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Missing in Time: Sally Soforth and the Secret Portal (English Edition) van [Harriott, Catherine]
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Lengte: 245 pagina's Verbeterd lettertype: Ingeschakeld Bladeren: Ingeschakeld
Taal: Engels

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A seaside manor house in Robin Hood’s Bay holds a time-travel secret. When Sally falls back to the past and into the harsh life of a servant, she and her footman friend Adrian must unlock the key that will get her home. But by messing with time has Sally ruined the future and put the boy in danger?

Missing in Time is set in the seaside village of Robin Hood’s Bay, Yorkshire, England, in the strict Edwardian world of upstairs/downstairs and the true dramatic events that unfolded 100 years ago.


  • Editie: Kindle-editie
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  • Printlengte: 245 pagina's
  • Verkocht door: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Taal: Engels
  • ASIN: B007RWXZ6A
  • Tekst-naar-spraak: Ingeschakeld
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4.0 van 5 sterren Time travel 5 maart 2014
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If you enjoy stories about time travel you will enjoy this. A little slow reading at times but mostly kept your interest. I would recommend
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5.0 van 5 sterren Uncle Peter's review 13 maart 2014
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My review is certain to be biased because Catherine is my niece - who I haven't seen for some years. I live in Australia and left England in 1970 when Catherine was a little girl. She was very charming and also smart and I am not really surprised that she has produced travel books and now this novel. I think it is a well thought out tale and well written and I enjoyed it.
If Catherine reads this , my email address is with Amazon and they have my permission to give it to you. All the best from Uncle Peter.
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4.0 van 5 sterren A lovely bit of time travel 26 juli 2013
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I had wanted to read 'Missing in Time' by Catherine Harriott for a long while. So glad I got the chance to finally read it.

Sally Soforth is visiting her Aunt Dottie's house in England and unsuspectingly falls into another time period --- the year of 1912 to be exact. While adjusting, she learns many facts true to that part of history (great work, author!) and Sally also makes a friend or two. In particular, she meets the young footman of Brumpton Manor, Adrian Merryweather. He becomes a true friend and helps her out of many slippery situations as she tries to adapt to a new (or, old!) way of living. Sally desperately wants to get back to modern day times though, no matter how delightful everything was a hundred years ago. Living a servant's life in 1912 is not exactly the cream of the crop.

Oh, the accents that the characters talk with... and the vocabulary they use... it all ties the story together and truly makes you feel as if you are there in Robin Hood's Bay, England. It's definitely a place I'd like to visit! I have only Catherine Harriott to thank for that.

As a hobby, I love watching old movies, especially the black and white films. I felt that I quite connected with Sally, who watches movies every day (in her regular life in modern times), and she is constantly making references to certain movies. It certainly caused some funny moments when Sally might mention something to Adrian which he couldn't possibly understand. And for that matter, vice versa.

Note to Titanic fans: Most of the book does take place in 1912, but only the last 1/3 of the book mentions the Titanic. The subject matter sprinkled additional interest into the story for a maritime history fan like myself.

The author wrote 'Missing in Time' with great skill and polished research. Oh, and... the ending really made me smile.

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