Hi people. I have a swollen hand due to extra writing so please don’t mind my short introduction today. I won’t be adding tags or categories today as my hand can’t sustain any more pain. So let’s start the post, shall we???
So today is the last day of the book marathon. From tomorrow I will be on a short break for 1 week as I have to take care of my swollen hand and study also. So I will be saying bye today. I might post once this week but looking at my hand’s state, I don’t know how. So let’s start this post. Come on, people.
Author: Carolyn Keene.
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Genre: Juvenile Fiction < Action and Adventures < Mysteries and Detective Stories.
Chapter: 15 Chapters.
Pages: 148 pages.
Series: Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #123.
Time: 2 hours.
Publishing / Published: 1 April 1995.
Nancy attends the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, honouring the late, great film director Joseph Block. Even Velma Ford, queen of the silent screen, comes out of hiding to take part. But in a scene worthy of one of her movies, Velma’s appearance is marked by a sinister twist to the plot.
Barnes and Noble: 🌟4/5 Stars🌟.
Amazon: 🌟4.7/5 Stars🌟.Taken from the respective sources
Ok, I can’t get enough of Nancy Drew. She has been my reading inspiration and I want to write stories like Carolyn Keene. This book was so beautiful. I loved it. The story and the concept of this novel is so adventurous. I loved how the author carved the story around the filming of old cinema movies and still didn’t let the plot belittle the movies. Perfectly written and plotted thoroughly well. I always love the uniqueness of Nancy and her gang although I did miss Nancy working with her crew to solve the mystery. This time she was working with different people and the work of Bess and George was showed less so I didn’t like it but that doesn’t change my feelings for Nancy Drew and I still love and adore her.
So that’s it for today. I hope you loved this review. I will be back soon with one more review and hope you all are safe and sound. Take care and see you soon, until then…
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