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Lord Voldemort Vs. Professor Moriarty: The Arch Villain Madness Final Showdown

It's down to the final two: Voldemort vs. Professor Moriarty. Who is the move evil book villain of all time? Vote now and help us decide.

This is it! After weeks of winnowing down the field, we're down to the final two villains--Lord Voldemort and Professor Moriarty--and it's time for them to go head-to-head to find out who is the Best Book Villain of all time!

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Welcome (or welcome back) to the Writer's Digest Arch Villain Madness of Famous Book Bad Guys. We want to know: Who is the Best Book Villain of All-Time? Who will win? That's up to you. Voting starts today here on the blog, on Facebook and on Twitter, and lasts until on Thursday, April 6 at noon. The evil-doer with the most cumulative votes will be crowned the champion of our Arch Villain Madness.

Please share far and wide so we can get as many votes as possible, and make your voice heard by simply clicking on the book cover below of the villains you want to see move on to the next round.

The end of Arch Villain Madness is near! Who's the #BestBookVillain? Make your voice heard by voting now.

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