Hi guys, earlier on I posted about my review about Gaston Leroux's horror classic. So are my personal opinions about the book in general, I will also be including bits of the musical on which it's base on.
I was very familiar with the story, especially since I had heard many of the familiar songs from the musical itself. When I read the book for the first time, I was really amazed on how the story is partially different from the musical itself. Surely, it was a very intriguing story that every night I would listen to the audio-book and I would cry at the end, because the Phantom is...
Hi everyone, I had read both books and I would like to give my opinions on both of them. However, for those who haven't read it, go ahead and read it. You don't know what you're missing.
The series was extraordinary amazing, because it's not predictable and J.K. Rowling invented whimsical words to make the story interesting and flow with the magical universe. I am very happy that all of the 6 books were made into movies that I could watch it again and again! I hope to read the 7 book when it comes to Malaysia.
Anne Robillard (the new Tolkien) 2002-2009 Original title: Les Chevaliers d'Émeraude
The Knights of Emerald is a book series in the heroic-fantasy style, translated from French, written by the Québécoise Anne Robillard. The series numbers twelve books. Since their release, the books have become popular inside Quebec by the Éditions De Mortagne, selling up to one million copies. The first book has since been translated in English  and Polish. The book has also been edited in France, by the Éditions Michel Lafon. The first two books have sold 15000 copies there since June 2007.