✐ The Court of Miracles pdf ✑ Author Kester Grant – Budi2610.info

The Court of Miracles In The Violent Urban Jungle Of An Alternate Paris, The French Revolution Has Failed And The City Is Divided Between Merciless Royalty And Nine Underworld Criminal Guilds, Known As The Court Of Miracles Eponine Nina Th Nardier Is A Talented Cat Burglar And Member Of The Thieves Guild Nina S Life Is Midnight Robberies, Avoiding Her Father S Fists, And Watching Over Her Na Ve Adopted Sister, Cosette Ettie When Ettie Attracts The Eye Of The Tiger The Ruthless Lord Of The Guild Of Flesh Nina Is Caught In A Desperate Race To Keep The Younger Girl Safe Her Vow Takes Her From The City S Dark Underbelly To The Glittering Court Of Louis XVII And It Also Forces Nina To Make A Terrible Choice Protect Ettie And Set Off A Brutal War Between The Guilds, Or Forever Lose Her Sister To The Tiger Les Mis Rables Meets Six Of Crows 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 The French Revolution


About the Author: Kester Grant

Kester Grant is a British Mauritian writer of color She was born in London, grew up between the UK, Democratic Republic of Congo, and the tropical island paradise of Mauritius As a wanton nomad she and her husband are unsure which country they currently reside in but they can generally be found surrounded by their fiendish pack of cats and dogs Kes can be found lurking with intent on kestergrant.com, instagram, twitter, goodreads



10 thoughts on “The Court of Miracles

  1. says:

    me i won t fall for books that havefor fans of six of crowsin their description anythis book heyme me i won t fall for books that havefor fans of six of crowsin their description anythis book heyme


  2. says:

    i originally had this at a 4 because its a fun story, easy to read, and was an overall enjoyable reading experience but after a day or two of thinking, some things are bothering me in hindsight, nothing about this feels original its as if KG took different compo


  3. says:

    HAPPY PUBLICATION DAY TO KESTER GRANT AND THE COURT OF MIRACLES Earlier ARC Received Thank you so much, Knopf Books for Young Readers I truly appreciate this special gift Original Les Miserables The Jungle Booknow changed to Six of Crows Who the what now Color me intrigu


  4. says:

    and lo, i am disappointed oncewhat a cold, hard world we live in it wasn t bad, it s just okay, and somehow that s worse if it was bad i could take the piss out of it with wild glee but i can t there were a lot of timeskips that seemed jerky and uncoordinated, like me after a few


  5. says:

    what s up with courts in ya lately


  6. says:

    I received this complimentary ARC from the publisher, courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.I don t know what I expected going into this, but it wasn t this While the synopsis referenced la Revolution Fran aise being unsuccessful, I still thought that it d be a Les Mis rables re


  7. says:

    I was intrigued to see just how this Les Miserable meets The Jungle Book meets Six of Crows meets Throne of Glass mash up was going to work, but, you know what, I think it pulled it off Below the surface of the polished streets of France lies a seething underbelly of crooks, thieves, beggars, and murderers


  8. says:

    My favourite part of this book was The Court of Miracles itself, a criminal underworld thriving in 19th Century Paris amidst the June Rebellion I found the political structure of the Court fascinating and enjoyed the exploration of the individual guilds we saw throughout the course of this novel, my favourite of co


  9. says:

    A diverse fantasy reimagining of Les Mis rables and The Jungle Book A Court of Miracles is it a Hunchback retelling also And based on the synopsiswhere exactly does the Jungle Book come in


  10. says:

    sees book that looks interesting sees it s compared to Lies of Locke Lamora and Six of Crows sees it s compared to Throne of Glass sees book that looks interesting sees it s compared to Lies of Locke Lamora and Six of Crows sees it s compared to Throne of Glass


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