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Tall Tales from Paris of Wonders
  • A plunge into a fairytale and uchronic Paris
  • Short and rhythmical stories
  • Delightful allusions to the Paris of Wonders series
Pierre Pevel
Tall Tales from Paris of Wonders
(Contes et R├ęcits du Paris des Merveilles)
Type
Fantasy
Word count
90,000
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A dive into the world of Paris of Wonders

Paris, early 20th century. The gentlemen have proud moustaches and bowler hats, the ladies wear corsets, petticoats and button boots. Gleaming jalopies bustle among the horse-drawn carriages that proceed past the elegant buildings of the Grands Boulevards. But the Eiffel Tower is made of white wood, mermaids have taken over the Seine, and leprechauns and winged cats discuss philosophy.

 

This collection contains six short stories set in the world of Paris of Wonders. Pierre Pevel is the author of two of them, and the others are the work of talented young writers who have plunged into the world of Paris of Wonders.

  • A plunge into a fairytale and uchronic Paris
  • Short and rhythmical stories
  • Delightful allusions to the Paris of Wonders series

About the author

Pierre Pevel
Pierre Pevel, born in 1968, is one of the foremost writers of French Fantasy today. He is published internationally, and was awarded numerous prizes, from the David Gemmell Legend Award for the best newcomer to the Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire and Prix Imaginales, both for best novel.