All of Our Demise: The epic conclusion to All of Us Villains
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As the curse teeters closer and closer to collapse, the surviving champions each face a choice: dismantle the tournament piece by piece, or fight to the death as this story was always intended. The characters split into two groups — those who want to break the curse by dismantling And a new champion has entered the fray, one who seeks to break the curse for good… no matter how many lives are sacrificed in the process.
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There’s a relatively large cast of characters—or, at least, of main characters—so it’s incredibly impressive that they are all given fulfilling and heart-wrenching character arcs.As the curse teeters closer and closer to collapse, the surviving champions each face a choice: dismantle the tournament piece by piece, or fight to the death as this story always intended.
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They’d been a source of comfort as they grew up shuffled from cousin to cousin after being abandoned as toddlers by their grieving mother. And the Relics—seven items that fell intermittently throughout the three months of the tournament—were the ingredients. As is the same in the first book, our group are at odds, and have been their whole life, due to the nature of the tournament.
I really enjoyed both books and love the world Herman and Foody created - a dark, twisted, magical spin on The Hunger Games. The evolving romantic relationships are so well done, and if you’d told me at the start that I would be team anyone other than the emerging couple in the first book, I would have said no way. Three deadly fissures already split through the side with the champions’ names, compared to Briony and Finley’s single victorious crack on its opposite surface, whose circle of seven stars represented the Relics.
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Wrought iron lanterns winked at Briony from the stone walls as she followed, as did the Tower’s powerful warding spellstones lodged within the mortar. She is a New York Times, USA Today, and indie bestselling author of fantasy novels, including the All of Us Villains duology, the Wilderlore series, The Shadow Game series, and more. I enjoyed the Alistair-Gavin-Hendry side of the story most of all, followed closely by the Isobel chapters.As the story unfolds, readers are drawn deeper into the complex world of Ilvernath, and the motivations of the characters become increasingly murky.