Seen Through the Phantom's Eyes: The Omnibus Edition

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Author Sharon E. Cathcart presents an omnibus edition of "In The Eye of the Beholder," "In The Eye of The Storm" and the award-winning short fiction collection, "Through the Opera Glass." Together for the first time in a "box set," these books bring readers into the world of the notorious Phantom of the Opera, Erik Le Maître, through the streets of Paris, London, and San Francisco. More

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About Sharon E. Cathcart

Award-winning author Sharon E. Cathcart's primary focus is on creating fiction featuring atypical characters.

A former journalist and newspaper editor, Sharon has written for as long as she can remember and generally has at least one work in progress.

Sharon lives with her husband and several rescue cats in the Silicon Valley, California.

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Kayla Lowe reviewed on on April 24, 2018

Sharon’s Phantom tales are more than just sappy Phan phiction. Not only do they offer a realistic continuation of the beloved tale of the Phantom of the Opera, but they also reference real historical events and contain a essence of realism that you don’t get from the everyday fiction book. Her novels not only weave a delightful story for our Phantom, but they also illuminate real life issues, such as the plight of women living in a male-oriented society, the cruelty of mankind, and the injustice of inequality, just to name a few.

I particularly loved how the author would take a certain issue that she feels strongly about and weave it into her novels in such a way that highlights the injustice of the topic and prompts the reader to feel that same injustice. For instance, without giving too much of the storyline away, I will reveal that Claire is rendered virtually penniless when her cousin is given control over her inheritance simply because he is the closest male relation to her. As we learn of how that injustice affected Claire’s life, we, as readers, feel for the plight of women who were restricted by the constraints of their sex.

Beyond that, I will say no more, other than that I highly recommend these books to any Phan. These Phantom books not only entertain, but they teach as well, highlighting societal issues that some people still deal with today. Also, the author very considerately included a glossary of terms in her books so that those who are unfamiliar with certain equestrian and French terms she used in her writing can look up their meanings for better understanding. I, for one, greatly appreciated this, for I would have never know what some of the foreign terms meant otherwise.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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