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The Impossible Girl is the thriller, fiction and mystery novel which tells the story of the young girl who is living in the New York City. Lydia Kang is the author of this classic novel. The story begins from the mid of nineteen century in the 1850s when the evolution just started in the fields. This is the time when a medical student needs the cadavers for their practical and for studying anatomy in their classes. There are no volunteer’s to supply their dead body and the people start the grave robbing. It makes people rich even if gangster did not find any graveyard they killed the people by their self.
The people died with the natural disease such as deformation, malnutrition and exotic are bought is low prices. On the other side, the people died from cancer, six toes, breast cancer, brain tumour and two hearts charge costly. A girl is born who is the illegitimate daughter of her father. The special thing about the girl she has two hearts. She is raised by her aunt and she is there to protect her. Cora did not see her parents in her entire life. She was raised as a boy and no knows her secrets. After a few years, she starts helping her aunt in the grave business and she was there all the time. The people are looking for the two hearts lady but they did not find it. What if they come to know and kill the Cora?
Details About The Impossible Girl by Lydia Kang PDF
- Name: The Impossible Girl
- Authors: Lydia Kang
- Publish Date: September 18, 2018
- Language: English
- Genre: Mystery, Literature, Thriller, Suspense
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 364
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0503903389
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