[Epub] ↠ Eyes Like Stars (Théâtre Illuminata, #1) Author Lisa Mantchev – Valtrex-4.us

Eyes Like Stars (Théâtre Illuminata, #1) All Her World S A Stage Bertie Shakespeare Smith Is Not An Actress, Yet She Lives In A Theater.She S Not An Orphan, But She Has No Parents.She Knows Every Part, But She Has No Lines Of Her Own.That Is, Until Now Enter Stage RightNATE Dashing Pirate Will Do Anything To Protect BertieCOBWEB, MOTH, MUSTARDSEED, And PEASEBLOSSOM Four Tiny And Incredibly Annoying Fairies BERTIE S SidekicksARIEL Seductive Air Spirit And Bertie S Weakness The Symbol Of Impending Doom BERTIE Our HeroineWelcome To The Th Tre Illuminata, Where The Actors Of Every Play Ever Written Can Be Found Behind The Curtain They Were Born To Play Their Parts, And Are Bound To The Th Tre By The Book, An Ancient And Magical Tome Of Scripts Bertie Is Not One Of Them, But They Are Her Family, And She Is About To Lose Them All And The Only Home She Has Ever Known Lisa Mantchev Has Written A Debut Novel That Is Dramatic, Romantic, And Witty, With An Irresistible And Irreverent Cast Of Characters Who Are Sure To Enchant The AudienceOpen Curtain

[Epub] ↠ Eyes Like Stars (Théâtre Illuminata, #1)  Author Lisa Mantchev – Valtrex-4.us
  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Eyes Like Stars (Théâtre Illuminata, #1)
  • Lisa Mantchev
  • English
  • 16 March 2017
  • 0312380968

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Eyes Like Stars (Théâtre Illuminata, #1) Author Lisa Mantchev – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    For a magical fantasy book about fairies, Shakespearian characters and a heroine with blue hair, this is quite a dull lacklustre novel.It could have been great.Eyes Like Stars is about a theatre where characters from all the plays are trapped by a mystical Book of the Stage , doomed to repeatedly perform their roles on a continuous loop forever unless Bertie aided by the fairies from A Midsummer Night s Dream can discover the secrets of the Theatre Illuminata and what traps them there a For a magical fantasy book about fairies, Shakespearian characters and a heroine with blue hair, this is quite a dull lacklustre novel.It could have been great.Eyes Like Stars is about a theatre where characters from all the plays are trapped by a mystical Book of the Stage , doomed to repeatedly perform their roles on a continuous loop forever unless Bertie aided by the fairies from A Midsummer Night s Dream can discover the secrets of the Theatre Illuminata and what traps them there and just what, if anything, will set them free It all sounds full of fabulousness and magical excitement It isn t really.The characters a heroine with blue hair, Ariel from The Tempest, the fairies, a pirate, and an assortment of other seemingly wonderful creatures they sho...


  2. says:

    I feel like the village idiot, because half of the time I had no idea what the hell was going on So much stuff happened at the same time and for some reason I kept getting confused because of all the scene changes Am I really getting that old I liked Bertie a lot her hair is awesome and the 4 faeries are hilarious I even laughed out loud a few times I don t really understand her fixation on Ariel I kept getting distracted by an image of the Ariel the mermaid though, there really isn t mu I feel like the village idiot, because half of the time I ha...


  3. says:

    I loved it then, I love it now.


  4. says:

    Can imagine it as an animated film Hayao Miyazaki comes to mind.


  5. says:

    One of the most unique books I ve ever read, with a strong girl hero, a fascinating setting in the ultimate theater, and real fairies on wires What s not to like


  6. says:

    While reading Eyes Like Stars, here are some words that kept coming to mind Creative Fun Original Whimsical Hysterical but most importantly CLEVER The world of the Theatre that Mantchev has created is utterly and deliciously clever Everything about the book was enjoyable for me I was a little skeptical of the book s premise that all theater characters not just the Shakespearean on...


  7. says:

    What a magical story From the way its written in context of a play, to the magical way the Theatre works, to the many different actors and actresses that are actually fairies and mermaids and kings and queens who have come to be a part of this magical Theatre And among them all is Bertie, or Beatrice Shakespeare Smith She is a wild child who has grown up in the Theatre with no recollection of how she got there or who her parents are But none the less she has grown up into a beautiful and cr What a magical story From the way its written in context of a play, to the magical way the Theatre works, to the many different actors and actresses that are actually fairies and mermaids and kings and queens who have come to be a part of this magical Theatre And among them all is Bertie, or Beatrice Shakespeare Smith She is a wild child who has grown up in the Theatre with no recollection of how she got there or who her parents are But none the less she has grown up into a beautiful and creative young woman with so much life and beauty to contribute to the magical place in which she lives And that BEAUTIFUL cover OMG I want to see the entire book drawn by the artist who made that cover because just wow I loved her bedroom and how it was actually just a set on stage that disappeared each and ever day only to reappear in time for her to go back to bed I loved her friends the fairies from midsummer nights dream I loved that instead of a normal bath in the bathroom ...


  8. says:

    I have to get something off my chest takes deep breath I bought this book for it s cover I didn t even read the description first.This book takes place entirely in an enchanted theater ran by The Book The Book is what bounds the Players to the roles they were born to play, and it domineers over the magical scene changes 17 yr old Bertie is not a Player nor a crew member, but has called the Theater her home for the past 10 years, not knowing where she came from Bertie and her companions, t I have to get something off my chest takes deep breath I bought this book for it s cover I didn t even read the description first.This book takes place entirely in an enchanted theater ran by The Book The Book is what bounds the Players to the roles they were born to play, and it domineers over the magical scene changes 17 yr old Bertie is not a Player nor a crew member, but has called the Theater her home for the past 10 years, not knowing where she came from Bertie and her companions, the four mischievous fairies from A Midsummer Night s Dream and Nate, a minor pirate from The Little Mermaid, have been known to get into trouble After a particularly bad incident, it looks like Bertie s time in the Theater has finally come to pass But Be...


  9. says:

    Disclosure Lisa Mantchev is a friend and I ve been reading drafts of this book since before she found it s name Also, I freelance as her sidekick and occasional ninja Yes, I am bragging She s worth bragging about In Eyes Like Stars, Lisa Mantchev tells a simple story, about a found orphan struggling to save her home.E...


  10. says:

    Eyes Like MEH.I think the only things I enjoyed was Ariel and the idea of resetting Hamlet which, once again, was another plot that hyped the reader It also didn t help that Bertie acted like an idiot at times, and she was so RUDE to everyone There were so many times when she told people off when they were honestly trying to help her Then she pitted people against one another for her own gain She never took responsibility for her actions, and to top it all off, I never got the chemist...

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