Phantom of the Opera (version 3 dramatic reading) cover

Phantom of the Opera (version 3 dramatic reading)

Gaston Leroux (1868-1927)

1. Prologue
2. Is It The Ghost?
3. The New Margarita
4. The Mysterious Reason
5. Box Five
6. The Enchanted Violin
7. A Visit to Box Five
8. Faust and What Followed
9. The Mysterious Brougham
10. At The Masked Ball
11. Forget the Name of the Man's Voice
12. Above the Trap-Doors
13. Apollo's Lyre
14. A Master-Stroke of the Trap-Door Lover
15. The Singular Attitude of a Safety-Pin
16. Christine! Christine!
17. Mme. Giry's Astounding Revelations
18. The Safety Pin Again
19. The Commissary, The Viscount and the Persian
20. The Viscount and the Persian
21. In the Cellars of the Opera
22. Interesting and Instructive Vicissitudes of a Persian in the Cellars of the Opera
23. In the Torture Chamber
24. The Tortures Begin
25. ''Barrels! ... Barrels! ... Any Barrels to Sell?''
26. The Scorpion or the Grasshopper: Which?
27. The End of the Ghost's Love Story
28. Epilogue

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    Over the years, strange things have been happening at the Paris Opéra House. The new owners, M. Moncharmin and M. Richard don't know what to do about the mysterious "Opera Ghost" demanding money, nor the tragic death of the chief scene-shifter. Now the young Soprano, Christine Daae, has been kidnapped and her lover, the Vicomte de Chagny, is going mad. The opera house is falling to pieces. Could this all be the work of the mysterious Phantom of the Opera?



    - An absolute hit

    A well loved book well worth taking the time to explore a great story interesting and quaint


    - Thank you so much.

    Thank you so much for this amazing narration,i am working on the phantom of the opera as one of my college projects,as i am not a native speaker you really saved me with your pronunciation.great thanks


    I'm sorry, but this is one of the most stupid books I have ever listened part-way thru! I almost quit after chapter 3 and thought I would trudge on a little longer and see if it improved. Well, on chapter 11 I decided I couldn't stand anymore. The hero, Raoul, is an insipid, emotional little twerp that just needs to grow up and forget about "love". The reader is very persevering but a bit boring. Sorry, I disagree with all the other reviews.


    - The Phantom of the Opera

    A wonderful book.


    - The Phantom of the Opera

    Excelente classic story


    - The phantom of the opera

    Romance, drama, suspense. I love it


    - Many thanks

    As a spanish student trying to master the english language, i find these readings to be a blessing both because of the usually excellent quality of the oral narration and the fact that, when translated from a foreign language, the resulting english is not so 'english' -so difficult i mean- as the 'home english', beeing in this way a precious bridge to higher levels. Thanks a lot to Loyal Books, to LibriVox and, particularly, to Ralpf Snelson, a great, great reader.


    Such an awesome reading...sad and wonderful story.

    Phillip D

    Great reading of a wonderful book. Mystery, suspense, and horror leave you wanting to unmask OG (Opera Ghost). In fact, I think I'll start leaving notes around the house for my wife signed in a red "OG". Maybe I'll leave my boss a note that I deserve a raise. Then again, I don't think either have read the book and both would give me a kick out of the door.


    Very good Narration.