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Heady with romance and rife with danger, the second book of the DIE FOR ME series follows Vincent and Kate as they search—separately—for a solution to. Until i die amy plum pdf. PDF This well designed app is the best dart was rebooted Since the latest updates there have the lock box. RASHA Application. Until i die amy plum pdf. The created WP themes are validated and optimized. Environmental releases of fluoride can occur through industrial processes such.
Kate shines in this book, and I mush say, it is a shame that the YA tourney occurred before this book is published. Actually, I have a hunch that this book only scrapes the surface of the detail constructed around these beautiful, mystical beings, but I found myself so very intrigued about all these facts that we did not know before, and I am sure everyone else will love them too!
I know everyone is interested about the plot and what happens, and some are concerned about the ending yes, it is worthy of tears , but I am wary of spoilers. And this book gives an excellent view of how Kate and Vincent each deal with this conflict, and as I said before, it is in watching Kate go through this and how she deals with this, that makes me love her even more.
And yes, it is a very sad ending, quite a contrast to the lovely ending of the last book, but this is a trilogy! It does not mean that the end of the story will be tragic!
Although, for all I know, it could be. Besides, no matter how mad some of us might get at authors for making tragic, cliffhanger endings, we love it. After all, books make us feel things, and tragic, cliffhanger endings sure do make me feel a lot! If nothing else, this book was entertaining, and I loved the Buffy references and the mass of old films.
If you like the first book, you will love the second installment. If you did not like the first book, I am still betting that you will love the second installment. If you do not already know this, not only is she a great writer, but also she is fantastic when it comes to communicating with us fans. Just check out the acknowledgment page when this book hits the stands. So another big thank you for being so awesome to us.
Die Rezi: Jan 14, Kathy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am so far behind! I read this book back in March and have not gotten around to writing a review. I guess it's a good thing life was too crazy to read much last month or I may never get caught up on my reviews. I love this series. I don't think it has got the hype it deserves.
Great setting, beautiful cover, well written, fabulous characters and clean enough that I don't have to put a big disclaimer if I recommend it.
Can't wait to see how I am so far behind! Can't wait to see how everything plays out in the next book. Be warned there is a huge cliffhanger ending and the final book doesn't come out until May of ! If you haven't read this series you should but maybe wait until it's a little closer to the release date for the final book: If I Should Die. I can't wait to read it! I admit I did like the first book in the series a tad more than I liked this one.
I was able to put Until I Die down when I had to and come back to it. There are some books I just can't put down such as book 1 - Die for Me but this was one I could. Still a great book! ARC from Publisher Content: I didn't take any notes but I can't remember anything really objectionable. A little too grown up for my 12 year old but ok for older teens.
View all 6 comments. Mar 08, Jena marked it as to-read. I want this SO bad. View 2 comments.
May 08, Mitch rated it liked it. Reviewer's Note: At the onset, it became apparent I wasn't the right person for reviewing this book. She also wanted me to give th Reviewer's Note: She also wanted me to give this one five stars, but I refused, so she's threatening to eat my sandwich the next time we go out for lunch together.
We both know I'll just order another one. Stay tuned. So, uh, the Die for Me sequel. It's so good!!! And how would you describe it, like the intro for a review maybe? Until I Die has been one of the best and one of the worst books I have ever read. Overall, the book was amazing. There was a fantastic plot as usual and lots of action and romance. I didn't ask for an actual intro. One of the worst books ever, let's focus on that.
The ending of the book had me wanting to rip my hair out! That bad huh? Want to try one of my crime thrillers? Maybe a young adult book with some actual action? Amy leaves the ending on a cliff-hanger and I'm just dying for the next one. So when does it come out? Readers, if you can fill this in for me in the comments, much appreciated. Never mind, I see it's May , not that I'm going to say anything. What's wrong with the cliffhanger? As a warning, there are unmarked spoilers from here on out.
I thought about marking them, but it'd mess up the flow of the conversation, so I left them unmarked. You've been warned. It was the worst way to end it because it was a life or death situation. We don't know whether or not Vincent is dead. He is such a good person that not knowing whether he is dead or alive is heartbreaking.
However, the way it is written even with the hair-pulling ending is amazing. It's easily a five-star book! And besides, authors are supposed to keep you wanting more. Amy does a fantastic job with this book. I'm not giving it five stars. There is where she threatened to eat my sandwich. I'll spare you the details. Some time later Let's talk about plot. The villain was written perfectly. I could not have predicted who it was.
And why's that? I'm more surprised by her statement than who the villain is. And another warning, her answer has a lot of spoilers.
Violet seemed so sweet and innocent and she was a revenant. Nobody could have thought she was actually in cahoots with the Numa. There was an intense battle scene between the revenants and Numa and people's true allegiances came out. This only made Vincent's 'death' all the more heartbreaking.
And what was most surprising was how Violet's best friend betrays her and decides to help the good guys instead of her. At this point, I don't think we're reading the same book, the battle scene was like less than a chapter of maybe five or six people in a streetfight in an alley. Correct me if I'm wrong. Ok, what about characters? You keep mentioning Vincent. What's so great about him? This question was an accident. Didn't I already tell you?
He is such a good person. That's it? No other reason? This one too. That's it. That's what mushy romances are all about, obviously you don't understand dummy. And he's not the main character. What about Kate? She figures out Kate's the narrator, obviously, and then goes right back into how much she needs to read the next book. At this point I'm not really paying attention.
Anyway, there you have it. Why you should read this book. Personally, I think it's merely ok or maybe a little better, not nearly as bad as Twilight which this has been compared to in marketing materials, but not the amazing thing it should be given all the great reviews.
There's a new mystery in this one that goes into the world of revenants a little more, and just like last time Kate goes around trying to find answers. At least she's independent and thinks for herself.
The plot's investigative, not really fast moving, and the action if it's ok to call it that is confined to the last few chapters, just like Die for Me , but I suppose it all works out to about the same as the first book.
And as always, Amy Plum sure knows her stuff about France.
Yeah, tepid endorsement, but otherwise I got nothing. Three stars. View all 9 comments. Oct 28, Lily WhoLockian rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just as beautiful as the art for book one. Synopsis provided by goodreads WOW!
This book blew me away. After book one which I loved I was really excited to get my hands on this one. This book picks up just after the ending of book one, Plum glosses over the events in book one in about half a page scattered throughout book two. I do recommend you read book one before picking up book 2.
We meet our heros again and we learn more about the revenants and the numa in this one then we did before.
Their history really comes alive in this one! We also get to learn a little more about Jules and his human life, which was awesome. Though I admit I am a Vincent fan girl all the way! We get to see him grow as a character and we learn some surprising and great information about him that we never knew before.
This book for me was an emotional roller-coaster, there were twists and turns, some I guessed, some I didn't. I was literally laughing out loud, sighing, saying things like "Aw, that is so sweet! I've never wanted the last book in a series this much. Both are great books, but with this installment Plum has shown she is a literary force that will go far. The wait for book three will be a long one for fans after that massive cliff hanger ending.
Jul 05, Lexy S. This series is one of the only romances I like. Recensione sul blog: Jun 24, Alyssa rated it it was amazing. I want it NOW!!!!!!!!! Nov 04, Sandra rated it really liked it. The day I stop seeing you as one of the strongest people I know is the day I wake up human. First off, I would like to emphasize that I love Ms. I love the way she writes and her creative way in making the dead so hot.
I love the chemistry between Kate and Vincent on the fir The day I stop seeing you as one of the strongest people I know is the day I wake up human.
I love the chemistry between Kate and Vincent on the first book. I love the setting Where? Paris baby! Plus the cover of the first and second book were G. There are tons of things to love about the Revenant series but this second book slightly disappointed me. A lot of you might bash me for even saying that but really there are a lot of low points for me in this book but luckily the ending still made it a good book for me.
I just love unexpected endings! And this book despite the cliffhanger would definitely put you at the edge of your seat pleading for the next book! Here the low lights of this book for me: I love Kate and Vincent. I already made that clear on the first part of this review. Their relationship for me was as normal as breathing for me even though we all know how not normal their relationship is falling in love with a dead person? Definitely not normal!
Something was so not right with Kate and Vincent on this book. Their couple problem was actually the reason why the bad thing at the end of the book happened. I was hoping for something more. It lacked action. It became boring on the middle part of the book but at least it progressed towards the end.
It was a little predictable. Okay, I am gonna be honest, it was very predictable. I knew who the bad guy was from the very beginning. That was a big minus point for me. Like the first book, this book has a slow pace. Too slow for me. It worked for the second book but not on this one. Yeah I know I noticed a lot of bad things but there were good things too.
Let me start with the cover. It is just so gorgeous. I get to learn more about the Revenant history more. I am always fascinated with how they started or if whether everyone does what they do or if whether they know everyone and how the Revenant thing worked. There was less action but more information. Why worse? Because it would definitely make you want more of it. This may not be one of my favorite sequels but it the third one I think would be very much anticipated not just by me but by everyone!
Will I still read the last book? I want to know how everything will play out. I want to see what happens to Vincent and Kate. I want to know if Jules will find love. I give this book 3.
View all 13 comments. Nov 11, Annie Brewer rated it it was amazing Shelves: So yeah, this book was all kinds of badass and now I'm freaking out! That ending was evil!!!!!!! I love this series with mad passion. Amy Plum is a fantastic storyteller with an imagination that I long to have. This book picks up where book one left off and though it was a year since I read Die For Me, I don't remember the details but I'm remember how much I loved the plot and the badass characters.
Now we're introduced to new characters, Violette and Arthur. Lots of crazy shit happens and I'm along for the ride and love every bit of it. Kate is in love with a revenant He saved her life a year ago and they've gotten close and fallen in love. Well how weird is it to be in love with a zombie Though a sexy one, I'll take that. Now Kate is part of their world, living in Paris, finishing high school all the while being sought out by the bad guys known as numa. A lot of crazy shiz happen and while trying to find a way for her and Vincent to be together without too much complication since he saves humans and dies in the process, things start to take a turn for the worse.
Kate, being human and getting herself into dangerous trouble will stop at nothing to find a cure for her beloved.
But when things go amiss, she finds that she's confided in the wrong person for advice and handed over information that has now destroyed her hopes of any future with Vincent Ahhhhhh okay, I almost gave shit away.
All I'm gonna say is that even though the first half was filled with nothing but well nothing too crazy happened. I enjoyed everything.
Every time Vincent was in the scene I was either smiling like a fool or swooning like a teenage girl. I heart that boy!
He's truly amazing and my favorite revenant. But that ending has me worried as hell and I can't wait to read the last book and see what happens. I know Amy won't disappoint. Also I love this series being set in Paris. It's gorgeous and I can just imagine all the places that are mentioned and described so vividly. It makes me wanna go there so badly. Also I love every damn character in this book I love Georgia, she's the best sister ever. Ambrose is amazing What can I say?!
I love him too. This was a fantastic continuation to a wonderful series. If you haven't read it, I highly recommend it!!!! View all 4 comments. Jan 19, Shannon marked it as probably-shouldn-t-read Shelves: Didn't like the first book much so I was probably not going to read this any time soon anyway, now I don't know if I care to read more of this author ever, regardless of my feelings about the first one.
So very tired of all of this. So very tired. Added a link to the first book because I'm a whore for "likes" and I must crush Lucy in the charts! Assolutamente NO. Secondo romanzo della serie paranormal romance Revenants, Until I Die riprende esattamente dal finale di Die for me, che tutto sommato non ci aveva lasciato con un cliffhanger mozzafiato.
La trama di questo romanzo gira intorno principalmente al fatto che Kate e Vincent sono alla disperata ricerca di una soluzione alla loro complicata storia d'amore umana - immortale, e nel farlo si mettono entrambi incoscientemente in pericolo. Arrivano alla Maison in aiuto dei Revenants di Parigi, Arthur e Violette, due Revenants che vengono da un'altra epoca e per questo parlano in maniera strana! Ne ho pure un'altra su chi sia il Campione, se fosse Vincent sarebbe troppo scontato! Tra rivelazioni, questioni in sospeso, tradimenti e la ricerca di una soluzione, non ci si annoia di certo!
Merito anche dei personaggi secondari, sono molti quelli che mi piacciono e mi divertono, a partire dall'ironica sorella di Kate che ha sempre la battutina pronta, e l'affascinante Jules. Lettura consigliata? Si, ovviamente dopo aver letto Die for me! Sin duda los dos grandes giros finales que hay dejan con la boca abierta y son totalmente inesperados. Eso me ha encantado.
Me gusta mucho Vincent porque es un personaje muy bien caracterizado. Al igual que Kate, que va aprendiendo muchas cosas y va desarrollando su personalidad poco a poco. Me muero por leer el tercer libro. Apr 08, Kristi rated it really liked it Shelves: Until I Die really surprised me. And in a good way. You know what I mean.
In the first book our hero and heroine are working do hard to be together and then they finally get to at the end. Only to find some sort of unobtainable obstacle in book two that pushes them apart.
Well not really. Sure Vincent and Kate had their share of struggles, but they were together. They might have bee Until I Die really surprised me. They might have been keeping a few things from each other, but they always told the other what was going on, just not eventually. That made me really respect them as characters!
This sequel was a smashing success! I adored it! Jules and Ambrose, I love those two.
I really missed Charlotte this time around. And they do die! And I really enjoyed the new characters we meet this time around! Though I figured out who the bad guy was long before Kate let the pieces fall together! Until I Die really does a wonderful job setting up the next book. On another note, I love that I get to visit Paris while reading these novels.
You can tell that Plum has a wonderful understanding of the city and the culture. I only hope I can experience it first hand one day!
Apr 29, Mariya rated it it was ok Shelves: Honestly, I'm highly disappointed in Until I Die. It was extremely hard to get through this book. I think it took me at least a month to finish it. I kept putting it down after each and every chapter. I really wish I could've liked it but I didn't. There were things in this book that were just too dull and predictable.
I became uninterested in the story within the first couple chapters, but I kept going til the end hoping th Honestly, I'm highly disappointed in Until I Die. I became uninterested in the story within the first couple chapters, but I kept going til the end hoping that it would pick up, but it didn't. I think the chances that I will read the final book are very slim right now.
View all 18 comments. I'm so mad right now. I really didn't enjoy this book, at all. But I struggled through it because I really enjoyed Die for Me and hoped that the third book will be better. I only started to enjoy this at the very end, and then it ends on a massive cliffhanger.
Well, it took me five days to get through this book and I think that speaks volumes. I really struggled with Until I Die, a book I had been really looking forward to reading, having absolutely loving Die for Me.
It's been a whi I'm so mad right now. It's been a while since I read Die for Me so I don't remember every little detail, just the enjoyment I had from reading it. So I was very surprised to find myself feeling quite negative towards Kate. She just really didn't appeal to me throughout this book. But I was still completely in adoration of Vincent, and that's probably what kept me going. The hardship that he was going through in this book for Kate just pee'd me off.
While we don't find out exactly what it is until the end, we do know that it's not something that's doing him any good.
He has bags under his eyes and sometimes literally looks like death warmed up. While I admired him for doing it, and trying to make it easier on Kate being with him, I felt that he shouldn't have to be doing anything, that she should have just accepted him as he was. I very quickly guessed who the enemy was going to be and didnt' like them from the start. A lot of the time I had an idea what was going on with their motives and couldn't figure out how no one else could see it, so needless to say, that was very annoying.
The secondary characters that we know and love from Die for Me actually play very little part in Until I Die and I missed the banter I had enjoyed between them all previously.
Kate begins to do her own sleuthing then on trying to find a cure for Vincent which does add a little bit more interest, but this isn't until almost halfway through. We learn more about the history of the Revenant's and the Numa and of a prophecy that tells of a Champion among the Revenant's, who will be able to destroy the Numa once and for all.
But the person who kills the Champion, will automatically take all their powers. Any action or excitement in this book didn't occur until the very end. And then it ends on a woeful cliffhanger. I was left feeling so mad that I just wanted to fling this book out of the nearest window. I couldn't believe that I had struggled through this boring, dullness for the past five days for it to end with that. Obviously, such a cliffhanger ensures that I will indeed pick up the next book despite the fact that this was pure insipidness.
View all 17 comments. Mar 26, Isamlq rated it it was ok Shelves: So yeah, you could say that the romance had been kicked up a notch several notches, I suppose. Though I could have lived with it being all about them if there were something more to look forward to. And when it did touch on something not involving the couple rarely, by the way things felt short to me.
Anyway beyond the two were a couple of new players who were so obviously not who they said they were, a couple of interesting annoying moments of selfishness by both the main protags And, I concede, some interesting moments with a couple of the supporting characters. Jules in particular had me wondering about his role in books to come especially with the way things ended in this one. Speak of the ending: I won't be reading the last book in the series.
I liked that the sisters liked each other, but Georgia always getting in trouble and acting like a party girl got on my nerves. She was always hot for someone and her fake southern accent - not sure why anyone wanted her around. I don't understand how her grandparents allowed her party behavior. There was a nice 3. There was a nice twist in this one. Shocking I did not see that one coming!!
I know everyone is team Vincent, but not sure if I was ever in love with Vincent like everyone else.
Vincent is almost too perfect. Plus, Kate is not his first love. He was engaged to a woman, Helene, before he died that he loved with all his heart. I really liked Jules. Julia Whelan did a good job for the most part, but she made Vincent sound like a 50 year old man not a 19 year old.
Plum handles the intrigue and builds tension, ending with a major cliffhanger that should compel readers to the final book in the trilogy. The suspense takes precedence over the romance as Kate follows clues, first to find more information on revenants and then to uncover the spy in their midst.
Several of the characters stand out as interesting individuals, enhancing the entertainment value in the story, along with a few good action scenes.
Good thrills and intrigue. The historical elements and the magic evoked by the Parisian setting work to paint a full landscape that has a deep otherworldly connection while remaining entirely ordinary in the very best way.
Plum does an excellent job of giving depth and substance to her secondary characters. This title is as romantic and intriguing as its predecessor. Voice of Youth Advocates VOYA Street battles with ancient weapons and treachery from within complicate this fast-moving tale of star-crossed lovers. The ending will frustrate readers immensely, but it sets the stage for the final saga.
New York Journal of Books One wonders if book two can live up to excitement of the debut. Not to worry. Amy Plum soon draws you into an exciting story. There are questions that begged to be answered—like who is infiltrating the revenant camp and sabotaging them. Though this is a paranormal romance Until I Die often reads as a mystery. Plum carefully weaves an action plot interspersed with the mystery element that drives the narrative forward; the romance is everpresent and simmering in the background.
Amy Plum does a good job of characterization. This sequel does not disappoint.