Book Review#15: Train To Impossible Places by P.G.Bell

“From Trollville to the five corners of reality, my dear. No package too big, no postcard too small. Come rain, shine or meteor shower, the Impossible Postal Express will deliver.”

GOODREADS SYNOPSIS:

A nonstop middle-grade fantasy adventure, The Train to Impossible Places by debut author P. G. Bell is as fun as it is full of heart, and the first book of a planned trilogy.

A train that travels through impossible places. A boy trapped in a snow globe. And a girl who’s about to go on the adventure of a lifetime.

The Impossible Postal Express is no ordinary train. It’s a troll-operated delivery service that runs everywhere from ocean-bottom shipwrecks, to Trollville, to space.

But when this impossible train comes roaring through Suzy’s living room, her world turns upside down. After sneaking on board, Suzy suddenly finds herself Deputy Post Master aboard the train, and faced with her first delivery―to the evil Lady Crepuscula.

Then, the package itself begs Suzy not to deliver him. A talking snow globe, Frederick has information Crepuscula could use to take over the entire Union of Impossible Places. But when protecting Frederick means putting her friends in danger, Suzy has to make a difficult choice―with the fate of the entire Union at stake.

“A broad mouth, as wide as a toad’s, was pulled into a sneer beneath it, while two small yellow eyes squinted at her over the top. This strange face was set in a round, bald head, with skin as dark and knotted as old tree bark. A huge pair of pointed ears stuck out on either side. Even more grey hair sprouted from inside them.”

REVIEW:

#traintoimpossibleplaces by @pgbellwriter .This story is about a twelve year old girl named Suzy, Who’s a budding physicist. One night Suzy got awake due to some noises from the living room, her world turns upside down. And from here she embarks on an adventure into the Impossible Places, places that defy her knowledge of reality but are real nonetheless, perhaps that’s because she knows about physics, but not fuzzics, the fuzzier laws of the natural world that rule in the Impossible Places. After sneaking on board, Suzy suddenly finds herself Deputy Post Master aboard the train, and so her real journey begins, where you’ll witness unbelievable character’s, intriguing plotline, a frog in a snow globe, a bear in yellow color, ghosts and trolls and witches and many more IMPOSSIBLE things.
I absolutely loved the idea of this magical train that truly did the impossible, whether it be the ability of transforming houses for a railway or through the ignorance of gravity. Add on trolls and I was caught hook, line, and sinker. This impossible journey made me curious throughout the book I couldn’t made the right assumptions throughout my read, whatever I thought got wrong. A page turner book by the author. A book that is entertaining, interesting, absorbing, engaging, gripping and enthralling. A book full of action and suspense. I absolutely loved this book thank you @usborne_books @usborneya and @n.k_literarynerd for the book.

MY PERSPECTIVE:

I absolutely loved the idea of this magical train that truly did the impossible, whether it be the ability of transforming houses for a railway or through the ignorance of gravity. Add on trolls and I was caught hook, line, and sinker. This impossible journey made me curious throughout the book I couldn’t made the right assumptions throughout my read, whatever I thought got wrong. A page turner book by the author. A book that is entertaining, interesting, absorbing, engaging, gripping and enthralling. A book full of action and suspense. I absolutely loved this book thank you @usborne_books @usborneya and @n.k_literarynerd for the book.

Recommend:

It’s a middle grade illustrated book that is full of action with the touch of magic. You’ll be on the board throughout the book. A gripping tale. You’ll fall in love with the illustrations and it’s cover.

Rate:

5/5

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