Week 3 - pages 175 - 255 Serafina and the Splintered Heart by Robert Beatty

Week 3 - pages 175 - 255 Serafina and the Splintered Heart by Robert Beatty
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  • "She closed her eyes and reopened them but it made no difference. It was still pitch dark"
  • "But she wasn't floating in the black void of the cloak anymore. She was lying on her back on a long, flat, cold surface.
  • "Where am I? How did I get here?"
  • "She tried to clear her throat, but then all at once she took in a sudden, violent, jerking breath and sucked in a great gasp of air, as if it was the very first breath she had ever taken"
  • "Then a sound finally came: a thudding in her ears that was more real more pressing then anything she had ever heard"
  • "Thump-thump"
  • "Thump-thump, thump-thump"
  • "Thump-thump, thump-thump, thump-thump"
  • "My body... I'm in my body... I'm alive... I'm truely alive..."
  • Serafina was trapped in the black cloak, that is what she could remember. She agreed to enter so that her splintered soul could be reunited, but what if Rowena did not hold her end of the deal and free Serafina? But it was to late now so she waited for the cloak to be torn apart and it was. But where was Serafina now?
  • After being freed Serafina still could not discover where she was, somewhere dark and damp? And around her she smelled dirt but where could she be? She can't remember, but then her thoughts were interupted because she felt something. Wait she felt something, but she was never able to feel anything as a spirit...
  • I chose this scene because it is when Serafina gains a solid form again, she is able to walk and talk with normal people and she can feel again. This is important because there is still another battle yet to come and now Serafina can fight it.
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