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So Silver Bright By Lisa Mantchev So Silver Bright Act Three Scene OneBertie thinks her quest is almost done With the help of Ariel and the rest of her friends she has managed to find her father and rescue Nate from Sedna the Sea Goddess Now all s

  • Title: So Silver Bright
  • Author: Lisa Mantchev
  • ISBN: 9780312380984
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Hardcover
  • So Silver Bright By Lisa Mantchev Act Three, Scene OneBertie thinks her quest is almost done With the help of Ariel and the rest of her friends, she has managed to find her father and rescue Nate from Sedna, the Sea Goddess Now, all she has to do is reunite her father, the Scrimshander, with her mother, Ophelia, and she will finally have a true family of her own.Exit Stage RightHowever, things are neverAct Three, Scene OneBertie thinks her quest is almost done With the help of Ariel and the rest of her friends, she has managed to find her father and rescue Nate from Sedna, the Sea Goddess Now, all she has to do is reunite her father, the Scrimshander, with her mother, Ophelia, and she will finally have a true family of her own.Exit Stage RightHowever, things are never easy for Beatrice Shakespeare Smith Her father has vanished, Sedna is out for revenge, her own actions have trapped the Th tre Illuminata in a strange kind of limbo, and the stress of her in between state is tearing apart the fragile threads of her mother s sanity Bertie s best hope for salvaging the situation may lie in a summons by Her Gracious Majesty, Queen of the Distant Castle, and the hope of winning the magical boon given to the best performance.Bertie is caught between her growing responsibilities to home and family, and the dream of flying free just as her heart is torn between her two loves, Nate and Ariel With so any forces pulling on her, how will Bertie be able to choose which wish to make come true
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    1. Jillian -always aspiring- on said:

      COVER, COVER, COVER, OOOOH, PRETTY COVER D And Silver for Ariel, perhaps 3

    2. Laurel on said:

      I am upset that the Th tre Illuminata has come to a close I m so upset, I could throw an apple at a Charmeleon.Moving on, finishing this trilogy gave me many emotions I just wanted to run away and not finish it because thenwell, I d be finished Finished with Bertie, finished with Ariel, the fairies, the Th tre Illuminata I don t want to leave this magic.And IIIIIIIIIIIIIIwill always loooove youuuuuu For the first time since My Sister s Keeper, I was violently crying I teared for Peter Pan, this [...]

    3. Edrillan (vampire junkie) on said:

      WTF what kind of ending was that they killed my ARIEL okay not actually killed but the same nonetheless he s freaking gone I would have given this 10 freaking stars if they didn t banished ARIEL if he is supposed to be a wind in the first place you shouldn t have introduce him to us Why did Bertie set him free I m sure he wanted to stay right right I hate it I hate I hate it in the end she still chose NATE I have them both ARIEL is the only good thing that happened to me in here I freaking hate [...]

    4. Jeri on said:

      I loved this so much Lots of Nate just like I hoped I always a joy to read to a friend So much happens in such a short span of time Absolutely love it Wonderful ending that I m happy with hoping for .

    5. Robin on said:

      Damn, that was good.If you haven t read the rest of this series, you need to go pick it up right this minute, and read it without stopping the world Lisa Mantchev has built with the Theatre Illuminata is intoxicating.You ll laugh, you ll cry, you ll go to Shakespeare and read the source material You ll wish the fairies from Midsummer Night s Dream would follow you around you ll contemplate dying your hair black and blue you ll quote well than half the text on your kindle and all the people in y [...]

    6. shady on said:

      Now see here, Ms Mantchev I ve gots a bone ta pick witcha bout that there endin Yes, it was beautiful Yes, it made complete and total sense But, view spoiler being Team Ariel through and through, it made me feel some type of way _ hide spoiler Regardless, this series was a wonderful ride, and I had a blast hanging out with Bertie and the gang I can t wait to see what the author will whip up in the future

    7. Ash on said:

      Ariel My heart goes out to you The writing style hurts my head, and is best used in small doses With that said, my two star rating might be bumped up to a 3 at a later date, since I just read the entire book and gave myself a headache Basically, the only reason one might want to read anything other than the first and last page because, reading that, you ll be able to guess the whole story is to get the bits of Ariel and the fairies Bertie makes me gag at points, and Nate is just toohhistorical r [...]

    8. Kirsten on said:

      To be honest, I was kind of disappointed with this book I remember feeling so much excitement with the other installments, but not so much with So Silver Bright I think Mantchev was trying to shove so much into this last installment the conflict with Sedna, Bertie s past, the love triangle, the large cast of characters that I don t feel as if anything was really flushed out like it should ve been If you re going to set up a love triangle, do something with the damned love triangle besides having [...]

    9. Crystal on said:

      Parting is such sweet sorrow That is the feeling that Lisa Mantchev s new novel, So Silver Bright, evokes from the reader In the final book of the Theatre Illuminata trilogy, So Silver Bright provides a fitting, and bittersweet, conclusion to a wonderfully enchanting story So Silver Brightbegins where Perchance to Dream, the second book in the Theatre Illuminata trilogy, concludes The stakes are higher than ever as Bertie races to reunite her father and mother, save her beloved theatre that is c [...]

    10. Jane on said:

      The Theatre Illuminata trilogy kind of has this Hunger Games issue going on The first one, Eyes Like Stars, is super fun It s about a magical theater where all the characters of every play ever written live and perform There are tons of Shakespeare references The obligatory love triangle and the constant descriptions of food are a bit annoying, but never stifling The sequel, Perchance to Dream, isn t quite as entertaining, perhaps because protagonist Beatrice Bertie Shakespeare Smith and her ent [...]

    11. ephrielle on said:

      Can you imagine if all your words had the power to become reality Or should I say some rather messed up version of reality It seems that Beatrice can imagine anything into being Yep, that is right absolutely anything Time and time again in this book she pulls the most random and impossible things out of her brain To top that off she is dragging two rather odd men along for the ride.I really don t like Beatrice Whiny, trouble making, life destroying are all good descriptions for her I wasn t at a [...]

    12. Sanaa on said:

      2 Stars This final installment of the Theatre Illuminata trilogy just did not work for me I gave the first book in the trilogy 4 stars and the second book in the trilogy 3.5 stars I thought they were the definition of whimsical, theatrical, dreamy, and just so different One thing I never liked about those books, however, was the romance The romance was brought to the forefront in this final installment which is why it really just grated on my nerves I felt like after all this time Bertie and the [...]

    13. April Carr on said:

      Although I am sad the trilogy has come to an end, I absolutely loved this book As I neared the end, I wanted to stop and put it down so I did not have to finish it, because I wasn t sure if there would be in the future I did not want the characters adventure to be over Although I was surprised to see a certain character go, the whole thing was well written I love the way Lisa Mantchev writes I see hints of Shakespeare everywhere The talk of cupcakes and sweets, made me crave for one every time [...]

    14. Cat on said:

      I will read anything Lisa writes, forever It can even be random scribbles on napkins She s that brilliant with words.Her writing is like buttercream frosting and enchantment and cinnamon swirls all in one.

    15. Cassidy on said:

      Can t wait for cover its probably as amazing as the 1st and 2nd ones

    16. Lauren on said:

      Upon further reflection, and the opportunity to use my laptop and not my iPod s touch screen, I decided to retype my review I want to be a little bit fair to this book, and this series, as well as consider a few other factors Overall, I don t feel that my star rating changes, though I will warn readers, further on in this review are spoilers if you haven t read the end, you may not want to read my thoughts on what went wrong with this book and series.What works with So Silver Bright For one, th [...]

    17. Ashley on said:

      So Silver Bright is the thrilling and heart breaking ending to the Theatre Illumiata trilogy It takes all the action, romance, suffering, and adventures that Bertie and Company have gone through in the two previous books, and wraps everything up I m in mourning right now, for several reasons, the most prominent being that So Silver Bright is the last foray into Bertie s world that we ll ever get And, oh, did I love her world But, I can t be too sad, because this was the perfect ending to the ser [...]

    18. Addison Drake on said:

      I hadn t had the time to read this book until recently, and I couldn t finish it I m upset because the first book I really adored and found very unique, second one kinda just felt like a bridge for the third to me which was okay There were some things I loved and others I didn t about the second, but I assumed the third would give me all the answers, satisfaction etcs that I really looked for in this book Nothing, I didn t get any of those I don t know what happened but something terrible did Wh [...]

    19. Kayleigh on said:

      I ll admit I m biased here it s no secret that love triangles are one of my least favorite plot devices but I felt this was the weakest of the series For starters, Bertie is almost unrecognizable I don t know what happened to the strong, independent albeit a little selfish girl who sought her own way in the world and would be put upon by no one , but she s gone In her place is an insipid, passive aggressive coward who seeks quick fixes to all her problems rather than work to earn the happy endin [...]

    20. Harmony Beaufort on said:

      The series finale of Lisa Mantchev s Theatre Illuminata trilogy was everything I expected it to me fun, beautiful, and enchanting You will cry like a baby reading the end of this book guys Lisa takes us through Beatrice s final journey trying to discover herself, her family, and what she s going to do with her life now that she s discovered so many things about her past and her increasing complicated relationship with both Nate and Ariel Lisa has a writing style that is so beautiful and has an a [...]

    21. Perenelle on said:

      Okay, let s get RIGHT down to businessUM, THIS BOOK IS SO FREAKING AWESOME I really don t know how Lisa Mantchev pulled it off Really This is so amazing, I cried at that part where nevermind Not going to think about it NOT GOING TO LET THE TEARS FALL AGAIN.Let me tell you the faults in this book.1 Way too fast at some parts, got me confused, but like I said before, maybe it s because I m not thinking properly 2 I STILL WANT BERTIE TO CHOOSE ARIEL OH WAIT, HIS FREAKING NAME KEEPS REMINDING ME OF [...]

    22. Kate (VerbVixen) on said:

      So Silver Bright Eyes Like Stars Book 3 Lisa MantchevNow I know, you re all itching for some juicy tidbits as to what happens in this book I will not give them to you, so stop the begging You must read them for yourself They must be experienced you must revel and rage as I did reading them I will say this though it was not until the ending that I realized how I had pinned my hopes on our heroine and a leading man until I found those hopes dashed At the same time, the end fulfills my definition o [...]

    23. Sarah Insomnia on said:

      I ve been on again, off again with this series It was sweet, and perky and whimsical, and my regret is that I m not sure I was able to enjoy it to its fullest.The whimsical characters and fairy tale descriptions in this story are all something to be revered It s not everyday someone can take characters from literature that are all known and loved and make them perfectly their own, without ruining them or disappointing the audience I was thoroughly impressed by how true they all stayed throughout [...]

    24. Lo on said:

      This book picks up right where the second book of the Th tre Illuminata series, Perchance to Dream, ended, with Bertie and friends just managing to escape death from the Sea Goddess Sedna.Once again, the love triangle is in full swing As it was revealed in the last book, Bertie s love for Ariel and Nate is exactly the same, which caused steamy moments with both men I found this particularly annoying, even when she was with the guy I liked better I don t think it is possible to be in love with bo [...]

    25. K on said:

      I wasn t capital I invested, but I liked this conclusion.Bertie managed to rescue Nate from the Sea Goddess with Ariel s help Now all that s left to do is get her father, the Scrimshander, back to the Th tre and her mother, Ophelia Beatrice Shakespeare Smith and Company Bertie, Ariel, Nate, the fairies, and the sneak thief are waylaid when the Queen extends an invitation to perform at her birthday celebrations and the chance to win a wish come true Bertie s most sincere wish is for her family so [...]

    26. Melissa on said:

      A thoroughly satisfying conclusion to a most imaginative trilogy If nothing else, Bertie has taught us to remain steadfast in our beliefs and that one must never underestimate the power of words.A great element of this series is the humor and the 4 faeries do not disappoint They have so many funny quotes and really, I do wish I have the four of them as my best friends Action packed this book most certainly is, it s very fast paced and surprisingly, I loved every moment of it not a single scene I [...]

    27. Miss Clark on said:

      2.5 starsI am a playwright, a teller of tales whose words become reality I have flown and fallen, and I have swum deep and drowned, but there should be to love than I survived it BertieAs per the previous two installments, Mantchev has a lovely style, some great imagery and language, fun and creative casts and sets, but it all lacks a certain internal logic and grounded realism Too airy Too insubstantial All a dream and in no way can I pin it down So many little things unexplained Too many indi [...]

    28. J.M. Stetson on said:

      It s been a while since I ve read this one, but the ending still makes me burn with annoyance.So while everything gets resolved, there s the fact of the love triangle However, it s solved by the CHEAPEST WAY YOU CAN GET She has to default to one guy because the other finds his destiny elsewhere.A bit on this Through out this entire book she s so heavily leaning towards one guy it s not even funny In fact, its ridiculous To the point where even though he wasn t my favorite I was like Oh, she s s [...]

    29. Tracy on said:

      Lisa Mantchev does it again The third, and sadly final, book in the trilogy was equally as entertaining as its predecessors A journey come to a close, a couple surprising twists and an ending that isnt quite what I expected have left me completely satisfied with this series and slightly empty at the realization that it s over I want Nate, Ariel, Bertie and definitely of my favourite four fairies I strongly suggest this series to anyone that enjoys a little magic in their life.

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