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The Angels Shadow (The Angels of Music Saga Book 1) You Consider Yourself To Be A Creature Of Light But You Long For The Darkness It S Where You Belong It S Who You Are Do You Not Think I Recognise The Parts Of A Soul That Mirror My Own Meg Giry Grew Up With Tales Of The Opera Ghost, A Spectral Being Said To Haunt The Paris Opera House But When He Rescues Her From Rape In The Streets Of Paris, Meg Learns That The Stories Are True, That The Ghost Also Known As The Phantom Of The Opera Is A Real Man, With His Sights Set On Her Best Friend, Christine Daa Despite Being Warned To Stay Away, Meg Is Drawn Deeper Into A World That Has Remained Secret For Years, Her Life Becoming Inextricably Linked With The Dark And Mysterious Erik, And Is Forced To Confront The Darkness That Lurks Within Her Own Past, Finding Herself Always In The Shadow Of An Angel Of Music

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10 thoughts on “The Angels Shadow (The Angels of Music Saga Book 1)

  1. says:

    From the Militant Recommender Book Review Bloghttp Me and My Shadow The Angel s Shadow by Louise Anne Bateman In Louise Anne Bateman s The Angel s Shadow Meg comes out of the fiction shadows to take her place as the star of this very intriguing retelling of the Phantom s story This Meg is a girl of contradictions On the one hand, she is caught up in the world of ballet and the opera, a loyal friend and confidant to Christine Daae and a loving daughter to her single Mom, ballet mistress and concierge of the Paris Opera House, Madame Antoinette Giry But on the other, she is fighting off a darkness she doesn t quite understand, and is also a girl who acts on her impulses One impulse was to sneak out of the safety of the Opera House one night to meet a man she doesn t really know When this man attempts to have his way with her someone steps out of the shadows and rescues her Part of this rescue is the dark figure taking care of business by murdering the potential rapist She is grateful, but a bit concerned at the loss of life Who is this man who was willing to kill for her As she begins to realize that the rumors and gossip about the Opera Ghost who haunts the hidden recesses of the Opera House is, in f...

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    A aggressive Erik, Yes please This is my first book by this author I ve been meaning to read this one for a while now and never got to it But, I m happy that I did because I could barely put this one down because it was so truly interesting seeing the story take place in Meg s point of view The writing was very good So descriptive and crisp and keeping it so interesting and easy to read This was an excellent change in point of you because usually people love writing about Christine and it is rare that Megan actually gets her own book The book simply tells a retelling that can be placed in the musical But I love how this after truly craft together some pieces of the original book that started it all into her story As I said I really had fun reading this one and it was a fun change of pace compared to all of the other books on here especially with the aggressiveness of the phantom which a lot of authors cut a lot of it out but no not this author She writes his character just perfect and aggressive which is totally cannon Because, it is true, Erik is not a sappy romantic hero like everyone thinks he is It runs down deep...

  3. says:

    Deformed genius preys on girls with daddy issuesWe Phans know the Phantom Consistently in every book, play, or movie version, he s a murdering, kidnapping, manipulative, obsessed genius with anger management issues and yet So appealing that we swoon There s just something about a bad boy that makes our hearts race Raoul doesn t inspire the same reaction Yet, even by the above rather harsh description, this Phantom is colder, crueler, and angrier Understandable Perhaps, given his secluded life background One brief scene of animal abuse and consistently commanding obedience from Meg Christine by grabbing threatening them seems extreme and excessively harsh.The story is told from Meg s viewpoint, a nice touch She Christine are best friends due to a love of song dance, as well as both of their deep seated daddy issues The Phantom Erik, if we may be on a first name basis uses this weakness in both of them to his advantage He alternately helps Meg and snarls his contempt, and she keeps coming b...

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this book very much An all new re telling of a familiar tale, Meg truly comes into her own as a character who is both wary of the Phantom, yet inexorably drawn to him Despite many warnings from the ghost himself who, for some reason, seems to have a genuine interest in her welfare she cannot seem to conquer her curiosity enough to stay away In addition to developing Meg s character, Ms Bateman ...

  5. says:

    Fills in the gaps from the operaGreat Story, good insights and a better understanding of Erik Can t wait to read the squeal This is one of the ones I keep in my library.

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