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The eat-the-rich, deliciously dark fantasy you've been waiting for. A girl with the power of the banished gods must bind herself to a wicked Prince to save her crumbling world, as the poor are sacrificed to save the rich.


Lorena Adler has a secret―she holds the power of the banished gods, the Noble and the Vile, inside her. But she has spent her entire life hiding from the world and her past. Lorena's content to spend her days as an undertaker in a small town, marry her best friend, Julian, and live an unfulfilling life so long as no one uncovers her true nature.
But when the notoriously bloodthirsty and equally Vile crown prince comes to arrest Julian's father, he immediately recognizes Lorena for what she is. So, she makes a deal―a fair trial for her betrothed's father in exchange for her service to the crown.
The prince is desperate for her help. He's spent years trying to repair the weakening Door that holds back the Vile…and he's losing the battle. As Lorena learns more about the Door and the horrifying price it takes to keep it closed, she'll have to embrace both parts of herself to survive.

What We Devour by Linsey Miller

  • Format: Paperback

    ISBN: 9781492679257

    Publisher: Sourcebooks

  • 'A triumphant dark fantasy, What We Devour serves up an incredibly smart magic system with a side of eat-the-rich energy. Perfect for fans of Wicked Saints and anyone who likes their romances equal parts swoony and stabby. This is my favourite Linsey Miller book,' – Rosiee Thor, author of Tarnished Are the Stars.


    'Anyone who reads Linsey Miller knows that her worldbuilding, characters, and tense plot lines make for some of the best dark fantasy novels in the YA genre,' ―Brianna Robinson, The Young Folks.

    'Excellent asexual representation in Lorena, rich worldbuilding, political intrigue, and a cast of prickly, passionate characters round out the satisfyingly complex plot. Particularly masterful are the shifts in Lorena's narrative perspective that reflect the sacrifices of significant memories...Mind-bending and incisive,' – Kirkus Reviews.

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