyable I felt threw her book the pieces that were missing in the o...


  3. says:

    From the first few pages, I found it very hard to put this book down, even to sleep What a beautiful story and telling Paisley has a wonderful grasp of the Phantom in all his glory, sorrow and beauty She has a wonderful idea on Christine Daae, starting with the day her father dies, and working from the time she comes to the Opera house to stay with Mme Giry and her daughter, Meg They quickly become dear friends, and Christine, although missing her father terribly, blossoms under their frien From the first few pages, I found it very hard to put this book down, even to sleep What a beautiful story and telling Paisley has a wonderful grasp of the Phantom in all his glory, sorrow and beauty She has a wonderful idea on Christine Daae, starting with the day her father dies, and working from the time she comes to the Opera house to stay with Mme Giry and her daughter, Meg They quickly become dear friends, and Christine, although missing her father terribly, blossoms under their friendship, and the love of mme Giry But it is a strange man who comes to her under the guise of The Angel of Music a story her father used to tell her when she ...


  4. says:

    Chanson de l Ange Book One The Bleeding Rose is a lush, romantic reinterpretation of The Phantom of the Opera In Ms Stewart s version Erik hears a voice, from far below in the cellars, he is riveted by it It is amazingly beautiful and he is haunted by it until he finally discovers who this heavenly instrument belongs to A sad and lonely little girl, recently orphaned and taken in by the Ballet Mistress, Madame Louise Giry to train as a ballerina and chorus girl and be raised by her alongs Chanson de l Ange Book One The Bleeding Rose is a lush, romantic reinterpretation of The Phantom of the Opera In Ms Stewart s version Erik hears a voice, from far below in the cellars, he is riveted by ...


  5. says:

    We begin at the funeral of Christine s father, in Christine s point of view, which is something that i have always, always, wanted to experience Christine is wrecked by the loss of her father at only ten years old, and is taken to live in the opera housethus begins our tale Erik lives in the cellars of the opera house, it s the only place he...


  6. says:

    Please note this review is actually for the revised edition of Chanson Book 1, Orphan in Winter I had been saving this series to read and yes, it was definitely well worth the wait Although I amof a Leroux purist and it s obvious from page one that this story isin line with the Andrew Lloyd Webber 2004 film version of the Phantoms story, this was still an enjoyable read and very nicely plotted One of the most interesting aspects of this story is the concept that Christine came Please note this review is actually for the revised edition of Chanson Book 1, Orphan in Winter I had been saving this series to read and yes, it was definitely well worth the wait Although I amof a Leroux purist and it s obvious from page one that this story isin line with the Andrew Lloyd Webber 2004 film version of the Phantoms story, this was still an enjoyable read and very nicely plotted One of the most interesting aspects of this story is the concept that Christine came to stay at the Opera House from a very young age as a ward of Madame Giry, following the untimely death of her violinist father This is similar to the 2004 movie, but Chanson expands further on this event and makes itplausible with the revelation that Madame Giry was a friend of Christine s father and a professional colleague Christine comes to stay in the opera dormitories as a student of voice and ballet...


  7. says:

    You will not be disappointed You will be captivated from page one I read the book in 2 days I didn t want to put it down I am actually starting to read it a 2nd time while waiting for the next book to come out I just love the detail of the start of Christine and Erik s relationship when she first came to the Opera House Erik s love for this little girl is just amazing Even the start of Christine and Raoul s relationship when they first met on the beach is just excellent As the story un You will not be disappointed You will be captivated from page one I read the book in 2 da...


  8. says:

    The author s telling of Christine s story comes through with familiarity and an obvious command of the arts that allows the reader to relax and flow with the story PSS delivers the world of the Opera seamlessly, and I was able to delve right in without any reservation as to the quality of this read I found it grass roots POTO, incorporating all the key elements while avoiding sorry for the word bastardization As much as I want Erik to just rip off the mask and proclaim he really is Gerard The author s telling of Christine s story comes through with familiarity and an obvious command of the arts that allows the reader to relax and flow with the s...


  9. says:

    A wonderful, emotional novel from the beginning to the end And it is only the first half This is the first Phantom novel that I have read were I can truly say I would have a hard time chosing between the Phantom or Raoul and that for me is something amazing as I usually find Raoul a complete wimp and would go with the Phantom wither he was crazy or not just because he was the best of the both lol But this novel will truly have you questioning what makes a relationship and just how any differen A wonderful, emotional novel from the beginning to the end And it is only the first half This is the first Phantom novel that I have read were I can truly say I would have a hard time chosing between the Phantom or Raoul and that for me is something amazing as I usually find Raoul a complete wimp and would go with the Phantom wither he was craz...


  10. says:

    I watched The Phantom of the Opera movie, but couldn t understand most of what Christine was saying, so I decided to read the book After scouring through all the different editions on , this one seemed like the best Even though I m a fast reader, it took me awhile to get through this book I m glad I stuck with it, because the book just gets better and better I love the changes that Christine goes through, and that she doesn t always make the obvious choice I loved the way and the book I watched The Phantom of the Opera movie, but couldn t understand most of what Christine was saying, so I decided to read the book After scouring through all the different editions on , this one seemed like the best Even though I m ...

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