Probable Impossibilities

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Cody's friend, Gen, thinks she spotted Bigfoot in the woods. George Roge, an Internet blogger, is tracking the creature down. His blogs have attracted the press and curiosity seekers. George is getting close to their town. Too close. Cody wants life to return to normal, but Gen insists on going back into the woods to rescue Bigfoot. More
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About Steven & Margaret Larson

After reading fantasy for many years, we took up the pen and began writing. Our stories are children’s fantasy tales about travel and discovery. These are not the trips advertised in a colorful adventure brochure. These journeys begin by stepping through a secret door into a gnome world, or using a magnifying glass to slip into a picture. Sometimes worlds merge together in mist, or time overlaps in the darkness of a cave.

In the sunlight, our modest home is not nearly as enchanting as the gnome house of our imagination. The maple and dogwoods in our yard do not have secret doors, at least none that we have discovered. Gnomes sitting in the grass amid the dandelions appear to be simple statuary. But when things are bathed in silky moonlight, when clouds gather and add texture to the sky, or at dusk and dawn when stars are like freckles on the heavens, it is then the shadows and light give delightful hints of things that inspire the imagination.

As any writer will tell you, a story is meant to be shared. We hope you enjoy our books.

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Review by: Billy Young on April 13, 2015 :
I usually love the stories written by the Larsons' as they are filled with a magic that draws the reader from the start. I didn't get that grab at the start of this tale but as I read on I found myself being drawn without realising it. This is a captivating tale with enough twists and turns that the reader is never bored. Yet at the same time you never find yourself lost and forced to read back to work out what is happening as you find with some tales that try hard to add a lot of twists. No this story has a balance that keeps the readers attention through-out. An adverturous tale that should keep any child entertained as their parent reads to them at bedtime
(reviewed 72 days after purchase)
Review by: Julie Elizabeth Powell on March 22, 2015 :
I was given this book for review and enjoyed it. The story had many twists and turns and even a story within a story...clever!

I liked the way it wasn't predictable, the believable characters and the mystery and surprises.

It was well written and a very good read.
(reviewed 43 days after purchase)
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