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The Lunar Chronicles, written by Marissa Meyer, is a series revolving around Linh Cinder, a cyborg who worked for her stepmother Adri. Her unique makeup, combined with her adoptive father's inventions in cybernetics, allowed her to become the best mechanic in New Beijing at the tender age of sixteen. Her talents became so widely known that one day the crown prince, Prince Kai, brought his android, Nainsi, for her to fix, and while he tried to make light of the subject, it became apparent that it was a very serious matter.

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NovellasEdit

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CinderEdit

Main article: Cinder (book)

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ScarletEdit

Main article: Scarlet (book)

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CressEdit

Main article: Cress (book)

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WinterEdit

Main article: Winter (book)

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EditionsEdit

In Spain, the series is published as Las crónicas lunares by Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial (previously known as Random House Mondadori).

In France, the series is published as Chroniques lunaires by Pocket Jeunesse (PKJ). Translation by Guillaume Fournier.

In Italy, the series is published as Cronache Lunari by Mondadori. Translation by Alessandra Sogne.

In Catalan Spain, the series is published as Crónicas Lunares by Grup62.

In Czech Republic, the series is published as Měsíční kroniky by Egmont.

In Sweden, the series is pulished as Månkrönikan by Bonniers Carlsen. Translation by respectively Lena Karlin and Ylva Spångberg.

In Poland, the series is published as Saga Księżycowa by Egmont. The books have the same title as the original version. Translation by Dorota Konowrocka.

In Portugal, the series is published as Crónicas Lunares by Planeta Manuscrito. Translation by Victor Antunes.

In Greece, the series is published as τετραλογία της Σελήνης by Εκδόσεις Πατάκη (also known as Patakis).

In Korea, the series is published as 루나 크로니클 시리즈 by 더난 콘텐츠 그룹 (also known as Thenan). The book titles are phonetic spelled words from the original version.

In Germany, the series is published as Die Luna-Chroniken by Carlsen Verlag. The books have a title differing from the original version. Translation by Astrid Becker.

In Taiwan, the series is published as 月族 (roughly translated as "Moon Clan") by 核心集團 (also known as Core Culture). The books have a title differing from the original version. Translation by 崔容圃 (Cui Rongpu).

In Thailand, the series is published as ปกรณัมแดนจันทรา by Muse Publishing. The books have a title differing from the original version.

In Bulgaria, the series is published as Лунните хроники by Егмонт България (Egmont Bulgaria).

In Russia, the series is published as Лунные Хроники by Astrel Publishers (ACT).

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