Foxglove King (häftad)
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Little, Brown
232 x 152 x 36 mm
580 g

Foxglove King

The Sunday Times bestselling romantasy phenomenon

Häftad,  Engelska, 2023-03-09
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'Hannah Whitten is my new favourite obsession' Jodi Picoult

When Lore was thirteen, she escaped a cult in the catacombs beneath the city of Dellaire. And in the ten years since, she's lived by one rule: don't let them find you. Easier said than done, when her magic ties her to the city. Mortem is a magic born from death, and it's a high-priced and illicit commodity in Dellaire.

Lore has made a living running poisons for the city's underbelly, but when a run goes wrong she's captured by the king and expects to be sent to the pyre. But the king has different plans.

Lore is thrust into the Sainted King's glittering court, where no one can be believed and even fewer can be trusted. Guarded by Gabriel, a duke-turned-monk, and continually running up against Bastian, the king's ne'er-do-well heir, Lore tangles in politics, religion, and forbidden romance as she attempts to navigate a debauched and opulent society.

But the life she left behind in the catacombs is catching up with her. And even as Lore makes her way through the Sainted court above, danger from below draws ever closer.

In this lush, romantic new epic fantasy series from New York Times bestselling author Hannah Whitten, a young woman's secret power to raise the dead plunges her into the dangerous and glamorous world of the Sainted King's royal court.

Praise for Hannah Whitten:

'Dazzling . . . This is sure to enchant' Publishers Weekly, on For the Wolf

'A must-read new voice in fantasy' Kirkus
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