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Author:
Amy Plum
ISBN13:
978-1907411038
ISBN:
1907411038
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Publisher:
Atom (May 1, 2012)
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
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1942 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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673

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UNTIL I DIE is the exciting and utterly enchanting second book in author Amy Plum's Revenants series

UNTIL I DIE is the exciting and utterly enchanting second book in author Amy Plum's Revenants series. With its Parisian backdrop, its captivating storyline and lovable characters, this sequel continues this engaging series that is part urban fantasy and part paranormal romance with a touch of mystery. As Kate begins to settle into a life with revenants and starts to feel at home among them, two new arrivals and the departure of a close friend change things once again. And with Vincent keeping his distance and keeping secrets, she's feeling more like an outsider than ever.

Until she In the City of Lights, two star-crossed lovers battle a fate that is destined to tear them apart again and again for eternity

Until she In the City of Lights, two star-crossed lovers battle a fate that is destined to tear them apart again and again for eternity. When Kate Mercier's parents die in a tragic car accident, she leaves her life-and memories-behind to live with her grandparents in Paris. Mysterious, charming, and devastatingly handsome, Vincent threatens to melt the ice around Kate's guarded heart with just his smile.

In Die for Me, Amy Plum created a captivating paranormal mythology with immortal revenants and a lush Paris setting

In Die for Me, Amy Plum created a captivating paranormal mythology with immortal revenants and a lush Paris setting. Until I Die is poised to thrill readers with more heart-pounding suspense, spellbinding romance, and a cliff-hanger ending that will leave them desperate for the third and final novel in the series. Until I Die 1 of 4. 2:23:58. Until I Die 2 of 4. 2:23:56. Until I Die 3 of 4. 2:30:06. Until I Die 4 of 4. Until I Die - Plum, Am. pub.

Amy Plum (born 1967) is an American and French young-adult fiction writer, best known for her Die for Me series. Plum was born in Portland, Oregon, and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. After receiving a bachelor's degree in psychology from Wheaton College in Illinois, she lived in Paris, London (where she received a master of arts in medieval art history from the Courtauld Institute) and New York, before settling in France.

Until I Die. 305 printed pages. I know I’ll do whatever it takes-even if it means lying to the people I love-to fight against a fate that is trying to tear us apart. I wish there was only today, just right now, and no forever. It seems fitting that I fell in love in Paris, the most beautiful city in the world. And if I pretend, I can almost believe that my life is normal and everyone I care about is safe. But as long as I’m with Vincent, normal doesn’t exist. Gorgeous, charming, and witty, he’s everything you could ask for in a boyfriend-but his destiny is so much more. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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Books by Amy Plum: If I Should Di. 10. Die for Her: a Die for Me Novella.

Books by Amy Plum: If I Should Die., 10. Until the Beginning. 8, 10. Die for Me. Die Once More.

The internationally bestselling sequel to the paranormal romance Die for Me, which Aprilynne Pike, New York Times bestselling author of the Wings series, said "delivers a refreshingly human heroine alongside a hero truly deserving the title. Kate and Vincent have overcome the odds and at last they are together in Paris, the city of love.

  • ~4/5

    I put off reading this because I heard about a horrible cliffhanger, but now I have the third, and last, book, so I finally got to reading it. And I'm kind of glad that I waited, because I would not have liked having to wait so long.

    This book seemed to move rather slowly. It's not action-packed, it focuses a lot on Kate and Vincent's relationship, along with a reasonable amount for the other characters. It's rather character-based, although there is still some action. It doesn't seem like very much is happening, but there actually is. And for some reason, it's really easy to get sucked into the story, to keep wanting to read, and for the pages to go by rather quickly.

    The descriptions of the places that Kate goes are rather well done. I get a good image of where she is, and I can easily tell that Kate is enjoying it, is relishing in the view. Also, I like that the Eifel Tower is not the centered Paris Place in this book; it tends to be the main event for most people, is always the thing showed and thought of when Paris is brought up, so I'm glad that Kate sees so much else, and that the Eifel Tower only gets a couple small mentions, in this one and the first book.

    I'm still a rather big fan of Vincent and Kate; Vincent is a sweetheart, and Kate is very active and pretty smart, which I like. The romance between them is well done, and a lot of focus is placed on it, which I think is good. There are also several romantic scenes between the two, and the only upsetting thing about that is that they're so tiny.

    I haven't grown as close with the other characters, and some of them are kind of hard to remember what their personality is supposed to be, just because the time with them is so little. I do like Georgia, Kate's sister, as well as Jules, and Ambrose seems funny, although I don't feel like I know the last two well enough. We met some new characters in this book, and I kind of already guessed what was going to happen with them, so I wasn't surprised.

    I think my biggest, and really only, problem with the book was that I didn't feel very intense emotions throughout any of it. At the end, for example, when this big climax happened, I didn't feel like I was experiencing what Kate should have been feeling. I think she should have been hurried, rushed, but she didn't seem to be. And that kind of bothered me. That's really the only reason that the rating is only a light 4 stars, instead of higher.

    The ending, though, was a rather bad cliffhanger. It's just mean, and I'm not very happy about it. I have several theories on where the story could go from here, some of which regarding the very end of the book, and some regarding the Champion business, but I'm not going to talk about them here, just because they would be full of spoilers and I don't want to ruin that much. I'll just leave it at: I'm very excited to read the last book.

    As soon as I finish this review, in fact, I plan on starting it. I'm not even giving the series a break/pause to read another book, like I normally would. I'm fully ready to see how this series ends, and very excited for it.

    [This review is also available on my blog.]

  • UNTIL I DIE is the exciting and utterly enchanting second book in author Amy Plum's Revenants series. With its Parisian backdrop, its captivating storyline and lovable characters, this sequel continues this engaging series that is part urban fantasy and part paranormal romance with a touch of mystery.

    As Kate begins to settle into a life with revenants and starts to feel at home among them, two new arrivals and the departure of a close friend change things once again. And with Vincent keeping his distance and keeping secrets, she's feeling more like an outsider than ever.

    But when she learns that there may be a way for her and Vincent to find their happily ever after, a way that won't be as dark, dangerous and full of secrets as whatever way Vincent thinks is their only chance for happiness, she has to try and find out just what it is. Because if she can't, if Vincent's way is the only way, it could mean losing Vincent forever. And a lot sooner than she ever would have imagined.

    UNTIL I DIE introduces new characters, new threats and a chance at a happy ending for Kate and Vincent. It delves deeper into the world of revenants and touches upon a new development that will likely be explored in the next book in the series. And while the pace may start off slowly, it picks up as the story continues and leads to an incredibly exciting and climactic conclusion.

    The story's protagonist, Kate, has become an even stronger and more interesting character in this sequel. With Vincent's withdrawal and secretive behavior, she proves that she is more than capable of acting independently. And with Jules being ever-present, the story doesn't quite abandon the idea of a love triangle.

    The author continues to build upon the tension between the two factions of revenants in this sequel, and introduces a new, unknown enemy into the mix whose identity seems as if it would be fairly obvious to the reader, but less so for the characters, which adds to the story's suspense.

    But it is the story's end that offers the most thrills, excitement, surprises and heartbreak. The truth about the betrayal is uncovered, but questions still remain for the next book in the series. And with a heart-wrenching cliffhanger ending, this story guarantees that readers will return to find out whether this series ends happily or tragically.

    UNTIL I DIE is a must for fans of this series. With new developments about the revenants, new possibilities for the main characters, moments that heartwarming and those that are heartbreaking and a killer cliffhanger ending, this second installment in the series is not one to be missed.

    And for those readers who don't enjoy hanging off a cliff, having the next book in the series on-hand is also a must.