ROSEBLOOD, A Powerful Retelling of A Modern Day PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
ROSEBLOOD by New York Times Bestselling author A.G. Howard is ta pulse-pounding fantasy set in modern day Paris set in a boarding school within the opera house that inspired Phantom of the Opera.
PRAISE FOR ROSEBLOOD
"A rich, atmospheric story that readers will be hard-pressed to put down." - Kirkus
"This is an accomplished undertaking... A good purchase for paranormal romance collections, and the connections to a classic work of literature add appeal."
- School Library Journal
Musical theater obsessed teens will devour the retelling of this classical musical. Rune Germaine has an otherworldly affliction linked to her operatic talent and is sent to a boarding school, rumored to have a haunted past. After arriving at RoseBlood conservatory, she befriends the mysterious Thorn and realizes that in his presence she feels cured. But as their love grows, Thorn is faced with an impossible decision: lead Rune to her destruction, or save her and face the wrath of the phantom.
Howard is a master of retellings- her bestselling Splintered series is a celebrated visit to the world of Alice in Wonderland. She has always been a phan of the Phantom of the Opera in all the story's incarnations. ROSEBLOOD is her fifth novel for young adults. When she is not writing, A. G. enjoys rollerblading, gardening, and visiting 18th century graveyards or abandoned buildings to appease her muse's darker side.
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