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4/10/2020 c1 18helloitskrisha
I did not expect the ending! I read the summary but seem to have forgotten the slash warning haha. I thought this was going to be E/C at first, but I actually like that you went with E/R. It makes the work more poignant somehow, more of a forbidden love type of story. This was so well-written, and, as someone who loves sad/tragic stories, I loved it!
7/28/2015 c1 magneticfield
To me the Phantom Of The Opera always was a love triangle Erik, Raoul, and Christine. If you include the persian's feelings for Erik it gets more complicated. I had always sensed that in the original book and even more so in Kay's Phantom. Myself I always felt that the Persian and Erik belonged together.
So being, I was not shocked by the ending. But I think Leroux's spirit is sitting somewhere reading this story and saying "say what" ?
2/8/2007 c1 5Corculum
I myself was so shocked because I thought it was Eric digging up Raoul o_O;

Doubt arose only when I read that he was buried under the Opera House, I was like 'Really?... o_O Did Eric kill him or something _; (fit of rage or something? ^^;; ) '

And then the second last line I was like 'Wait...' and then the last line 'O_O ZOMG'

And then 'Oh... o_o'

And you didn't need a narration of my every reaction to every line ^^;; sowwie ehe...

Anyway yes, twisted but so... romantic at the same time @_@ I'm not surprised it won an award.

Great work ^_^
5/24/2006 c1 MadLizzy
I managed to miss the slash warning, and I have to say, I was jolted by the ending. I thought it was brilliant! Thank you for posting it. ~ML
4/19/2006 c1 61whatevergirl
wow! very good! it was interesting to read! :)
3/8/2006 c1 fictionreader
Wow, that was very well written...so poetic...and leaves us readers to ponder as there are so many psychological possibilities.
3/7/2006 c1 sporkish fiend
Whoo, Ghostie! I loved your style in this- despite having read the reviews on POL first and hearing people's indignations about the "OMGSLASH", I was shocked by the ending. It's so gripping throughout the whole thing! Very good and solid, didn't lose my interest at all. Good job! :D
3/7/2006 c1 16the daroga
Ooh, I love this. I actually was surprised by the ending, as (in my twisted little mind) I'd assumed it was the Persian, as he had a rather closer relationship with Erik than Raoul did. But Raoul works, too. Twisted and sweet, I liked it. And normally a present-tense style will keep me from reading anything at all, but I think it works here for the immediacy and the mystery preserved until the final moment. Very nice.
3/7/2006 c1 1PhantomsHeart
Whoa! Was NOT expecting the slash! I thought it was Erik digging up Christine for the first line or two, but when the dampness is mentioned, I thought, "Oh, it must be under the Opera House, therefore it must be Christine digging up Erik." Not quite, lol. Nicely twisted. :)
3/6/2006 c1 17ZGory
When I saw the slash warning I thought that it was either Erik digging up Raoul or vice versa.Once you said that he was in the cellars of the Opera House I knew who was finding who.Good story.Sad that he must die at the end.Is Christine still alive?
3/6/2006 c1 Dark Gotham
Wow ... This is amazing. Very serial in many ways.
3/6/2006 c1 45stefanie bean
Instead of burying Erik, someone's digging him up. Someone who loves him. I don't want to say too much in this review, as people sometimes read reviews before they read the story. I think it was good for a first foray, and encourage you to keep on.

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