The Church at Parkers Wharf
by Louise Gorday
On pg 20 of 280 In a busy office environment, it is a very distracting and enthralling read so far, with a great deal of detail. I was able to tune out everything else and hear the sounds of what I was reading
Master of Illusion (Master of Illusion #1)
by Anne Rouen
This one was different than most I have read. Different in a good way that I enjoyed. It was fast paced, always kept you wanting more and delivering. I liked the many characters. I especially loved the "show" at the end. Excellent. I would recommend this to any Phan. The only problem I had with it, was my French is not what is used to be so I had to keep referring to my dictionary. A small dictionary in the ba
Prelude by J.M. Smith
I loved the delicate simplicity of Erik and Annie's relationship. The love that comes slowly until you realize its there and then it takes you. The friendship love.
Its also very nice to give Erik someone worthy of him.
I am very much looking forward to the next installment. I am very much recommending this to any Phan. Disclosure
The Ash Tree
I caught a BBC version of this with Christopher Lee doing it, I suppose 'nuff said. I loved it.
Even aside from the obvious it was a great little tale, it conjured up images that got into my dreams
For Love of the Phantom (Phantom Rising #1)
by Davyne DeSye
If you wondered what life could have been like after Christine left, this one tells it well. If you, like myself, are a Victorian Londoner at heart who loves a beautiful garden and Erik then this is a must have for your collection. I don't want to give it away but there is a twist straight out of the time frame that just blew me away and I loved it.
This is a must have for any Phans collection. This is a beauti
The Rose Garden by M. R. James
If I had been in a better mood while reading this, it would have been much better, but even so its still great. I can just see the rose garden and arbor I know so well, which adds to it.
The Mystery Of Marie Roget by Edgar Allen Poe
Personally I enjoy Dupin. I see without any doubt that Conan Doyle was influenced by Poe. Though I have to say that even if Poe had carried on with Dupin for a full series, unless he took the time to develop the friendship between Dupin his companion, Sherlock still would have been ore palatable to the public in general. Poe has a very "artistic pen" that most people would have and still would need a dictionary to understand.