If I Should Die

If I Should Die : Number 3 in series

4.2 (18,078 ratings by Goodreads)
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4.2 (18,078 ratings by Goodreads)

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I will not lose another person I love. I will not let history repeat itself. Vincent waited lifetimes to find me, but in an instant our future together has been shattered. He was betrayed by someone we both called a friend and I lost him. It shouldn't be possible, none of it should be, but this is my reality. I know Vincent is somewhere out there, I know he's not completely gone, and I will do anything to save him.
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Product details

  • 12+
  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 27mm | 330g
  • ATOM
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0
  • 9781907411045
  • 40,604

About Amy Plum

Amy Plum grew up in Birmingham, Alabama and currently resides in Paris. Die for Me was her first novel.
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4.2 out of 5 stars
- 18,078 ratings
5 47% (8,570)
4 32% (5,701)
3 16% (2,918)
2 4% (646)
1 1% (243)

Our customer reviews

I am absolutely in love with this book. It�?�¢??s perfect in so many ways and definitely the best in the trilogy. Reading If I Should Die is actually a bittersweet experience for me because this is the finale of a series I so dearly love and I�?�¢??m still not ready to say goodbye to the characters. I loved everything about it - the characters, the twists, the story itself, the setting, the action, the romance, the magic. I�?�¢??ve always admired Kate for being a strong heroine. Not physically though, but in mind and spirit. She is her own person and doesn�?�¢??t rely much on other people. She knows when to be strong and when to give in to her emotions. In this book, she proved herself worthy of the fate bestowed upon her. Vincent is amazing as always. Georgia is unbelievable. She�?�¢??s funny and smart and loves Kate so much to accept and support her sister�?�¢??s choices. And her flirtation with Arthur is cute. It�?�¢??ll be interesting to know how their �?�¢??relationship�?�¢?? would progress. Bran, the gu�??�?�©risseur, is a very crucial character. The gu�??�?�©risseur magic is really amazing and I often found myself surprised at what it can do. The identity of the Champion did not surprise me, though. Ever since the second book, I�?�¢??ve always had this theory on who the Champion is, so when it�?�¢??s finally revealed I was actually expecting it. But the predictability ends there. Amy Plum kept me on the edge of my seat every single time. I was always curious and eager to know what happens next. I couldn�?�¢??t even guess how everything will end, how Kate and Vincent will be together, how the Champion will lead the bardia to victory. The suspense factor is high, but in an omg-what-the-hell-is-going-to-happen-next way, not in a horror-movie way. And gods, I�?�¢??ve never truly realized how amazingly talented Ms. Plum is until I read If I Should Die. She wrote the entire series beautifully that emotions flowed out of every page. I could feel Jules�?�¢?? pain; I really felt sorry for him it was heartbreaking. I could feel Kate�?�¢??s grief and despair when Vincent died. I could feel their hope and joy. It�?�¢??s like I�?�¢??m also one of the characters and our emotions are one. I cried, I whooped in joy, I swooned, I celebrated their triumph, I fell in love. Only a handful of authors have managed to do that to me so far and the fact that Amy Plum could connect like that to her readers is a proof of her writing genius. Of course there are also heartbreaking moments. I�?�¢??m not going to give spoilers but Jules, Genevieve, Jean-Baptiste. ASLKDHFJSKJ!!! Yeah, find it out for yourself, dear reader. Go ahead and read If I Should Die to know why those three revenants made me cry. Congratulations, Ms. Plum for a very well-written series. You deserve to be applauded and given a monument for the wonder that is the Revenants series. It�?�¢??s such an amazing experience to know the Paris revenants and come to love them. Thank you for bringing Kate, Vincent, Jules, Ambrose, Charlotte, JB, Gaspard, Georgia, Arthur and all the characters to life with your words. They will always occupy an Eiffel Tower-shaped space in my heart. Au revoir, revenants.show more
by Julie Rimpula
Favourite Quote: “Feelings change with time – or at least the pain lessens with time” This book was an incredible ending to this awesome series! Everything turned out the way I wanted it to! 5/5 stars from me! I am proud to say I guessed all the main plot points in this novel in the second book in the trilogy! But that didn’t stop me from enjoying watching it all pan out! The last 100 pages were so action-packed and suspenseful, so awesome! I have to admit there was a lot of information given during the first half of this book which I found hard to remember and understand at times but overall I thought the plot was very well developed and enjoyable! As for the characters I just loved them all even more in this book! Katy was even more bad-ass then the last and I admired her strength and devotion! Vincent as usual was just perfect, love him so much! Ambrose, Charlotte and Jules are some of my favourite secondary characters ever! Though I am still upset over that one sided love triangle thing that went on with Katy, Jules and Vincent, I found it completely irrevalent! Overall this series was amazing all the way through but I think this book has been my favourite so far! Cannot wait to read more of Amy Plum’s work!show more
by brookexx
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