The Summer of Impossible Things (Paperback)Rowan Coleman (author)
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Chosen for the Zoe Ball Book Club
Watching my mother’s face for the first time since the night she died, I am altered. I am unravelled and undone – in one instant becoming a stranger in my own skin.
If you could change the past, would you?
How far would you go to save the person you love?
Devastated by her mother’s suicide, Luna is in New York dealing with her mother’s estate when something impossible happens.
She finds herself in 1977 and about to witness a week in her mother’s life that would change it forever.
Luna is about to do everything she can to save her mother's life. Even if it means sacrificing her own.
'Prepare to lose your heart...' - Lisa Jewell
'A lovely, magical, time-bending read...' - Matt Haig
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 291 g
Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 27 mm
'It feels like a long time since I loved a book as much. I was captivated! Brilliant, different...charming and moving...I stayed up half the night to finish it' - Marian Keyes
'This epic love story is reminiscent of The Time Traveler's Wife...beautifully written' - Daily Mail
'...a lovely, magical, time-bending read...There is a lovely smooth glow to the writing' - Matt Haig
'A tear-jerking, time travelling epic...' - Red
'An emotional roller coaster that will floor you with its depth and believability' - The Sun
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Absolutely outstanding - this was a joy to read, even when it made me cry!!
I shall be recommending this to everyone, it's a beautiful story about the lengths people will go to to save the ones they love.
“An emotional, smart and thoughtful read”
This is a really special book; it's one that made me think and made me cry, ultimately leaving me pondering the story after I'd finished it.
From the brilliant characters - hugely likable Luna and sister,... More
“ beautiful. beautiful book. Perfect for summer reading.”
This is an outstanding read. A beautiful, beautiful book. Not, I hasten to add, strictly speaking a crime book (which I mostly review) – though it does have a crime at the heart of it. Rather it is a magical piece of... More
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