Publisher: Pushkin Children's Books
Published: 5th May '22
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Richly imagined, escapist YA fantasy with an irresistible setting in amagical hotel - perfect for fans of Caraval and The Night Circus.The legendary Hotel Magnifique is like no other: a magical world of golden ceilings, enchanting soirées and fountains flowing with champagne. It changes location every night, stopping in each place only once a decade. When the Magnifique comes to her hometown, seventeen-year-old Jani hatches a plan to secure jobs there for herself and her younger sister, longing to escape their dreary life. Luck is on their side, and with a stroke of luminous ink on paper the sisters are swept into a life of adventure and opulence. But Jani soon begins to notice sinister spots in the hotel's decadent façade. Who is the shadowy maître who runs the hotel? And can the girls discover the true price paid by those who reside there - before it's too late?
'It was wonderful to escape into such a rich imaginative world and lose oneself in a story so compelling, I genuinely could not put it down. As dizzyingly inventive as the Hotel itself. A real imaginative tour de force' - Celia Rees
'Emily J. Taylor creates a world both dazzling and dark. Readers won't want to turn the final page' - Laura Sebastian, author of the Ash Princess trilogy
'Dazzling, enchanting, and expertly crafted... impossible to put down and had me positively spellbound from start to finish' - Adalyn Grace, author of All the Stars and Teeth
'In Hotel Magnifique, Emily J. Taylor creates a world both dazzling and dark. Readers won't want to turn the final page' - Laura Sebastian, New York Times bestselling author of the Ash Princess trilogy
'Hotel Magnifique opened the door to a sumptuous and glittering world of magic and mysteries and left me enchanted. Perfect for fans of Caraval and The Night Circus' - Erin A. Craig, New York Times bestselling author of House of Salt and Sorrows and Small Favors