A heartfelt and moving coming of age story. Movies have always helped Ethan, our protagonist. Maybe it's because movies help him make sense of real life, or maybe it's because movies are the one place he can go to still feel close to his dad, a film professor who died three years ago. Either way, it's a place worth fighting for, especially when developers threaten to tear the classic Green Street Cinema down to build a luxury condos.
So now it's up to the employees of the Green Street Cinema to save the place they love. And it's going to take a movie miracle if the Green Street is going to have a happy ending. And when Raina, Ethan's oldest friend (and possible soul mate?), comes home from Hollywood where she's been starring in B-movies, Ethan thinks that miracle just may have been delivered.
This is a book that movies buffs, young adults and anyone who loves a great book will love. 4 stars