Book Review

It’s Time To Say Au Revoir

Die Once More

Die Once More (Revanants series #3.5) by Amy Plum

This one-hundred-page novella picks up where the international bestselling Die for Me trilogy ended and follows the eternally irresistible Jules Marchenoir as he leaves Paris behind for a fresh start in New York City.

Jules is a revenant—an undead being whose fate forces him to sacrifice himself over and over again to save human lives. He’s spent the last century flirting his way through Paris and, most recently, falling in love with his best friend’s girlfriend. Loyalty and heartbreak have led him to choose a new life in NYC.

Separated from his friends and his home, Jules is adrift in this dangerous new world, facing unknown enemies . . . until he meets a revenant named Ava. Though the battle for France has been won, an epic war between good and evil has just begun in the Big Apple, and Ava needs Jules’s help to uncover the key to an American victory. Jules finds himself in the same position he crossed an ocean to escape: at risk of losing his immortal existence as well as his heart.

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Once again we are back in the revanant world with Jules. Die Once More is told from his point-of-view after the events of If I Should Die. This is a whole knew story , Jules is in New York trying to get over heartbreak and working with the New York kindred. Everything seems to be going okay except for this raven head kindred who seems to have a distaste for Jules.

Jules broke my heart in this series and it’s just the same in this book.. While this book does have a good ending for him I came to a conclusion that has me a little teary eyed. I would go into more but I don’t want to give anything away. Old and new revanants make an appearance which makes for an interesting story.

Die Once More is a brand new heartbreaking story about Jules as he comes to terms with his feelings and settles into his new life. Don’t worry like the rest of the series there was revelations, fighting, partying and romance. Plus we get to say goodbye to the Paris gang one last time.

Overall ⭐⭐⭐⭐

 

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