Holy s***. This book. I loved everything about it. The zingy dialogue, the romance, the suspense. The alternate history . . . It’s a love story of the greatest kind.
Reclusive bookseller Shaun Ryan has always believed that his uncle Teddy died in a car accident twenty years ago. Then he learns the truth: Teddy fled his home in Catholic, deeply conservative County Wicklow, Ireland, for New York and hasn’t been heard from since.
But Shaun has a burning need to find out the truth. His search is unsuccessful until he’s contacted by Chris Guzman, a woman who runs a website dedicated to matching missing-persons cases with unidentified bodies.
Thank you Elise Dumpleton at The Nerd Daily for the awesome Q&A about Impossible ⚡️ We talk inspiration for the novel, favourite bits I really enjoyed writing, what's next on my agenda and I give out some hot reading recommendations!
Diane Awerbuck gives Impossible a full five stars! After a brief synopsis Awerbuck talks about her thoughts on Impossible.
From her writing shed in the middle of nowhere, Sarah talks about why she wrote Impossible and hints at the twist.
A house swap in Paris with a couple they meet online seems like the perfect chance to leave their troubles behind them.