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READ & REVIEWED: Impossible Creatures by Katherine Rundell

Impossible Creatures by Katherine Rundell is an fast-paced adventure filled with magical creatures and themes of love and hope.

Impossible Creatures Katherine Rundell middle grade books children review

After seeing rave reviews for Katherine Rundell’s newly-released middle-grade novel, Impossible Creatures, I had to get it from Experal Singapore!

Impossible Creatures Katherine Rundell middle grade books children review

In this fantasy story, Christopher discovers the Archipelago, a cluster of islands where mythical creatures like unicorns, griffins and dragons live alongside humans. He befriends Mal, a girl who is pursued by a killer, and upon learning that the magic protecting the Archipelago is fading, they embark on a quest to save the islands and its magical creatures. Their journey is fraught with danger as they encounter mythical beasts and treacherous humans, but it also has them discovering about love, hope and heartache.

Impossible Creatures Katherine Rundell middle grade books children review

This is one story I would love to see being made into a movie – what a visual spectacle it would be given its fantastic worldbuilding, and twisty and fast-paced storyline! The Guardian’s Bestiary at the start of the story comes with illustrations and description of the magical creatures and is great for referring to when readers come across them along the quest. I highly recommend this for tweens and those older who love a good fantasy adventure.

Impossible Creatures Katherine Rundell middle grade books children review

Thank you Experal Singapore for getting Impossible Creatures so quickly to us! Do check out Experal at Experal.com and its Shopee store at Experal Singapore and Experal Sg for more new fiction and non-fiction releases!


Disclaimer: The book was provided by Experal Singapore for my review. My opinions and reviews here are strictly my and my family’s own.


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