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The Train to Impossible Places Blog Tour

I was lucky enough recently to get sent a copy of The Train to Impossible Places by P.G. Bell.  
This is an absolutely brilliant, hilarious, exciting and fun debut novel, about a young girl who gets up in the middle of the night to find a goblin putting a train line through the middle of her living room.  She ends up joining the mail train, delivering packages and letters to fascinating characters throughout a number of different impossible, magical realms. 
I totally loved it, and so I am thrilled to be able to bring you this piece written by P.G. Bell, about the books that made him a writer. 
I hope you enjoy it, and that you check out this stunning new book.
The Train to Impossible Places is published by Usborne, and is out now in hardback.












The Books That Made Me a Writer



Ask any writer which books inspired them to take up the craft and they'll usually reel off a handful of long-held favourites: landmarks in their reading experience that helped…

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