Maddy Alone

Maddy Alone With the rest of the Blue Door company away at drama school and the their theatre company temporarily closed the imminent holidays hold no excitement for Maddy Fayne But the arrival of a film compan

  • Title: Maddy Alone
  • Author: Pamela Brown
  • ISBN: 9780955242816
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • With the rest of the Blue Door company away at drama school, and the their theatre company temporarily closed, the imminent holidays hold no excitement for Maddy Fayne.But the arrival of a film company in Fenchester, and their unexpected search for a new young leading lady, open up possibilities that Maddy s friends can only dream of.
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    • Lucy_k_p says:

      This book is the second in a series. The first book, 'The Swish of the Curtain', was one I really loved as a kid. It's about a group of children who start up their own theatre. I didn't find out until recently that Brown write it when she was 14. Even rereading it as an adult, I think the only way it shows is in the characters behaving believably and age appropriately. After reading 'The Swish of the Curtain' I desperately wanted to read the next book, but I was told that none of the rest had be [...]

    • Margaret says:

      This is a sequel to The Swish of the Curtain, in which Maddy, the youngest of the Blue Door Theatre Company, is chosen to star in a film. It's cute but slight, and I missed the other young people, as the interplay between them was a large part of what made The Swish of the Curtain enjoyable. Plus, the idea of a whole film being rewritten and recast because of a -- gasp! -- historical inaccuracy made me larf and larf.

    • Toni says:

      I was absolutely thrilled to see the "Swish of the Curtain" books back in print, and I loved reading about the further adventures of Maddy in this one. I missed the rest of the Blue Doors (who have all gone to theatre school, leaving Maddy alone in Fenchester, and understandably bored and frustrated), but Maddy is such a quirky and funny character that she almost makes up for the loss of the rest of the group. The reappearance of the Bishop and Mrs Potter-Smith added to the fun, and on the whole [...]

    • Sonya says:

      The most amazing book ever.I don't care what everyone says this is a must readn't read the bad reviews,they are bad criticseat and I loved it

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