Our Violent Ends (US)

ISBN: 9781665905473
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Publisher,Simon & Schuster US
Publication Date,
Format, Paperback
Weight, 420 g
No. of Pages, 512

The year is 1927, and Shanghai teeters on the edge of revolution.

After sacrificing her relationship with Roma to protect him from the blood feud, Juliette has been a girl on the warpath. One wrong move, and her cousin will step in to usurp her place as the Scarlet Gang’s heir. The only way to save the boy she loves from the wrath of the Scarlets is to have him want her dead for murdering his best friend in cold blood. If Juliette were actually guilty of the crime Roma believes she committed, his rejection might sting less.

Roma is still reeling from Marshall’s death, and his cousin Benedikt will barely speak to him. Roma knows it’s his fault for letting the ruthless Juliette back into his life, and he’s determined to set things right—even if that means killing the girl he hates and loves with equal measure.

Then a new monstrous danger emerges in the city, and though secrets keep them apart, Juliette must secure Roma’s cooperation if they are to end this threat once and for all. Shanghai is already at a boiling point: The Nationalists are marching in, whispers of civil war brew louder every day, and gangster rule faces complete annihilation. Roma and Juliette must put aside their differences to combat monsters and politics, but they aren’t prepared for the biggest threat of all: protecting their hearts from each other.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Puteri Som Chit
Our Violent Ends

I received the package in good condition. The books were wrapped neatly in a box. I'm really excited to read it 🥰🥰

Our Violent Ends

It was amazing!!! Constantly kept me on the edge of my seat. Chloe Gong is my new favourite writer! yay

Adam Low
Satisfying end to a great duology

After reading both These Violent Delights & Our Violent Ends, I would recommend this to those who love a more grim YA. Main characters themselves don’t have “special powers” which I think is quite rare in YA fantasy. Loved it very much!