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All of Us Villains

All of Us Villains #1

by Amanda Foody, Christine Herman

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All of Us Villains by Amanda Foody,  Christine Herman
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    Nov 2021, 400 pages

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    Jul 26, 2022, 400 pages

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Seven young champions must make their final preparations for the approaching Blood Veil tournament—a three-month-long fight to the death in the wilderness armed with nothing but their wits and a deadly arsenal of powerful spells and curses.

All of Us Villains, the first release of a young adult dark fantasy series by Christine Lynn Herman and Amanda Foody, wastes no time pulling the reader into a tantalizing drama seasoned with betrayal, murder and sacrifice and driven by a cast of strong and compelling characters. Ilvernath, a simplified iteration of the modern world with its enduring cobblestones, chic restaurants and modish department stores, is the setting of an age-old tournament. Seven young champions, each from one of seven dynasties, form what is known as the "Slaughterhouse Seven." Carrying the mantle of their fallen ancestors, their task remains the same: to engage each other in deadly enchanted warfare beyond the town limits in a zero-sum game of kill-or-be-killed until only one contender remains. Awarded to that champion's family is exclusive access to the world's only known reserve of powerful "high magick" and...

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