About the Book"A street thief and a princess discover they are twins separated at birth-and must switch places to find an all-powerful stone and prevent a deadly war from taking place"--
A lost princess. A mysterious puppet master. And a race against time--before all is lost.
Princess Rani longs for a chance to escape her gilded cage and prove herself. Ria is a street urchin, stealing just to keep herself alive.
When these two lives collide, everything turns on its head: because Ria and Rani, orphan and royal, are unmistakably identical.
A deal is struck to switch places--but danger lurks in both worlds, and to save their home, thief and princess must work together. Or watch it all fall into ruin.
Deadly magic, hidden temples, and dark prophecies: Sisters of the Snake is an action-packed, immersive fantasy that will thrill fans of The Wrath & the Dawn and The Tiger at Midnight.
"A decadent and enthralling debut, Sisters of the Snake lures readers into a dark and twisted world of intoxicating magic, starcrossed sisters, and heart pounding romance. Sasha and Sarena Nanua are a powerhouse duo to watch!" -- Dhonielle Clayton, New York Times bestselling author of The Belles and Tiny Pretty Things
"Sarena and Sasha Nanua's charming debut is like an old school Bollywood fantasy brought to life: long lost, star-crossed sisters, snake magic, forbidden romance, and a lush, sinister world that you'll want to revisit again and again. Sequel now please!" -- Sona Charaipotra, author of Symptoms of a Heartbreak and the Tiny Pretty Things series
"Sisters of the Snake kept me on tenterhooks even as it thoroughly entertained me. Fast-paced and magical, this book introduces two bright new voices to YA lit. I can't wait to see more from Sarena and Sasha Nanua!" -- Tanaz Bhathena, author of Hunted by the Sky
"Themes of fate, identity, and sisterhood intertwine in this lush fantasy that incorporates Indian cultural elements into its worldbuilding. A fresh take on a classic tale." -- Kirkus Reviews
"A glamorous high-fantasy world, steeped in intrigue and bolstered by Punjabi cultural touches... its pace leaves little room for boredom in this immersive series starter." -- Publishers Weekly