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  • Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark

  • By: Stephanie K. Smith
  • Narrated by: Karla Crome
  • Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (17,896 ratings)

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Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark

By: Stephanie K. Smith
Narrated by: Karla Crome
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Publisher's summary

Tourmaline Larou lives an idyllic life of learning by day and partying by night. An aspiring poet, her future promises nothing less than brilliance. Then, Vignette Stonemoss walks through the door, and Tourmaline’s world is upended. As she struggles to understand the effect this stranger has on her, Tourmaline and her fellow fae face a looming threat from the human world. War is on the horizon, and their very existence is at stake. And Tourmaline will discover whether love will save her—or destroy her.

Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark is set in the world of the Amazon Original series Carnival Row, created by Travis Beacham and René Echevarria. Carnival Row is available only on Amazon Prime Video. 

Note: Carnival Row contains adult material and graphic language. Listener discretion is advised. 

©2019 Legendary Television (P)2019 Audible Originals, LLC.

Our favorite moments from Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark

Studious Vignette refuses to back down.
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"Each turn of her head became an intoxicant."
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"…surrender to their curiosity and allow their nakedness to tangle in the dark."
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  • Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark
  • Studious Vignette refuses to back down.
  • Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark
  • "Each turn of her head became an intoxicant."
  • Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark
  • "…surrender to their curiosity and allow their nakedness to tangle in the dark."
Stephanie K. Smith

About the Creator

Stephanie K. Smith is a film and television writer drawn most to character drama and grounded fantasy. In addition to her work on the first and second seasons of Carnival Row, she was on the writing staff of Genius: Picasso which was nominated for seven Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Limited Series, and has written both comedy and drama pilots for CBS, FTVS, Legendary Television, SuperDeluxe and The CW. Her feature film work includes adapting acclaimed author Laurie Halse Anderson’s The Impossible Knife of Memory and Amber Smith’s best-seller The Way I Used to Be, among others. Stephanie graduated from NYU, earned her MFA at USC Film School, and lives in Los Angeles, where she recently remarried and is raising a brilliant, handsome, and charming son (about whom she is in no way biased).

Karla Crome

About the Performer

Karla Crome is enjoying success as a scriptwriter for stage and television as well as a blossoming career in acting. She starred in the brilliant BBC2 drama, Murder, which won a BAFTA for Best Single Drama, she has been the standout actor in her other lead roles in ITV's The Level, Misfits, Prisoner’s Wives, Under the Dome (Steven Spielberg), Sky's You, Me and the Apocalypse, Lightfields, and Hit and Miss with Chloe Sevigny. It was this show that caught the attention of Screen International, who profiled Karla in the prestigious annual Stars of Tomorrow portfolio.

Recent projects include The Victim for BBC1 with Kelly MacDonald (Trainspotting) and John Hannah and Vita and Virginia alongside Elizabeth Debicki and Gemma Arterton. Karla stars in the epic dark series Carnival Row for Amazon Prime opposite Cara Delevingne, Indira Varma, and Orlando Bloom. It has been commissioned for a second season.Theater credits include the National Theatre's sensational reimagining of Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, well-known for his play Equus; Linda at the Royal Court Theatre opposite Noma Dumezweni and most recently, in the UK premiere of Claire Baron’s award-winning play Dance Nation at the Almeida Theatre.

As a writer, Karla won an Edinburgh Fringe Festival Award for her critically acclaimed stage play, Mush and Me, which she created and penned about the forbidden love between a Jewish girl and Muslim boy. She is currently developing this for screen. Further writing credits include Sky One’s Hooten and the Lady starring Ophelia Lovibond and Jane Seymour, Safe starring Michael C. Hall, Freddie Thorp, and Hero Fiennes Tiffin, and The Stranger, both for Netflix. Further projects in development include a television series called Boom Box for Channel 4 (Urban Myth) and writing an episode of Howard Overman's new series The One for Netflix in addition to a short film, a ghost story, which she will direct.