The Court of Miracles - The Court of Miracles Trilogy Book 1 (Hardback)
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The Court of Miracles - The Court of Miracles Trilogy Book 1 (Hardback)

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Hardback 464 Pages / Published: 18/06/2020
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Grant’s ingenious reboot of Les Misérables maps the adventures of daring young thief Eponine in a fantastical version of nineteenth-century Paris, plagued by ruthless guilds and sinister royals.

Six of Crows meets Les Miserables in this page-turning adventure as a young thief finds herself going head to head with leaders of Paris's criminal underground in the wake of a failed French Revolution.

Liberty. 1828 and the citizens of Paris still mourn in the wake of their failed revolution. Among them, in the dark alleys and crumbling cathedrals of the city, the most wretched have gathered into guilds of thieves, assassins - and worse. Together they are known as The Court of Miracles.

Family. Eponine has lost more than most. When her father, Thenardier, sells her sister to the Guild of Flesh she makes a promise to do anything she can to get her sister back, even if that means joining the Court of Miracles, the very people keeping her sister a slave.

Treachery. Eponine becomes perhaps the greatest thief the Court has ever known, finding a place among them and gaining another sister, Cosette. But she has never forgotten the promise she made, and if she's to have any hope of saving one sister, she will have to betray the other.

This beautiful reimagining of Les Miserables tells the stories of your favourite characters and what might have happened if the French Revolution had not come to pass.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780008254773
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 640 g
Dimensions: 240 x 159 x 37 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'[A] twisty, turny and fiercely-told tale of revenge and redemption… what sets this brilliant debut apart is her sense of passionate outrage and honour.' - The Mail

'As Nina's quest ... takes her from the catacombs to the palace, from the company of beggars to revolutionaries to the Dauphin himself, the balance between fairy tale and realism is beautifully maintained. Beguiling, in an Angela Carter-like way' - SFX

'A dark, thrilling tale of what goes on in a fantastical Parisian underworld ... come for the world-building and Les Mis connections, stay for the heroine' - Starburst

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“Hear The People Sing? I Could Smell Them! A Great New Fantasy To Fall In Love With”

When you read in the synopsis The Court Of Miracles is mix of Six of Crows meets Caraval and, in my opinion has a dash (dare I say a little dash) of Nevernight, a pinch of Dickens Fagin, and of course some characters... More

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““Be brave even when you’re afraid. Remember that everyone is afraid.””

This book was first described to me as a YA crossover of Les Miserables and The Jungle Book, which sounds great, except I don’t know much about either - so I will be honest, I liked the look of it because of the... More

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“A Delightfully Dark Adventure in the Underbelly of a Cruel Paris”

I had a lot of fun with this book, it was such an enjoyable read! It's a very fast paced retelling of Le Mis that takes you into the underbelly of a grim Paris where the revolution failed. What I found really... More

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