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Will divinity be their demise?

Returning to the dark and decadent world of her instant New York Times bestseller, The Gilded Wolves, Roshani Chokshi dazzles us with the trilogy’s final, riveting tale as full of danger as ever in The Bronzed Beasts.

After Séverin’s seeming betrayal, the crew is fractured. Armed with only a handful of hints, Enrique, Laila, Hypnos, and Zofia must find their way through the snarled, haunted waterways of Venice, Italy, to locate Séverin.

Meanwhile, Séverin must balance the deranged whims of the Patriarch of the Fallen House and discover the location of a temple beneath a plague island where the Divine Lyre can be played, and all that he desires will come to pass.
With only ten days until Laila expires, the crew will face plague pits,

deadly masquerades, unearthly songs, and the shining steps of a temple whose powers may offer divinity itself . . . but the price of godhood could cost them everything they hold dear.

‘Ingenious . . . wildly representative’ The New York Times Book Review

Reviews

** Praise for The Gilded Wolves series **
A masterpiece of imagination
Stephanie Garber, New York Times bestselling author of Caraval
This is a book to swan-dive into, swim around in, luxuriate in. Trust me, you won't want to come out
Laini Taylor, New York Times bestselling author of Strange the Dreamer
The Gilded Wolves is part political misadventure, part puzzle, and thoroughly charming, with a band of rapscallions and a string of surprises!
Holly Black, New York Times bestselling author of The Cruel Prince
A gorgeously layered story, with characters that make you laugh and ache and cheer
Renée Ahdieh, New York Times bestselling author of The Wrath & the Dawn
The Gilded Wolves is the smart, dark adventure YA readers have been waiting for
Adrienne Young, New York Times bestselling author of Fable
Wildly inventive and wildly representative
The New York Times Book Review
Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows and Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code converge in this dazzling new fantasy
Kirkus Starred Review
Mesmerizing and haunting
Booklist Starred Review
A delectably intriguing adventure
School Library Journal, starred review