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The Impossible: Book 1 - A Space Opera Adventure

By: Alexandria Clarke
Narrated by: Tia Rider Sorensen
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Summary

When Ophelia Holmes is captured by her one-time best friend Vega Major, the pair returns to the International Armament together. For the first time in seven years, Ophelia must face her family and the consequences of her criminal actions. Trapped on the planet Harmonia, Ophelia uncovers the details of a decades old conspiracy theory.

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"Don't panic."

The second part in the Impossible series, following Ophelia and Vega after their escape from the Impossible ship. And something wasn't right in the Holmes' household.
Short and sweet with good action, although the story felt a bit rushed,: a little more exploratory time would have aided the development before the big reveal. Another almost cliff hanger ending making the way open for the (final?) third episode to come
When offered the chance to download a complimentary copy of this story from Free Audiobook Codes, I jumped at the opportunity and requested a copy. Again narrated by Tia Rider Sorenson, this was perhaps even more enjoyable than my original reading in Kindle.

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Short and to the point !


This the second book of the Impossible is so short which makes no sense why Alexandria Clarke have written it separate from the other two just to creat a trilogy instead of one great complete book ?
Even so the story continues and the mystery grows with an excellent twist right at the ending.
Just as the first of this trilogy, the narration by Tia Rider Sorensen was flawless.

As of now,
I still recommend !!!

Oded Ostfeld.

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  • Kristjan Larson
  • 06-10-22

An Impossible Sequel

The is the second [very short] installment of The Impossible Trilogy in what really should have been a single story; and this installment was a great example of why. It picks up where the story ends (not really a cliff hanger so much as a change of venue) and continues a little ways to the next cliff (where the story just ends because … there is another change of location). That is irritating on its own, but this part of the story didn’t really do much outside of introducing the protagonists family while continuing the love hate relationship of the MC besties. With no discernible plot, the cons for this story are a lot more noticeable … there is a complete lack of any male characters outside of bit parts for obvious set pieces. There is a complete lack of any understanding of scale where the only difference between a camp, a city, a planet, a star and a galaxy are really just words. All in all, even if you don’t really care much about realism, this was still a tough slog and only worth a read if you head on to the final book of the trilogy.

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  • Carey Sabala
  • 31-07-22

A bit short but good

I didn't realize this was a series but there are only 2 books so far. Book 1 started with a bang and roped me in and so I had to get book 2 but that's the last in the audible series. I didn't look into ebooks but there might be more there? 🤷 Anywho, its a lot of story packed into a really small package abd ends on a cliffy. So grab both books.

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  • Scott Teter
  • 14-07-22

Great Little Story

I didnt think I was going to like this book, but when I listened to the sample on amazon, I was hooked. I then had to get every book in the series and listened non-stop the rest of the day.

This audiobook was received free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 19-05-21

Well done

Ophelia is captured and the Criminal acts for last seven years, now facing family and old conspiracies. Interesting Enjoyed audio
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