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All the Tides of Fate

(All the Stars and Teeth #2)

3.87  ·  Rating details ·  2,537 ratings  ·  607 reviews
Through blood and sacrifice, Amora Montara has conquered a rebellion and taken her rightful place as queen of Visidia. Now, with the islands in turmoil and the people questioning her authority, Amora cannot allow anyone to see her weaknesses.

No one can know about the curse in her bloodline. No one can know that she’s lost her magic. No one can know the truth about the boy
Hardcover, 388 pages
Published February 2nd 2021 by Imprint
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Adalyn Grace
Oct 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
December 5, 2020 UPDATE:

Signed and personalized copies are available through Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore


Now that ARCS will be circulating soon, I also wanted to hop on here and talk about some of the content warnings in this book. Skip now, if you don't want to read them:

Violence and Death: There are 7 main forms of magic in this book. One of the most commonly used ones is violent in nature, requiring blood/skin/bones, or other parts of the body. The methods to obtain these
Feb 28, 2021 rated it liked it
this is so tough for me to rate because i know i messed up by not doing a reread of ‘all the stars and teeth.’ i dont remember a lot of specifics and i had my fingers crossed there would be some subtle recap sentences thrown in here and there in the beginning, but there isnt…

i just couldnt remember why i loved the adventure, why i loved the characters, why i loved the magic system. it got better as the story progressed, but i found myself wanting more high-stakes plot, wanting more chemistry bet
Helena of Eretz ✰
I received this complimentary ARC from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.

if there’s one thing i’ve learned today while reading the entirety of this book, it’s not to trust adalyn grace anymore. she can and will hurt your soul ‘till you can feel the pain in your bones. i am a puddle of emotions and tears.

my full review can be found here!

i truly think all the tides of fate outdoes all the stars and teeth on so many levels. and i already loved the first book, so that says a lot. this is not what i expected from the sequel at all: it’s so much better. i don’t think i’m c
ShanShan ✨
Feb 10, 2021 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book and love all of the characters but I have it 4 stars. Amora slightly irritated me through most of the book with the way she treated Bastian over something that wasn’t his fault at all. He was suffering just as much as she was and it’s like she didn’t even care. Her continuously whining about her father and wanting to bring him back even though she would and was putting her friends in danger with her decisions.

Ferrick.... 😩 I can’t say anything without spoiling it for
✩ Yaz ✩
3 - ⭐️⭐️⭐️

I am Amora Montara, and I will no longer be a pawn. I will be a queen.

All the Tides of Fate is the sequel to the dazzling sea adventure book All the Stars and Teeth.

It was lovely to return to this world of dangerous magic and curses and I was very ready to set sail with the good ol' crew.

Amora, Bastian, Ferrick, and Vataea along with the new additions to the crew, embark on a brand new journey on the Keel Haul.

My main problem was that I found this book to be anti-climactic.

I expected m
Okay, first off - I really enjoye diving into All the Tides of Fate It was a pretty interesting sequel and I just love all things pirate at this point. Second, I'm not a fan of killing a certain someone just because. It's like Rue all over again. Or Finnick. OR ANY OTHER CHARACTER, main or side, THAT I FELL IN LOVE WITH AND WAS MURDERED IN FRONT OF MY EYES.

So, yeah, I was a tad bit upset with what happened just so you know.

Other than that, I was and forever will be on team Amora and Bastian. It'

I honestly have no idea how to start this review. All the Tides of Fate was such a phenomenal book, and I am still REELING from that ending! Adalyn Grace, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME?!? #WorstBookHangoverEver

In all seriousness, though, this book truly was spectacular, and there are no words in the English language that can properly express how much I loved it. It’s one of those books that falls under the “Had Me Bawling Into My Pillow At 3
Rachel Kathryn Wright
Feb 13, 2021 rated it it was amazing
4.5 ⭐️
I really enjoyed this book especially with its ending. The ending was well done and did a great job of concluding the events that happened and getting to see what each character is doing now. The character death that happens was very emotional getting to see their letter that talks about the impact that their friends had on them was really emotional. The characters were great, but in this Amora was kind of annoying mainly with her pushing away from Bastian, but I understand why she did it.
Feb 25, 2021 rated it really liked it
Well now I just feel empty. And sad.
Please my heart can’t take it, I actually want to cry.
katie ☾
this cover. I see. I want. I take. and someone please tell me how we're supposed to WAIT UNTIL 2021?! I can't. I just can't. did I mention I love the cover SO FREAKING MUCH?!!

Kal ★ Reader Voracious
Feb 01, 2020 marked it as to-read
1. All the Stars and Teeth ★★★★
Oh hello, this title is amazing & I cannot wait to see how this duology ends, because I really enjoyed the first book!

Also, Vataea is my favorite.
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Feb 14, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2021feb
Star Rating: —> 4.5 Stars

Wow. Wowowoow! I want more! I absolutely love these characters. This series seriously surprised me with how great it was! I'm not sure why, but I had super low expectations going into the first book, but it REALLY piqued my interest. I ended up EATING. THIS. SERIES. UUUUUPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP! This second book was even better than the first! Ahhh, it just about killed me! I truly hope there will be another book set in this world. IT WAS BRILLIANT !

•Fantastic characters;
Lindsay (pawsomereads)
May 10, 2020 marked it as to-read
The cover is so pretty wow I'm obsessed!! ...more
rachel ☾
#1) All the Stars & Teeth ★★★★☆

more Vataea please and thank you

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Feb 05, 2021 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars

I have to start out by saying I really enjoy this world. The different kinds of magic and what they can do are interesting and the pirates and sea creatures are very cool. I like that Amora toured some of the islands and we saw how the people there live and the unique ways they wield magic. The world was my favorite part of this duology and well done.

I also fully ship Amora and Bastien and think they make a good couple. I was sad that Amora was pushing Bastien away because of the soul
Celia McMahon
Jan 30, 2021 rated it really liked it
YAY!!!! This is what sequels are all about, you guys!!! Thank you to Edelweiss and the publisher for the ARC!

This will be spoiler-free :D

Coming off the heels of the last battle, and Amora gaining the throne, we slip into the after-shot of life with Amora as queen. But it's not pretty. Amora struggles to gain the respect and love of her people, and questions herself and her ability to rule. Let's add the fact that she's still bound to Bastian (I won't give away why in case you all haven't read bo
Dec 15, 2020 rated it it was ok
1.25 stars

I absolutely loved the first book, but I feel so mixed about this one. I am a tad disappointed, but I went into this book not really knowing much about the plot, so maybe my expectations just did not align with what this book was promising? I found the beginning to drag quite a bit, and honestly, I was very bored at times. In this sequel, we follow a sort of bachelorette parade but...we really don't? Honestly, I am not sure what the purpose of this sequel was since so many of the char
Phoenix (Books with Wings)
I finally got book two YES!!!
*Warning: this review contains spoilers for book 1*
No spoilers for book two not in spoiler tags
After getting this last night I basically read it every second I was awake since then to finish it. And WOW. It was different from book one but I still enjoyed it, just in a different way.
This book is focused more on things like character development, the aftermath of everything, etc. and I really enjoyed that. Oftentimes in books where the main character becomes the ruler
Lynnzie Allen
Feb 21, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This has become one of my favorite reads so far this year. All the Tides of Fate blew me away and had me sobbing at 2 am. I want to say I liked this one more than the first, which NEVER happens for me!

First off, Amora. This girl has been through so much and is riddled with grief. I loved her journey and how her struggles were so accurately portrayed. She mourned throughout the entire journey, and rightfully so. She had dealt with a heavy loss and people don’t bounce back easily from that. I lov
Leonie Hinch
Jan 17, 2021 rated it it was ok
Shelves: ya-fantasy
Thank you to Netgalley, Titan Books and Adalyn Grace for my arc of All the Tides of Fate in exchange for an honest review.

Published: 2nd February 2021
Spoiler warning; some minor spoilers for the first book All the Stars & Teeth

I read and really enjoyed All the Stars and Teeth last year. It felt like a brand new idea, an original magic system and the pace was fast on account of the adventure element as well as the mystery of both Bastian and her fathers secrets about the kingdom. I remember spe
thewoollygeek (tea, cake, crochet & books)
This book destroyed me, I am broke, that end , just can’t !
But beyond this devastated me, is one also that has just finished reading another amazing book by Adalyn Grace, a fabulous sequel, one again that made me happy, sad, sit on the edge of my seat and scream out loud. These books are addictive, you will care about the characters, what will happen and you’ll stay up late needing to know more, unable to stop reading. If you’ve read All the stars and teeth then you’ll definitely want to dive in
Sowmya (bookishelflife)
Jan 31, 2021 rated it really liked it

All The Tides Of Fate picks up a few months after the events of All The Stars and The Teeth, Amora the newly crowned queen of Visidia is burdened with more than the crown, from the aristocratic representatives who are opposing to the changes she brought about from the last season to her haunting PTSD from the trauma she faced in the past along with the losing her magic leaves her restless and unnerved. In order to restore the kingdom by finding an alliance to secure the throne and with a pers
Jan 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
*I received an e-arc via Netgalley in a giveaway from the author, Adalyn Grace, and Fierce Reads. Thank you for the opportunity!*

Having recently read All the Stars and Teeth, I was SO excited to dive back into this world. All the Tides of Fate certainly did not disappoint! It’s so hard to put into words how I’m feeling after this one. Definitely feeling all the feels.

The story starts off a couple of months after the events that took place in the first book. You quickly become acclimated. Amora h
Caitlin Reads
Nov 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
I loved the first book and was so excited to receive this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I devoured this in two days. In All the Tides of Fate, we rejoin Amora and Bastian on their adventure. Amora trying to fix her kingdom while searching the country for a king to join her but is really trying to figure out how to separate her soul from Bastian and determine if her growing feelings for him are real or a result of their shared soul. I thought Adalyn Grace did an excellent job world buildi ...more
May 01, 2020 marked it as to-read
April 30, 2020: Look at that book cover guys! I mean I definitely like the first book cover better, but this one rocks too!
Sep 19, 2020 marked it as want-to-read-new  ·  review of another edition
I loved All The Stars And Teeth so, so much and plan to re-read it in January. Can't wait! ...more
All the Tides of Fate is a pretty satisfying conclusion to the adventurous and swashbuckling All the Stars and Teeth duology (given the cliffhangers and plot twists at the end of the first book). In the second installment, Adalyn Grace focused more on the politics within the worldbuilding as well as the emotional aspects of the characters. So here in All the Tides of Fate, I get to know more about the islands that Amora and her crew visited. I found the description of these islands really colour ...more
Arielle ⭐ Cursebreaker ⭐
Jan 06, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya, new-2021, fantasy
Re-posting for release day!!!

“Are you sure we should even be in here?” Casem demands, his eyes darting around the crowd. His whole body is surprisingly tense.
Sympathetially, Ferrick places a hand on my guard’s shoulder, shaking his head. “It’s no use, Casem. This crew knows no reason.”

The second book in this duology starts off a few months after the end of All the Stars and Teeth. Amora is doing the best she can to pick up the broken pieces of her kingdom all while trying not to fall apart over
April B.
Jan 17, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Thank you so much Fierce Reads, NetGalley and Adalyn Grace for the opportunity to read the eARC of All the Tides of Fate!!

After I finished All the Stars and Teeth, I was on pins and needles to find out what happens next. I was definitely not disappointed! The story picks up 2 seasons later and Amora is the Queen of Visidia, the only ones that know about her curse and lost magic are Bastian, Ferrick, Vateea, Casem, Shanty, her Mother and Aunt Kalea. Amora has distanced herself emotionally from Ba
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Adalyn Grace is a New York Times bestselling author of All the Stars and Teeth, which was named “2020’s biggest YA fantasy” by Entertainment Weekly.

Prior to becoming an author, Adalyn spent four years working in live theatre, acted as the managing editor of a nonprofit newspaper, and studied storytelling as an intern on Nickelodeon Animation’s popular series The Legend of Korra.

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