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This is the second book to the Dark Musical Trilogy by Laura DeLuca. This is yet another Laura DeLuca young adult book worth reading. I feel that DeLuca did a great job of continuing on this story between Rebecca and Justyn.
They are in a new surrounding and involved in a new play. Yet, the drama in their lives is different. They are surrounded by a new group of friends and enemies in their lives.Their little romance even takes a few hits in this book.
DeLuca does a wonderful job of keeping the reader engaged in this story. She also makes sure that a person who didn’t read the first story can keep up with the gist of the story without having read the first one. Yet, at the same time the reader who has read the first book doesn’t feel like they are rereading the Phantom all over again.
I would recommend this book for any young adult who is looking for a bit of romance and suspense at the same time. (I’m a grown adult and enjoyed it as well, but I can tell her audience is primarily geared towards the young adult generation.)