[Ebook] ↠ Perchance to Dream (Théâtre Illuminata, #2) Author Lisa Mantchev – Valtrex-4.us

Perchance to Dream (Théâtre Illuminata, #2) Act Two, Scene One Growing Up In The Enchanted Th Tre Illuminata, Beatrice Shakespeare Smith Learned Everything About Every Play Ever Written She Knew The Players And Their Parts, But She Didn T Know That She, Too, Had Magic Now, She Is The Mistress Of Revels, The Teller Of Tales, And Is Determined To Follow Her Stars She Is Ready For The Outside World Enter BERTIE AND COMPANY But The Outside World Soon Proves Topsy Turvy Than Any Stage Production Bertie Can Make Things Happen By Writing Them, But Outside The Protective Walls Of The Th Tre, Nothing Goes As Planned And Her Magic Cannot Help Her Make A Decision Between NATE Her Suave And Swashbuckling Pirate, Now In Mortal Peril.ARIEL A Brooding, Yet Seductive, Air Spirit Whose True Motives Remain Unclear.When Nate Is Kidnapped And Taken Prisoner By The Sea Goddess, Only Bertie Can Free Him Bertie S Dreams Are Haunted By Nate, Whose Love For Bertie Is Keeping Him Alive, But In The Daytime, It S Ariel Who Is Tantalizingly Close, And The One She Is Falling For Who Does Bertie Love The Most And Will Her Magic Be Powerful Enough To Save Her Once She Enters The Sea Goddess S Lair

[Ebook] ↠ Perchance to Dream (Théâtre Illuminata, #2)  Author Lisa Mantchev – Valtrex-4.us
  • Hardcover
  • 341 pages
  • Perchance to Dream (Théâtre Illuminata, #2)
  • Lisa Mantchev
  • English
  • 22 March 2018
  • 0312380976

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ Perchance to Dream (Théâtre Illuminata, #2) Author Lisa Mantchev – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    Words are like the delicate stitches in the dress you wear, holding the fabric of the garment together Without them, the dress and the world are nothing but barren cloth In this second installment of the Theatre Illuminata triology, Bertie and Co have left the Theatre and for the first time since Bertie can remember she is truly on her own With Nate trapped in the clutches of the evil sea goddess Sedna, Bertie and Ariel and her fairy companions have set out to rescue him and hope to findWords are like the delicate stitches in the dress you wear, holding the fabric of the garment together Without them, the dress and the world are nothing but barren cloth In this second installment of the Theatre Illuminata triology, Bertie and Co have left the Theatre and for the first time since Bertie can remember she is truly on her own With Nate trapped in the clutches of the evil sea goddess Sedna, Bertie and Ariel and her fairy companions have set out to rescue him and hope to find where Ophelia once lived and maybe even run into the Mysterious man that is supposedly Bertie s own father Along their journey they meet a few ...


  2. says:

    I can explain this book with a single gif Yeah That s all I can really say The first book made enough sense, and the story was plausible, but in this, the second book, everything just stops making sense What time period is this Where does this happen How did Bertie obtain this power What allows the Players to come to life, and still exist, even outside the Th treNone of this is ever explained, neither in this book nor the previous one It doesn t help that the writing is drowning in pur I can explain this book with a single gif Yeah That s all I can really say The first book made enough sense, and the story was plausible, but in this, the second book, everything just stops making sense What time period is this Where does this happen How did Bertie obtain this power What allows the Players to come to life, and still exist, even outside the Th treNone of this is ever explained, neither in this book nor the previous one It doesn t help that the writing is drowning in purple prose, so much so that it s practically impossible to follow what s going on, especially towards the end One moment, Bertie s standing in a cave with her arm stuck in the wall don t ask and the next, she s lying in a magical swamp with one of her boyfriends dressed as a white knight, standing over her on horseback Then, three seconds later, she s teleported to a stage covered in ice What Where How Speaking of her boyfriends Ariel I l...


  3. says:

    3.5 Stars I have so many thoughts about this book series I ve never quite read anything like it Unlike the first book which is told almost entirely through dialogue, this sequel turns todescriptive writing, partially to its benefit I think The story is still fantastical and magical, sometimes confusing, fast paced, and extremely fairy tale like yet this second installment was evenenchanting than the first It felt as if I was reading some kind of mystical play Lisa Mantchev spi 3.5 Stars I have so many thoughts about this book series I ve never quite read anything like it Unlike the first book which is told almost entirely through dialogue, this sequel turns todescriptive writing, partially to its benefit I think The story is still fantastical and magical, sometimes confusing, fast paced, and extremely fairy tale ...


  4. says:

    Alright, I managed to sit through the first book only because despite the jumbled mess of weak transitions, poor dialogue, unclear environment and inconsistant motivation, I enjoyed the overall aesthetics and stuck with it to see where it was going and hoped that the author would have grown by the second book Sadly, it s still just as much as a mess as the first I sat through the first one to try to give her the benefit of the doubt given that it was her first piece, but this is her second boo Alright, I managed to sit through the first book only because despite the jumbled mess of weak transitions, poor dialogue, unclear environment and inconsistant motivation, I enjoyed the overall aesthetics and stuck with it to see where it was going and hoped that the author would have grown by the second book Sadly, it s still just as much as a mess as the first I sat through the first one to try to give her the...


  5. says:

    Rating 2.5WARNING ranting and spoilers ahead lots of it Ah, sigh , what happened here What is this mess I loved Eyes Like Stars and yes, I know that often the second book in a trilogy wanders aimlessly, I was prepared for that what I was not prepared for was that Bertie, after growing up, and leaving her self centered conduct in the first book, looses all sense and sanity and makes decisions that are barely fit for a five year old Once her attitude can be taken as cute every Rating 2.5WARNING ranting and spoilers ahead lots of it Ah, sigh , what happened here What is this mess I loved Eyes Like Stars and yes, I know that often the second book in a trilogy wanders aimlessly, I was prepared for that what I was not prepared for was that Bertie, after growing up, and leaving her self centered conduct in the first book, looses all sense and sanity and makes decisions that are barely fit for a five year old Once her attitude can be taken as cute every teen has acted like that behavior, but twice I don t care for fast amends at the end not this time around.Second thing, the damn love triangleinsufferable than in the first book Every time Nate the possessive pouty pirate appeared I wanted to throw the book or crush it I know that he saved her from Sedna in the first book, and that she feels ...


  6. says:

    I loved ELS, and I loved Perchance as well This story goes in a different direction from its predecessor instead of the entire setting being within the Theatre, Bertie and Company take their show on the road, and therefore there saction driving Perchance, I think, and so it gave me an exhilarated, excited feeling as I was reading There were so pretty interesting discoveries made over the course of the story, and so that was fun The romantic angle ispronounced in Perchance, but t I loved ELS, and I loved Perchance as well This story goes in a different direction from its predecessor instead of the entire setting being within the Theatre, Bertie and Company take their show on the road, and therefore there saction driving Perchance, I think, and so it gave me an exhilarated, excited feeling as I was reading There were so pretty interesting discoveries made over the co...


  7. says:

    Not sure what happened here The first book was so good So so good But this one justcompletely feel flat for me Bertie was actually annoying me in this book and to be honest I can t even figure out why To me some things that were so obvious was a mystery to her, and her emotions didn t always make sense to me Ariel never convinced me of his goodness I did believe in his love for Bertie but I didn t buy that he was any less selfish than in the first book I believed one of the other char Not sure what happened he...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here 2.5 starsI still admire Lisa Mantchev s writing style and the wild, unabashed imagination that is bursting from every scene It is a glorious, magical ride and the trickiness of writing stories is used to full advantage.Bertie and Co have left the safety and familiarity of the Theatre and are journeying on their own to rescue Nate from the sea goddess Sedna There is friction between Ariel and Bertie, as Ariel desires to win her affections, while Bertie is fixated on Nate More on the love tri 2.5 starsI still admire Lisa Mantchev s writing style and the wild, unabashed imagination that is bursting from every scene It is a glorious, magical ride and the trickiness of writing stories is used to full advantage.Bertie and Co have left the safety and familiarity of the Theatre and are journeying on their own to rescue Nate from the sea goddess Sedna There is friction between...


  9. says:

    I m gonna be one of those people and start off with a story that somewhat relates to this review.I got back from my poetry class and wandered to the front door of my apartment There was a goldenrod flyer chilling next to my door for a restaurant called Wings Over I had gotten wings from this place whenever I visited Penn State, and I was in love with them If you ever get the chance to order wings from Wings OverDO IT Anywho, they had opened up a place in Rochester where I go to le colleg I m gonna be one of those people and start off with a story that somewhat relates to this review.I got back from my poetry class and wandered to the front door of my apartment There was a goldenrod flyer chilling next to my door for a restaurant called ...


  10. says:

    Why I read this I really enjoyed the first one and wanted to readabout Bertie and her adventures.Plot I have to be honest here This book felt scattered to me at times The setting was hard for me to picture Otherwise, it was the usual rescue adventure with obstacles caused by mystical forces The whole setting felt surreal and I couldn t seem to focus on what was going on and then suddenly they were moving on to something else It was kind of a trip.Characters Okay, why can t Ariel ju Why I read this I really enjoyed the first one and wanted to readabout Bertie and her adventures.Plot I have to be honest here This book felt scattered to me at times The setting was hard for me to picture Otherwise, it was the usual rescue adventure with obstacles caused by mystical forces The whole setting felt surreal and...

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