Cirque American

The Cirque American series features standalone novels centered on a different character in a unique modern circus. The series begins with Girl on a Wire, about high-wire walker Jules Maroni, and continues with Girl in the Shadows, about aspiring magician Moira Mitchell. Girl Over Paris is a comic book miniseries set between the two novels.

Girl on a Wire

A ballerina, twirling on a wire high above the crowd. Horses, prancing like salsa dancers. Trapeze artists, flying like somersaulting falcons. And magic crackling through the air. Welcome to the Cirque American! Sixteen-year-old Jules Maroni’s dream is to follow in her father’s footsteps as a high-wire walker. When her family is offered a prestigious role …

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Girl Over Paris

From acclaimed fantasy writer Gwenda Bond (Girl on a Wire, Girl in the Shadows), this graphic novel collects the four-issue miniseries featuring a new stand-alone story set within the world of Bond’s exotic, magical Cirque American. Written by New York Times bestselling comic book writer Kate Leth (Patsy Walker A.K.A. Hellcat, Adventure Time: Seeing Red) and featuring stunning art by acclaimed artist Ming Doyle (The Kitchen, Constantine: The …

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Girl in the Shadows

Eighteen-year-old Moira Mitchell grew up in the shadows of Vegas’s stage lights while her father’s career as a magician soared. More than anything, Moira wants to be a magician too, but her father is dead set against her pursuing magic. When an invitation to join the Cirque American mistakenly falls into Moira’s possession, she takes …

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