The French Bestseller about India that the Brits didn’t want you to read

Now in English for the first time

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A dashing French adventurer, a beautiful Indian princess and a wily pet Bengal tiger join hands to fight and defeat the British in India. ‘The Marvelous Adventures of Captain Corcoran’ was first published in 1867 and admired by the likes of Sartre and Zola. It’s been translated into almost every European language, except for English (due to its anti-British content). Until now.

Translated by the acclaimed writer Sam Miller, Captain Corcoran is not just a forgotten classic but a roller coaster ride through 19th century India. It’s the best adventure story you will read all year. We can’t wait to publish it.

2 Comments

  1. Narendra kumar / June 26, 2016 at 10:01 pm /Reply

    hi,where do i can find this book? (English version)

    • Team Juggernaut / July 4, 2016 at 12:01 pm /Reply

      hi Narendra, you can get this book on the Juggernaut app; if you want a physical edition, the book is now available on Amazon too!

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