Beyond the Impossible is a fantasy adventure novel written by three sixth-graders at Frankfurt International School in the fall of 1995.
For years, the single published copy of this book has rested in the school library in Oberursel, Germany. In 2012, the original manuscript was rediscovered, ushering in the long-anticipated time for this thrilling story to reach a new generation of readers. This second edition allows for just that.
Fully re-edited and typeset to the highest publishing standards, this reprint represents the most thorough efforts to restore a relic of literature that otherwise would be lost in the sands of time. With a new foreword by one of its original authors, this volume is sure to delight, captivate, and entertain.
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