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Spectacular: A Caraval Novella from the #1 Sunday Times bestseller Stephanie Garber

Stephanie Garber

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Christmas, Fantasy

Sunday Times and #1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Garber ushers us back into the world of the Caraval series in this festive treat that is perfect for the holiday season.

The #1 Sunday Times bestseller is back with a festive winter treat, set in the world of the bestselling Caraval series! With gorgeous interior illustrations by Rosie Thorns.

Snowflakes are falling.
Invitations are arriving.
And holiday magic is swirling in the Capital City of the Meridian Empire.

It's Great Holiday Eve Eve. Scarlett Dragna is planning a spectacular Holiday celebration for the city.
Donatella is searching for the perfect gift. Julian is looking ridiculously handsome in green.
And Legend . . .

Well, sadly Legend is not a fan of the Great Holiday. Tella is hoping her perfect gift will change his mind. Unfortunately, she hasn't found this perfect gift just yet. But it is Great Holiday Eve Eve . . . surely there's some holiday magic swirling around.

Welcome, welcome back to the world of Caraval, where even holidays are not as they seem.

Set after Stephanie Garber's #1 New York Times bestselling Caraval series, this delightful novella will take readers on the ultimate holiday adventure, full of clockwork boys, poisoned candy, impish snow globes, merriment, and-if Tella gets her way-love.

Complete with gorgeous illustrations, this is the perfect edition for collectors, readers, dreamers, and lovers of holiday magic.



'Enchanting . . . [I] never wanted to come out' Sabaa Tahir

'Immersive and engaging . . . destined to capture imaginations' Kirkus

'Extravagantly imaginative and enchanting . . . Pure magic and escapism' Cecelia Ahern

'An enchanting carnival of dreams and nightmares . . . beautifully and vividly written' SciFi Now

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Stephanie Garber

Stephanie Garber wanted to be an explorer until she realised most of the world had already been discovered. So she started creating her own worlds, which is why she now writes imaginative fiction. When she's not writing, Stephanie teaches Creative Writing at a private college in Northern California.

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