Vilest Things

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Author: Chloe Gong

Category: Society & social sciences

Book Format: Paperback / softback

Publisher: Hodderscape

ISBN: 9781399700481

RRP: $32.99


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<h3>The games are over. Let chaos reign.</h3>

Power plays, spilled blood, and romance abound in this thrilling sequel to the New York Times and #1 Sunday Times bestseller Immortal Longings, inspired by Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra.

Calla Tuoleimi has done the impossible. Against all odds, she won San-Er’s bloody games and eliminated her tyrant uncle, King Kasa – but at unimaginable cost. Now she serves as royal advisor to the newly crowned King August.

Only Calla knows it isn’t really him.

In a desperate feat, Anton took over Anton’s body to survive, and now he has no intention of giving it up. But when his first love awakens from a years-long coma and reveals a secret that threatens the monarchy, chaos erupts.

As tensions come to a boiling point, Calla and Anton must set their conflicts aside and head to the kingdom’s far reaches to prevent anarchy . . . even if their empire might be better off burning.


‘A lot of fun, with twists you won’t see coming until right before the hammer drops’ REBECCA ROANHORSE

‘Smart, imaginative, and brutal . . . her complex characters will hurt you, but in the most thrilling wayWESLEY CHU

‘Gripping, bewildering, irresistible . . . Melds the ruthless sensuality of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon with the visceral urgency of The Hunger Games RYKA AOKI

‘Each page is fierce and filled with yearningANDREA STEWART


Smart, imaginative, and brutal, Immortal Longings is a mind- and genre-bending epic that is as cutting and honest as it is unpredictable – Wesley Chu, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The War Arts Saga

Immortal Longings is a grab-you-and-won’t-let-go sort of book, as brutal and merciless as its characters – Andrea Stewart, author of The Drowning Empire trilogy

Gripping, bewildering, irresistible, Chloe Gong’s Immortal Longings is a tour de force of Asian Futurism – Ryka Aoki, author of Light From Uncommon Stars

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