The Summer of Impossible Things

The Summer of Impossible Things

An uplifting, emotional story as seen on ITV in the Zoe Ball Book Club

Summary


If you could change the past, would you?



*As seen on ITV in The Zoe Ball Book Club*

'Beautiful, well-written...I got goosebumps' Alex Jones

'Portrayed 1977 so brilliantly...it would make an amazing movie' Zoe Ball

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How far would you go to save the person you love?
Luna is about to do everything she can to save her mother's life.
Even if it means sacrificing her own.

A beautiful novel about family, courage, sacrifice and love in all its guises from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Memory Book

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With over 150 5* reviews, this is what readers are saying about this irresistible page-turner:

'Best book of the year for me'

'It's a poignant but ultimately life-affirming journey'

'A wonderful novel, full of love and friendship and vitality'

'This story was magical and I loved it'

'Truly outstanding storytelling'

'A book that really stayed with me'

Reviews

  • 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, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Break

About the author

Rowan Coleman

ROWAN COLEMAN is the Sunday Times bestselling and award winning

screenwriter and author of sixteen novels including THE MEMORY BOOK, THE SUMMER OF
IMPOSSIBLE THINGS, THE GIRL AT THE WINDOW and FROM NOW UNTIL FOREVER.

Rowan lives in Scarborough with her husband, large family and three dogs.
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