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If I Should Die

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If I Should Die

As the fight for good versus evil (bardia versus numa) continues, Kate will be forced to face her fears --- losing more of the people she loves. Amy Plum continues Kate’s amazing journey right where she left off in the second book and has us fall in love with the characters all over again, just as we did in DIE FOR ME.

"IF I SHOULD DIE is a riveting read, with the characters and plotline becoming more and more tense as the book goes on."

Fighting a war when the boy you love was killed a few days ago can’t be easy. Not when the leader of the numa is using his soul to gain the power she desires and is determined to get. In IF I SHOULD DIE, Kate’s work load becomes bigger and bigger. She must find a way to save Vincent and save the world population (humans and revenants) from the biggest war against the numa the world has ever seen. Questions are finally answered, new friends are made, old friends come back or are lost and secrets are revealed. Kate’s love will be tested in this book like no other.

IF I SHOULD DIE is a riveting read, with the characters and plotline becoming more and more tense as the book goes on. Amy Plum has the reader feeling all of her character's emotions that you'll need a continuous supply of tissues when reading. This book is filled with gut-wrenching action as well as the romance that we all want and need,  without disturbing the balance between the two. Readers will grip their seats and hold their breath and absorb every word until the end. When readers finally do reach the end, they will be satisfied, yet still craving more from their beloved revenants.

IF I SHOULD DIE left me exhausted but still wanting more from all the excitement and chaos that surrounds this book. Amy Plum creates yet another amazing read where the reader is transported to Paris every time the book is opened. Dramatic, shocking and amazing --- the story feels so real that it will leave readers feeling shocked, upset and ready to jump up and down. IF I SHOULD DIE is the perfect finale to this perfect five out of five star trilogy.

Reviewed by Harman K. on May 20, 2013

If I Should Die
by Amy Plum