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All the tides of fate is the sequel to All the Stars and teeth by Adalyn Grace and the last book in this duology (with how the book ends I guess it's a duology).
Amara conquered the throne of Visidia through her blood and sacrifice. But not the love of her people. Now, she have lost her power due to a curse that link half her soul to Bastian. And no one can now the truth. To save herself and all of Visidia she embark on a new journey to break the curse. With Ferrick, Bastian and Vataea back on the Keel Haul. To new person accompany them, Shanty and Casem. They need to find a mysterious and mythical artifact that could solve her problem, but at a terrible cost.
I won't let my bitterness over not knowing there would be a sequel when I read All the Stars and Teeth last year affect this. The time between reading these books definitely didn't help me, though. At first, I was frustrated with Amora because she wasn't leaning on her friends when she clearly needed to. I had to piece things together to remember what happened. But when I did, and when I realized that she was actually suffering from PTSD and depression as a result of the events of book one, I was absolutely over the moon. So few authors show the in depth psychology of tragedy and grief and the long term affects it has, on the individual and the people around them. I freaking loved seeing that in this book. Dark and gritty, set in a well-thought-out world with fully fleshed out characters with unique dilemmas, I highly recommend this book.