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Until I Die (Revenants #2)

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Kate and Vincent have overcome the odds and at last they are together in Paris, the city of lights and love.

As their romance deepens there’s one question they can’t ignore: How are they supposed to be together if Vincent can’t resist sacrificing himself to save others? Although Vincent promises that he’ll do whatever it takes to lead a normal life with Kate, will that mean...more
Hardcover, 353 pages
Published May 8th 2012 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published January 1st 2012)
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Circus Princess
Aug 13, 2012 Circus Princess marked it as paused-at-the-moment


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OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG IT'S GETTING CLOSER!




Update ~ 10/23/11

They finally picked out a cover! I guess it kind of does look like the first one---It still has the swirls and the back of the girl and Paris. I couldn't see the similarities at first. I hope they keep this cover. So cool.




Update ~ 3/19/12

Christ! How did this get so many likes? It's just a bunch GIFs! 0_0

You people feed my ego too much.


Maja (The Nocturnal Library)
Nothing makes me quite so happy as spending time with characters I love. I fully expected Until I Die to suffer from the middle book syndrome but, despite a few symptoms that were obviously present, Amy Plum managed to make the most of it. Of course it wasn’t as eventful as Die for Me, and I’m sure If I Should Die, the last book of the trilogy, will be much more exciting, but Until I Die was a satisfying read in every way.

The fact that I recognized the villain(s) right away and that I was able...more
Giselle
Until I Die, the second book in the Revenants series, is very much a middle book, but we do learn tons more about the Revenant lore in addition to greater character development. And of course, we still have the beautiful Paris setting.

Oriented towards the Revenant lore, we're plunged deeper into their background and history in this sequel. I was very interested in Amy Plum's unique zombie lore from the beginning, so I was happy to get some more details on these unusual beings. Even though there...more
One Pushy Fox
Amy plum took the second installment to some seriously interesting places!! Looking forward to #3.
Vinaya
So, I quite liked Die for Me. I thought it was sweet and fun and gently subversive. Until I Die, on the other hand, is a mess. The thing is, I feel a little guilty for complaining, because it seems like Amy Plum's trying to infuse all of the 'good romance' bits into her story, but somehow it's not working. There's a lot of telling about how Kate is whole without Vincent, but he completes her, etc, etc, but that's all it is - telling. The showing is all about them kissing and cuddling and kissing...more
Katy
I'm sorry, but this book was just plain boring. It was more than halfway through the book before we saw any action. Even then, it was really short-lived. We don't see any action again until near the end. And the villain was too predictable - partly because the book was so uneventful, and I never trusted the villain even from the start because the villain was too perfect. So yeah, I didn't really care for the story here.

As for Vincent and Kate, their relationship was really boring. I know, I know...more
Mimi Valentine
Rating: 4.5 brilliant stars out of 5

Oh sweet goodness, how I loved this book!

In the first novel, Die For Me, it was the romantic Paris setting and idea of revenants — undead beings with the compulsion to die to save others — that captivated me. The idea was completely unique and executed with perfection, but even though I loved the characters with all my heart, I was never really sold on the romance.

But in Until I Die, somehow Amy Plum managed to make everything more intense, more lovable, mo...more
Sam
I am completely head over heals for this series! The world of Revenants has both fascinated and intrigued me. I now wish that I lived in a world with hot undead guys.

In Die For Me, Kate meets Vincent and finds out his most terrifying secret. He is a Revenant - an undead with the duty to help people and die for them. In Until I Die, Kate and Vincent are trying to find a way of being together without Vincent's urge to die for someone. Vincent has to make sacrifices and Kate has to go behind his ba...more
Michele (Reading Lark/CanadianTwiMom)

My review can also be found on Reading Lark: http://readinglark.blogspot.ca/2012/0...

Seriously??? We've got to wait a WHOLE YEAR to find out what happens????!!!! I honestly don't think I can survive it!!

Yes, you guessed it... Until I Die ended on one heckuva cliffhanger... and I normally despise those dreaded things. I have always felt that if an author's writing is THAT good -- and Amy Plum's is THAT good -- they don't need one to entice the reader to come back. That was very true with Amy's f...more
Makayla
I was blessed to receive an ARC of this book, and now have written this spoil-free review for anyone interested. Until I Die most definitely surpassed Amy’s first book, Die For Me. At least I think so. I love reading new, upcoming authors and watching how their writing grows and flourishes over time—one see’s it all the time, i.e. J.K. Rowling, Cassandra Clare, Libba Bray, and Terry Goodkind to name a few. And Amy is no exception to this; there are beautiful metaphors, rich descriptions, and we...more
Inspired Kathy
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.

I love the Revenants lore/world that the author created. Can't wait to see how...more
Jena
Jul 12, 2011 Jena marked it as to-read
I need this LAST WEEK. I want this SO bad. Jules<333
Sandee (Nikolai Lantsov's Queen)
The day I stop seeing you as one of the strongest people I know is the day I wake up human.
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This would be my first comeback review after a long reading and reviewing hiatus.
I’ve got Until I Die as an ARC and was dying to get my hands on it because the first book left me begging for more.

First off, I would like to emphasize that I love Ms. Plum. 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...more
Lily
* Hardcover: 320 pages
* Publisher: HarperTeen (May 8, 2012)
* ISBN-10: 0062004042
* Author: Amy Plum
* Cover Art: Just as beautiful as the art for book one.
* Overall rating: *****+ out of 5
* Obtained: Gifted to me by Bibliopunkk THANK YOU!


Until I Die by Amy Plum

Kate and Vincent have overcome the odds and at last they are together in Paris, the city of lights and love.


As their romance deepens there’s one question they can’t ignore: How are they supposed to be together if Vincent can’t resist...more
Mitch
Reviewer's Note: At the onset, it became apparent I wasn't the right person for reviewing this book. But I was intrigued by all the five star reviews of Die for Me, so I decided to investigate, by asking the one person I know who'd rush out to get Until I Die and devour it in a couple of hours even though it usually takes her a month to finish anything, my little sis, who I'll refer to as Amy Plum's Number One Fan (APNOF) and occasionally Insane Amy Plum Fan (IAPF). She also wanted me to give th...more
The Holy Terror
May 01, 2012 The Holy Terror marked it as probably-shouldn-t-read
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! Muahahaha.)
Alyssa
I want it NOW!!!!!!!!!
Annie Brewer
OH. MY. GOD.!!!!! What....the hell???

So yeah, this book was all kinds of badass and now I'm freaking out! That ending was evil!!!!!!! I'm glad I bought If I Should Die like I was instructed to do because holy shizzle, I'm not happy! And I KNEW I didn't trust that wench for a reason! Shiiiiiiit!
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...more
Kristi
Until I Die really surprised me. And in a good way. It didn’t suffer from “second book” syndrome! 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.

I kept waiting for that to happen in book Until I Die… and it didn’t. Well not really. Sure Vincent and Kate had their share of struggles, but they were together. They might have bee...more
Mariya
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 felt like Until I Die was a completely different book from Die for Me.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...more
Suzanne
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. grrr

Review:
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...more
Colleen Houck
Loved this next chapter in the story of Vincent and Kate. Really pulling for them and hope they find a way to be together!
Jayjay
I love you Amy for creating such a beautiful story.
I can read it forever <3
Teresa
Jul 19, 2012 Teresa rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People that liked Die For Me and could forgive minor flaws easily
Recommended to Teresa by: Me, myself, and I
I like Until I Die every bit as much I liked Die For Me, though a little less this time. For me, I feel like Until I Die is a middle book, and although it didn't quite disappoint me much like other sequels love to do to me these days, I feel like Amy Plum abandoned all of the magic and enchantment of DFM that made it memorable. I will say, though, that Until I Die has redeeming qualities and, in lots of ways, is better than DFM. I love the world of Amy Plum, complete with a fun and new kind of s...more
Brooke
To be honest, I struggled a little getting through this one. There was a lot more information on Revenants in this installment and at times it felt a little info-dumpy (is that a real term?). Until I Die was much slower paced than Die for me, but with new characters, old nemeses, and relationship roadblocks, it was a good addition to the series nonetheless!

Kate and Vincent are a bit at odds in this book. They’re both trying to find a way to have a normal relationship where Vincent doesn’t need t...more
Vivien
Based on an ARC.

I had a really hard time getting into this book. I constantly found myself doing chores instead of reading this book. It was just rather boring and far too predictable to enjoy.

The writing style really bothered me in this book. It felt like it was just scene after scene, instead of flowing nicely. I kept having to go back to see if I missed anything. I felt really jumpy.

Not until about half way through the book did the plot really take off. And when the revelation finally came,...more
Isamlq
This didn’t work for me and that’s even with more of the revenant/ numa aspect explained. Too much of it revolved around Kate and Vincent together and them figuring out a way to make their time together longer/easier/more bearable for one or both of them. If the first book had me remarking on how absolutely ordinary she came across, that is sometimes pissed off but normally thinking and wary… here Kate’s less of what she was back then. Here, she’s all 'coquettish' and flirty with Vincent. And I...more
Leah (Jane Speare)
Kate and Vincent are finally together, but now the question is, will Vincent be able to resist his natural impulse of sacrificing himself to save others to stay with her? Interesting new characters come into the equation in this sequel to Die for Me. And as more revenant- and numa- history is discovered, lives become at stake once again. Kate is still one of my favorite YA protags in the way she is very down to earth and mature for her age; it makes the book refreshing. There are a lot more cool...more
Jordyn Deaver
Jul 29, 2011 Jordyn Deaver marked it as to-read
Need this book right now
Vincent<3
Judith (Judith'sChoiceReads)
Oct 23, 2011 Judith (Judith'sChoiceReads) marked it as to-read
Shelves: books-i-own
That cover is unbelievable!!
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Amy Plum is the author of the International Bestsellers DIE FOR ME (Indie Next List pick, Romance Times top pick, and recipient of a starred review from School Library Journal), UNTIL I DIE, and IF I SHOULD DIE. The books have been translated into eleven foreign languages. The trilogy is accompanied by an eNovella entitled DIE FOR HER.

Amy grew up in Birmingham, Alabama before venturing further afi...more
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“Still in one piece?” Vincent teased, pulling me close & planting a soft kiss on my lips. “After dirty-dancing with Jules, I’m not sure.” 120 likes
“Kate, I admit that we aren’t in the easiest of situations. But are you always this . . . complicated?”
I opened my mouth to say something, but Vincent shook his head, grinning. “Actually, don’t answer that. Of course you are. I wouldn’t be so totally into you if you weren’t.”
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