Enjoy the classic thriller The Phantom of the Opera with this elegant jacketed hardcover edition.
Filled with passion, love, and suspense, The Phantom of the Opera is a thrilling classic.
Rumors abound that the Paris Opera House is haunted by a ghost. Nobody has ever seen it, but it makes itself known through malevolent acts. First published in book form in 1911, this gothic novel by Gaston Leroux has been fascinating readers for more than a century and is the inspiration for the long-running hit musical. This elegant, unabridged edition includes an introduction by literary critic Susan Balee and a timeline of the author's life at the back. Join the generations of fans seduced by this enthralling story of mystery and romance.
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Gaston Leroux (1868-1927) was a French journalist and novelist born in Paris. The Phantom of the Opera is his most-famous work, and is best known for its adaptation into the longest-running Broadway musical.