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Inhaltsangabe: Edge of the Flame is a twist on the tale of The Phantom of the Opera. The infamous Phantom narrates this version giving the reader a remarkable insight into the brilliant mind and tortured heart of the complex character. This engaging version keeps the integrity and chilling spirit of the original novel, but unmasks a brand new gothic love story. Phantom: Edge of the Flame offers an alternative explanation for the shocking deeds attributed to the man known as the Phantom. A musical genius with a penchant for murder, Erik 'haunts' the opera house in the late 1800's. He becomes a recluse "phantom" living in the bowels of the theatre. He frightens performers, extorts money from the managers and kills if his orders are not obeyed. The Phantom is filled with disdain for humanity born from a lifetime of maltreatment due to a facial deformity. One dark night, while riding in his carriage, Erik encounters a woman and her coachman stranded on an isolated road. Erik sees murderous intent in the driver's eyes. Killing women is outside Erik's policy of acceptable murder, so he offers her a ride. Although filled with trepidation, Erik finds comfort in the pitch black of the carriage and eventually converses with the outgoing American. His charm, impeccable manners and racy wit keep Olivia Weston entertained. They strike up a friendship on the long drive to Paris in the dark. Erik pursues Olivia in a series of clandestine midnight visits and moonlit excursions. After a lifetime of solitude, the complexities of a relationship confuse Erik. He misinterprets social cues, challenges commonly accepted norms and causes serious injury to another man when he feels threatened. When three men attack Erik and leave him for dead, he hunts them down and shows no mercy. Reeling from this huge moral setback, he begins to doubt that he can ever change. In a surge of self-loathing and contempt for mankind, he kidnaps Olivia believing she is his only link to the outside world. This sets a series of events in motion that will have lethal consequences for anyone standing in the way of Erik's objective--to hold onto what he's always been denied. Love.

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Buchbeschreibung Bird-In-Hand Books, LLC, United States, 2011. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 201 x 124 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Edge of the Flame is a twist on the tale of The Phantom of the Opera. The infamous Phantom narrates this version giving the reader a remarkable insight into the brilliant mind and tortured heart of the complex character. This engaging version keeps the integrity and chilling spirit of the original novel, but unmasks a brand new gothic love story. Phantom: Edge of the Flame offers an alternative explanation for the shocking deeds attributed to the man known as the Phantom. A musical genius with a penchant for murder, Erik haunts the opera house in the late 1800 s. He becomes a recluse phantom living in the bowels of the theatre. He frightens performers, extorts money from the managers and kills if his orders are not obeyed. The Phantom is filled with disdain for humanity born from a lifetime of maltreatment due to a facial deformity. One dark night, while riding in his carriage, Erik encounters a woman and her coachman stranded on an isolated road. Erik sees murderous intent in the driver s eyes. Killing women is outside Erik s policy of acceptable murder, so he offers her a ride. Although filled with trepidation, Erik finds comfort in the pitch black of the carriage and eventually converses with the outgoing American. His charm, impeccable manners and racy wit keep Olivia Weston entertained. They strike up a friendship on the long drive to Paris in the dark. Erik pursues Olivia in a series of clandestine midnight visits and moonlit excursions. After a lifetime of solitude, the complexities of a relationship confuse Erik. He misinterprets social cues, challenges commonly accepted norms and causes serious injury to another man when he feels threatened. When three men attack Erik and leave him for dead, he hunts them down and shows no mercy. Reeling from this huge moral setback, he begins to doubt that he can ever change. In a surge of self-loathing and contempt for mankind, he kidnaps Olivia believing she is his only link to the outside world. This sets a series of events in motion that will have lethal consequences for anyone standing in the way of Erik s objective--to hold onto what he s always been denied. Love. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9780988425101

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Buchbeschreibung Bird-In-Hand Books, LLC. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Paperback. 358 pages. Edge of the Flame is a twist on the tale of The Phantom of the Opera. The infamous Phantom narrates this version giving the reader a remarkable insight into the brilliant mind and tortured heart of the complex character. This engaging version keeps the integrity and chilling spirit of the original novel, but unmasks a brand new gothic love story. Phantom: Edge of the Flame offers an alternative explanation for the shocking deeds attributed to the man known as the Phantom. A musical genius with a penchant for murder, Erik haunts the opera house in the late 1800s. He becomes a recluse phantom living in the bowels of the theatre. He frightens performers, extorts money from the managers and kills if his orders are not obeyed. The Phantom is filled with disdain for humanity born from a lifetime of maltreatment due to a facial deformity. One dark night, while riding in his carriage, Erik encounters a woman and her coachman stranded on an isolated road. Erik sees murderous intent in the drivers eyes. Killing women is outside Eriks policy of acceptable murder, so he offers her a ride. Although filled with trepidation, Erik finds comfort in the pitch black of the carriage and eventually converses with the outgoing American. His charm, impeccable manners and racy wit keep Olivia Weston entertained. They strike up a friendship on the long drive to Paris in the dark. Erik pursues Olivia in a series of clandestine midnight visits and moonlit excursions. After a lifetime of solitude, the complexities of a relationship confuse Erik. He misinterprets social cues, challenges commonly accepted norms and causes serious injury to another man when he feels threatened. When three men attack Erik and leave him for dead, he hunts them down and shows no mercy. Reeling from this huge moral setback, he begins to doubt that he can ever change. In a surge of self-loathing and contempt for mankind, he kidnaps Olivia believing she is his only link to the outside world. This sets a series of events in motion that will have lethal consequences for anyone standing in the way of Eriks objective--to hold onto what hes always been denied. Love. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9780988425101

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