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A young lady with an unknown name, at least at the beginning of Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain found herself inside the game that she had been playing so desperately for hours and attempting to finish. She thought she was dreaming.

In fact, she hoped she was dreaming. In this game, she transmigrated into the villain of the game, Penelope Eckart. Penelope Eckart was the villainess of the game, but towards the end of the game, she became the heroine.

Yes, the author narrates that the game’s theme and background song suddenly changed when it got to the last level because it was a very different ball game with the former villainess as the heroine.

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Part 1: Main Story of Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain

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The nature of the game was that the heroine had to gain the interest of men in the game. The higher the interest each man had for her, the more her chances of scaling through the game.

At first, when the young girl outside the game was playing, the stages were so easy, yet the plot of the game was so interesting to the extent that she was determined to see how the game would end, so she kept on playing until she got to the last stage.

At the last stage of the game, the villainess from the easier and earlier stages became the heroine in the last stage, and to the young girl’s surprise, the difficulty level was out of this world.

No matter the route she chose, Death Was The Only Ending For The Villain. She had died uncountable times during the course of the game to the extent that she lost track of how many times she had hit the restart button.

The death of the heroine of the last stage was so fatal that it sent shivers through the girl’s spine each time the game announced the death. It demoralized her until she gritted her teeth in anger. Frustrated after playing so many rounds of the game, the girl fell asleep, and to her surprise, she woke up in a different, yet familiar world. Read similar book

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The author describes this ending part of the game as a “‘hidden ending.” That had to be the catch that made the girl playing the game so stuck on the game. She was eager to see this “hidden ending.” Having suddenly slept off, she woke up as Penelope Eckart, the villainess turned heroine of the game at the final stage. The young girl had not been able to get to finish the game to exactly know how the villainess turned heroine, Penelope Eckart ended up, but what she was sure of was that Penelope Eckart suffered a lot of humiliation while she was the heroine. That was the same reality that the transmigrated young girl woke up to.

In Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain Book, the young girl woke up to a maid calling her name with a trace of mockery in her tone. Penelope Eckart! The transmigrated Penelope Eckart what taken aback. Just like in the game, the maid had no facial features, and she wore the same outfit as every other maid.

The girl didn’t need anyone to tell her that she was no longer in the natural world of the living that she was used to, but in this horrible game that she didn’t even know how to get out of.

And, she was being humiliated, just like in the game. The maid that woke her up claimed to have fixed her bath water, meanwhile, when the transmigrated Penelope Eckart entered the bathroom, the water was ice cold, so, what exactly did the maid fix?

Besides, there were spots on her body, as if a needle had been used to poke several spots on her arm. Penelope Eckart, the transmigrated one, found it difficult to understand why she would have such spots on her body until she remembered that the original Penelope Eckart was putting on an open-shoulder blouse one day, and she saw the marks.

She used to think it was a birthmark, but now that she had transmigrated into Penelope’s body, she knew for a fact what the scar was.

Meanwhile, in the game, her stepbrothers also violated her and didn’t treat her with any regard whatsoever, so while she was going through the worst in the hands of an ordinary maid, she remembered that it was just the tip of the iceberg compared to her nerve wrenching brothers.

Read Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain to see what happened to Penelope Eckart in and outside the game.

Part 2: Hot Chapters of Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain

Chapter 1/Prologue

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In the first chapter and prologue of Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain, Penelope Eckart had already been transmigrated. Yes, the book starts with an already transmigrated Penelope Eckart finding it difficult to adjust to her new world.

She was being bullied by a man, asking her about an incident that happened with the crowned prince, and the only time Penelope Eckart could speak was when she toggled on the commands that floated in front of her face, if not, she could not just speak naturally out of her own accord.

Chapter 3

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This chapter of Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain narrates the beginning of the humiliation that the transmigrated Penelope Eckart faced. “‘Lady, wake up,” a maid was telling her, this was after she had been bullied by a certain man that she had no idea about who he was at the beginning of the book.

The man had left her alone, and she had somehow fallen asleep, only to be awakened by her maid, who was right in the middle of continuing to humiliate Penelope Eckart. I can only imagine how horrified the transmigrated girl would have felt at all this.

Not knowing how the game eventually ended meant that she didn’t know her fate, and she didn’t know what to do and what not to do in order not to end up dying, thus the title of the book comes to life, Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain.

Part 3: Evaluate Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain

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Death Is The Only Ending For The Villain is a book that would make readers want to know more about it. The English are a little bit bad in some areas, but apart from that, the book is generally worth it. Guaranteed to immerse readers a hundred percent. Read similar book

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