Until I Die (Revenants #2)
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 boyfri...more
The fact that I recognized the villain(s) right away and that I was able ...more
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
As for Vincent and Kate, their relationship was really boring. I know, I know ...more
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
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
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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
Die For Me was an unexpectedly good ride for me. I gave it two stars at the time, but eventually it crept up to 3.5, just because it reminds me of this really weird sesame cookie I tried lately that tasted weird, and that I should have hated, but actually ended up really liking. Is that an awful metaphor? Meh, probably. But it's really late and I'm super hungry.
Until I Die teeters on a sharp precipice, swaying to and fro between my love and my...mild dislike. I don't hate anything ab ...more
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
Recensione sul blog ---> http://www.leggereromanticamente.com/...
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. Preparatevi a farvi il sangue amaro però, perché questa volta resterete a bocca aperta! La prima cosa a cui ho pensato quando ho terminato questa lettura è stata ...more
* 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
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.)
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
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
Esta segunda parte de trilogía es una novela ...more
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
I started Until I Die at about 1 in the afternoon today and after taking a two hour break for dinner and some errands, I finished it at what is now 11 at night. It was nonstop action; informatio ...more
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
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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.”