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Sally's Movie Diary: Movie Reviews from a Time-Traveling Girl [Kindle Edition]

Catherine Harriott
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Film fan Sally Soforth has been time traveling though a secret portal where she met Adrian, a boy from the past. Now she’s writing this diary to him about the movies she loves and her dreams for the future, but is he really there or does she just wish he was?

This companion eBook to Missing in Time is a lighthearted look at the world of cinema through the eyes of a girl—from animation to live action and adventure; from black-and-white classics to science fiction and fantasy; from family-friendly blockbusters to a sprinkling of suspense—Sally's Movie Diary has lots of movie magic for every taste.

Note: Recommended for anyone who wants to be an actor or director.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant book 20 Mar. 2014
By EveJ
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Enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoyed Missing in Time by the same author. Do yourself a favour and read it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 4 Feb. 2015
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Great fun - full of interesting facts.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Get the scoop on the magic of the cinema! 6 Feb. 2014
By In the Bookcase - Published on Amazon.com
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"Sally's Movie Diary" is the brand new companion book to Catherine Harriott's "Missing in Time".

Summary: In "Missing in Time", Sally Soforth happened to fall backwards in time, to 1912. While she was trapped as a housemaid over a century ago, she made a new friend -- a boy named Adrian Merryweather. They got along well, although Adrian couldn't always comprehend Sally's comments about the films she enjoyed so much.

In this new book, Sally pens down her thoughts on movies, since she wants Adrian to learn more about the fantastic world of cinematography. Reviewing some of her own favorites, Sally covers quite a variety, from black-and-white classics to modern-made movies (the perfect kind of selection for my taste). I'm not saying that I would watch all of the movies included, but it was fun to read about them in a diary/story format.

Within each chapter, you're not just reading a girl's point-of-view about movies, but you're learning interesting tidbits and behind-the-scenes facts (things that will make you look cool when you tell other people about the movie!). Some of my favorite diary entries were about "The Wizard of Oz", "Mary Poppins", and "Up". I became interested in other films Sally talked about like "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" and "The Secret of Roan Inish". I'm sure you'll find some "new" movies to interest you when reading the diary.

Overall, this is a great book, and makes for a fun read -- especially if you're interested in getting the scoop on the magic of the cinema.

So happy to have been a beta reader for this book!
3.0 out of 5 stars it is well written and exhibits her amazing amount of movie viewing 6 Oct. 2014
By peter g - Published on Amazon.com
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Catherine is my niece so I am a bit biased ! However , it is well written and exhibits her amazing amount of movie viewing. She must have little time for anything else - she certainly doesn't have time to send me an email , eh Catherine ??
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