Book Review | All of Us Villains Duology by Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman

Friday, November 25, 2022

Summary: The Blood Moon rises. The Blood Veil falls. The Tournament begins. Every generation, at the coming of the Blood Moon, seven families in the remote city of Ilvernath each name a champion to compete in a tournament to the death. The prize? Exclusive control over a secret wellspring of high magick, the most powerful resource in the world―one thought long depleted. But this year a scandalous tell-all book has exposed the tournament and thrust the seven new champions into the worldwide spotlight. The book also granted them valuable information previous champions never had―insight into the other families’ strategies, secrets, and weaknesses. And most important, it gave them a choice: accept their fate or rewrite their legacy. Either way, this is a story that must be penned in blood.

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

My Thoughts: 
This duology was so good. Like the Hunger Games with magic, but so much better (in my opinion). Everything about these books was amazing.

I knew from Alistair’s first chapter that he was going to be my favorite. But, I had NO idea that some of the ones I liked in the first book, I would end up hating in the second book…except Alistair. He was my favorite all the way through.

“The nightmares had not taught him to fear the dark. The nightmares had taught him to become it.”

The character building and world development was incredible in both of these books. I really liked seeing some go from good to evil and some from evil to good. In the end, it all came together so well, whether champions were allies or enemies.

I read through both of these in about three days. I could not stop. I 
had to know what happened at the end. Did they fail? Did they succeed? Did they live or die? So many questions that I needed answered.

If you liked the Hunger Games, go read these.

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