Join the journey to Impossible Places, where there's magic at every stop... Suzy is surprised to find a grumpy troll building a railway through her house - especially when a gigantic steam train crashes into her hallway! This is the Impossible Postal Express, the trusty delivery service of the Union of Impossible Places, and Suzy becomes its newest recruit. And with her cursed first package, an Impossible adventure begins.
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 368
Dimensions: 210 x 150 mm
A harum-scarum fantasy adventure crammed with quirky action. * The Observer *
Rollicking entertainment. * The Sunday Times *
All aboard for an unforgettable journey. * The Sunday Express *
An excellent read for young and old - full of fun, magic, adventure and a hint of danger * The Independent *
Bursting with influences, particularly Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett, but has a crazy, pacy charm all its own. * The Guardian *
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