Long Live Evil

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About the Author

Sarah Rees Brennan was born in Ireland by the sea. After world travel and surviving stage four cancer, she settled there in the shadow of a three-hundred-year-old library. Writing young adult fiction, she was a Lodestar, Mythopoeic and World Fantasy finalist, Carnegie nominee and New York Times bestseller. Long Live Evil is her first adult work.

"Absolutely hilarious, a wild joyride through subverted narrative tropes that's surprisingly poignant but also made me laugh until people looked at me on the train."--Everina Maxwell, author of Winter's Orbit
"Brennan's brilliant Long Live Evil harnesses clever banter, delightful turns of phrase, and epic backdrops in the service of exploring the nature of stories and the freedom that comes with embracing being named a villain--and maybe actually becoming one. Most of all, it introduces us to Rae, who uses her quick-thinking, loyalty, and ferocity to sidestep (and do the occasional musical number around) doom."--Holly Black, New York Times bestselling author of Book of Night
"Laugh out loud, heartfelt and seering in the same breath. Simultaneously a send-up and a tribute to the tropes, fandom and power of fantasy, Long Live Evil is a romp that leaves you asking: are we all the villains in someone else's narrative?"--Eliza Chan, author of Fathomfolk
"The compulsion Sarah Rees Brennan casts over her readers is unholy. Not only could I not put Long Live Evil down, I barely remembered to blink. It was so immersive that when I finished I put my face in my pillow and screamed in actual devastation at being kicked out of the story. Utterly magical. Sarah Rees Brennan is a genius of emotional control. No other author can make me cry by page two, be laughing out loud three pages later, and then rip my heart out with a smile."
--Shelley Parker-Chan, author of She Who Became the Sun
"Long Live Evil is a glorious, swoon-worthy villain romance. What a delicious read."--Tasha Suri, author of The Jasmine Throne
"Funny, audacious, and supremely satisfying, Long Live Evil is the chosen one we've been waiting for. It succeeds as both a brilliant meditation on the pleasures and perils of fiction, and a sweeping, romantic adventure in its own right. Get ready to laugh out loud, cry in public, and cheer on the villains as Brennan smashes through tropes with witty, wild glee in this delicious, subversive treat of a book."--Leigh Bardugo, New York Times bestselling author of Ninth House
"Utterly brilliant. I can't stop thinking about Long Live Evil, which has rocketed to the top of my list of all time favorite fantasy novels. Pick this up immediately, Brennan will take everything you think you know about fantasy and turn it on its head."--C. S. Pacat, New York Times bestselling author of Dark Rise
"Layers laugh-out-loud comedy and swoony romance over an emotional core of powerful anger and loss. I loved it." --Emily Tesh, author of Silver in the Wood
"Sarah Rees Brennan's charms are unmatched. Her books makes you feel as if you're in on the joke and always invited on the most fantastic and romantic adventure."--Rainbow Rowell, author of Fangirl
"Is Sarah Rees Brennan accepting applications for minions If so, sign me up immediately. This is a defiant shout of a book, so entertaining and funny that you almost don't notice its devastating, razor-sharp heart until it's smiling sweetly into your face while it withdraws the knife." --Freya Marske, author of A Marvellous Light
"Long Live Evil is the huge-hearted and whip-smart meta-fantasy of my dreams. I went in laughing and came out crying, and so will you."--Alix E. Harrow, author of The Ten Thousand Doors of January
"Brennan hooks readers from page one of her spellbinding adult debut. Brennan has a lot of infectious fun with her meta conceit, and as Rae interferes with the plot she knows so well, the stakes ratchet up and the story takes some unexpected turns. Readers won't be able to turn the pages fast enough."--Publishers Weekly