Rune has a gift: when she sings, it leaves her completely drained--but she physically needs to sing. Due to this problem, her mother sends her to a French arts school in a restored opera house said to be linked to The Phantom of the Opera. But when Rune befriends Thorn, a masked violinist who seems to give her extremely vivid dreams and, more importantly, seems to know who she is behind her figurative masks. As the friends form a relationship, Thorn's plans--dark plans--are brought to light. This forces him to make a decision: lead Rune to her destruction, or betray the phantom who has haunted the opera house for a century--and is the only father he has ever know.
I loved this book! I am a fan of the Phantom of the Opera already, and this retelling was great. This book represented both the book and the play, and I also gathered some movie aspects as well. Strange twists occured and I was completely immersed in the story the whole time I was reading it. Not to mention how gorgeous the book is--look at the cover! (The font is RED!!) 5/5 stars
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