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Translated by Lucia Graves
Calcutta, 1932. A train in flames crosses the city, a fire spectre sowing terror in the shadows of the night.
But that is only the beginning of the horror for siblings Ben and Sheere. Twins separated at birth and kept hidden for their safety, they have grown up unaware of the secrets of their past. Now, on their sixteenth birthday, their paths meet and they will confront the most terrible and deadly enigma in the history of the city of palaces.
The Midnight Palace is a spellbinding tale of heroism and tragedy set in the dark mysterious streets and alleyways of an ancient Indian city.
The Midnight Palace has a melancholy grandeur older readers will find equally
The Midnight Palace gives the reader a story of innocence upset by events from the past…While each of the characters is wonderfully drawn, the strongest aspect is the narrative…The Midnight Palace is an action-packed story…will suit readers with vivid imaginations looking for a fantasy which is different from the usual swords-and-sorcery epics.
One for the adults as well as the tweens, but not for the faint-hearted…The magic realism of the masterpiece which came seven years later is here, in a gripping, meticulously crafted mystery.
The Midnight Palace is, as the author intended, one of those magical tales of
mystery and adventure that every reader hoards in the treasure chest of their