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Vicious (Villains, 1)

A trade paperback repackage of New York Times bestseller V.E. Schwab's Vicious, a masterful tale of ambition, jealousy, and superpowers which will include:

*A new cover by Wil Staehle, cover artist of the iconic Shades of Magic trilogy covers
*Schwab's short story set within the Vicious universe, "Warm Up"
*A teaser for the upcoming more


400 pages

Average rating: 7.86




Community Reviews

Mar 23, 2024
8/10 stars
2/19/18: This was such a great read, with an original take on heroes and villains (or at least the perceptions of heroes and villains). All of the characters were great and the author made me care about each of them, and I especially loved the main character/antihero of the story and the little found family that he came to care about. The villains were equally great, with a zealot who used God as a reason for killing people, and a girl that I more
Luna Atmosphere
Jan 25, 2024
10/10 stars
THEY WROTE THIS BOOK FOR ME I SWEAR! I absolutely loved every second of this book. It had everything I love, amazing villains, found family, a cast of extremely morally gray character, FRIENDS TO ENEMIES. I ATE THIS UP! Victor Vale is my king, I would do anything for him. Definitely a new favorite!
Feb 24, 2023
10/10 stars
Sooo good
Feb 03, 2023
10/10 stars
This book was beyond fantastic and I wish I had read it sooner! It was so so good! I love how dark it is and the concepts, and story lines, were so well done! I can't wait to start Vengeful!
Sep 20, 2022
1/10 star
Extremely disappointed! I had HIGH hopes for this novel, I was ready to get lost in this adventure that was shared & recommended by many people! Spoilers incoming: I loved the set-up. The beginning with the grace-yard, the dark academia, twisted young minds. This was all there was good about this book. I am so so so sad to say it, but I really gave it my best go, I read about 60% of the book & everything. The whole, anti-hero theme is more

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