The Nameless Night

Children & Young Adult, Young Adult, YA Age 14+, YA Love / Romance, YA Fantasy / Science Fiction

Nicki and Canon are meant for each other. So when Canon disappears, Nicki sets off on a quest to find him - and uncovers a dark secret in his life that leads her into totally alien territory. Running parallel to familiar reality there exists a world of flowing creatures: creatures that originate from people’s thoughts; demons that can make bargains with their creators. Canon’s demon is in serious trouble - and so is Canon. Nicki does everything in her power to save him, but in order to succeed she’ll need all the help she can get from his friends.

 

  • A truly magical love story that walks a brilliant tightrope between trendy city life and the breathtaking atmosphere of a magical realm, creating an incredible hypnotic effect from the very first page

  • A Kafka-esque setting and an ambience reminiscent of Marquez and Zafón give this novel a very special quality

  

Jenny-Mai Nuyen

Jenny Mai-Nuyen started writing bestselling fantasy novels at the tender age of 17 and was feted as a literary prodigy. She is now in her mid-twenties and reading religious studies in Berlin.

The Nameless Night

Nicki and Canon are meant for each other. So when Canon disappears, Nicki sets off on a quest to find him - and uncovers a dark secret in his life that leads her into totally alien territory. Running parallel to familiar reality there exists a world of flowing creatures: creatures that originate from people’s thoughts; demons that can make bargains with their creators. Canon’s demon is in serious trouble - and so is Canon. Nicki does everything in her power to save him, but in order to succeed she’ll need all the help she can get from his friends.

 

  • A truly magical love story that walks a brilliant tightrope between trendy city life and the breathtaking atmosphere of a magical realm, creating an incredible hypnotic effect from the very first page

  • A Kafka-esque setting and an ambience reminiscent of Marquez and Zafón give this novel a very special quality

  

Bibliographic Data
448 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-76109-3
First published 2015