the Court of Miracles Series

a fantasy reimagining of the Jungle Book and Les Misérables

 
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A Court of Miracles

COMING FALL 2018

The French Revolution has failed. In the violent jungle of an alternate 1828 Paris, divided between merciless royalty and nine underworld criminal guilds, young cat burglar Eponine fights to protect her adopted sister Cosette from a ruthless slave-lord in this reimagining of Les Miserables and the Jungle Book. 

It is a combination of :

Underworld criminal guilds + girl cat burglars + dark eyed assassins + misguided princes + violent revolutionaries + female police detectives + bone lined catacombs + glittering court intrigues + royal balls + heists + beautiful gowns + french patisserie + famine + cholera + slavery + revolution + jail breaks + human trafficking + divided loyalties + complex female friendships + kick ass heroines + love + death + betrayal + obsession + vengeance + broken hearts + creepiness + history + absolutely no singing at any time I promise.

FOR FANS OF THE GRITTY CRIMINAL UNDERWORLDS OF leigh bardugo's SIX OF CROWS, AND scott lynch's THE LIES OF LOCKE LAMORA, FIERCE alternate histories like kiersten white's AND I DARKEN, classic lit reimaginings like neil gaiman's THE GRAVEYARD BOOK,...…and anyone who knows that Eponine deserved so much more.

 

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A Court of Miracles #2

Book two in the Court of Miracles Series

COMING FALL 2019 

 


A Court of Miracles #3

Book three in the Court of Miracles series

COMING FALL 2020

 

AVAILABLE FROM THE FOLLOWING PUBLISHERS*

United States: Knopf/Random House | United Kingdom & Commonwealth: Harper Voyager | France: Hachette | Germany: Piper | Italy: Mondadori | Poland:  ZYSK | Russia: AST | Spain: Penguin Random House | Turkey: Dogan-Egmont

*International publication dates and titles may vary