Eleanor And The Impossible By M. Miles [Book Review]

Check out his review of the book, Eleanor and the Impossible, by M. Miles, from Rachel Poli’s blog.

Rachel Poli

Title: Eleanor and the Impossible
Author: M. Miles
October 30, 2017
Genre: Young adult
How I got the book: I received a free digital ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review


Eleanor’s world is confined by the hedge around my guardian’s estate, but her imagination knows no boundaries.

Applying her scientific spirit to her favorite fairy tales, Eleanor devotes years to designing experiments that she hopes will attract fairies to her garden. But when a skeptical boy, instead of a fairy, appears in the garden, Eleanor’s concept of magic is shaken to the core.

The beauty of innocence, the perils of devotion, and the power of imagination are illuminated in a story that sings to the inner child: Eleanor’s story.

My Review:


When the author approached me about this book, I was happy to see the imaginative elements in the story. From the summary…

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