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Phantom Begins

By: Mark Roeder
Narrated by: Denver Cody Marshall
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Music is the love of Jordan’s life. At 13, he meets a teacher who not only shares that love and gives him private lessons, but introduces him to one of the greatest pianists in the world.

Jordan soon forms a band, which performs anywhere there is an audience and gets its first break when hired by Mystic Gardens, an amusement park in Indiana. From there, their careers take off, and they become the world-famous band Phantom.

Phantom Begins is the story of Jordan, Kieran, and Ross and their rise to fame, but it’s also the story of Jordan’s first love at 13, his concerns for his single mother, and the dedication of a middle school music teacher who sees his potential and gives his all to make it flourish.

©2018 Mark A. Roeder (P)2020 Mark A. Roeder

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Good story... But...

I wondered of how Phatom git started? And now I know. But, listening to this book. was boring. because the narrator was boring. No excitement, No "UMPH" just, monotone. The story of Phatom is a good one, and starting out as 13 years old boys? WOW! We don't hear about Taylor except in passing. But, this tells the story of Taylor's off-spring and what highs & lows that he & his band mates go through to become Phatom.

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  • D. J. Macey
  • 02-01-21

real good listen

another good novel my mark a roeder one you got to get off you enjoy he's novels