BookBrowse Reviews Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor

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Hotel Magnifique

by Emily J. Taylor

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Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor
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    Apr 2022, 400 pages

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A beautiful and dark debut young adult fantasy novel that will take readers on an unexpected journey behind the doors of a mysterious hotel.

A golden ticket or a gilded cage? Seventeen-year-old Jani and her younger sister Zosa are not sure what they will find behind the doors of the Hotel Magnifique, but they know it must be better than their lives in Durc. Stories of magic and wonder inside the hotel are legendary, and it only stays in one place for a night before moving on to "Elsewhere" to draw more of the world's wealthiest guests. Since their mother passed away, Jani has been working at the tannery while caring for Zosa, trying to scrape up enough money for them to return to their home in Aligney. When the mysterious Hotel Magnifique arrives in Durc for one night only, Jani hopes that she and Zosa can both get jobs that will change their lives. But they have no idea what awaits them after their contracts are signed and they make it into the hotel in the nick of time to get swept up in its adventures Elsewhere.

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