Monday, February 3, 2014


If you're in the mood for a light read to pass the time... this is the perfect choice.

This story of romance, fear and death is read from the point of view of Kate Mercier, a 16 year old girl who is sucked into grief and sorrow from her parents untimely death.
She is forced to move to Paris, to stay with her grandparents, along with her party animal sister, Georgia.

Each of the sisters had there own way of coping, Georgia goes to parties hoping to dance the pain away, and Kate, (When she isn't rotting away inside) goes to art museums, and gets lost in books.

Her family worries about her and her well being, so they make her go to a coffee cafe down the block for fresh air. While there, sitting at her table in the corner, she sees three good looking men that stand out in the crowd like no one else. But to her surprise one of them staring at her, and that is when she meets the love of her life, Vincent. The only thing, is that Vincent isn't like ordinary guys. Hes a Revenant... which means he is immortal, and he spends his immortality sacrificing himself for other people by saving there lives... by giving his own. Yes they die, but they come back to life to die again. Weather if its a mortal committing suicide or being a victim of an accident, Vincent and his family will be there to save the day, its what they live for. The beautiful cycle continues. Apparently that's an issue for Kate. She doesn't want to see him die over and over again, EVEN THOUGH he will come back. If there was a chance he wouldn't come back, any risk at all, I could understand that, but there isn't. You tend to learn after a while that no matter how many times superman gets shot he will be FINE.

Now ill be honest, this book does not take a place in my top favorites, but like I said, if you're bored and have nothing better to do, this book would be entertaining enough to hold you through.

I think my biggest problem with this book is how it was written, it seemed too simple... It tended to skip a lot of information and details. Kate would be at a coffee shop in one paragraph, then in the next she would be at home talking to her sister. It also contradicted itself quite a few times. One moment she was depressed and felt like doing nothing then she'd go downstairs and laugh and joke with her sister... it takes you through a roller coaster for sure, but not the good kind.

Overall, I would recommend quite a few books to you before this one. :)

I give it, 4 out of 10 on the big burger of things.

Have you read Die For Me?

Do you Agree/Disagree with my opinions?
Are you a fan of the book?
Let me know in the comments! I'd love to hear!

To: All my viewers...

Always remember, 

Laugh often, 
Love without control, 
And smile till your cheeks grow sore... and then just a tad bit more! :) 

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