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The beauty of impossible things is an extremely good book that I myself found to be really enjoyable to read. It kind of has a gothic vibe to the story which in my opinion made the book enticing and so it was difficult for me to put the book down. This book is revolves around the main character, Natasha Rothwell who is a teenager at just 15 years old. She lives in a large, somewhat derelict house near the sea in a small village surrounded by many people. She has interesting premonitions which form the base of the story. This book is really well written and has a comforting aura to it. This book highlights the small village and how everyone knows everyone. This creates a pressure to conform and create no problems with the community. Social conformity is a topic that isn't talked about much so I'm glad this book exists. This book is great for teenagers and adults alike.