All of Our Demise by Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman
All of Our Demise picks up right where All of Us Villains left off (they truly are one single really, really long book). The same four Champions’ points of view are used in this book. In between attempting to kill each other and waiting for relics to fall, there is plenty of time for three romances to bloom. The trials to destroy the landmarks are each unique and fit the families perfectly. At times it seems to drag a little, but it’s always stuff that is extremely important to the plot. It’s very long, yet reads relatively fast. The ending is satisfying and, like with Hunger Games (it’s still more or less an extremely well-written Hunger Games fanfic), it touches on the trauma that will always affect the surviving Champions. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed All of Us Villains and wants to know how the story ends.
5 (out of 5) Stars
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