Plus Encore Que La Mort (Revenants, #4)

Plus Encore Que La Mort (Revenants, #4)

by Amy Plum

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Overview

Jules Marchenoir est un revenant : un être surnaturel dont le destin le pousse à se sacrifier pour sauver des vies humaines. 
Cette nouvelle s’inscrit dans l’univers mystérieux des revenants, où Jules, un artiste ténébreux s’éprend de celle qui a ravi le cœur de son meilleur ami. Après un siècle passé à flâner dans les rues de la capitale – et à séduire des générations de Parisiennes –, il fait la connaissance de Kate Mercier. L’héroïne de Que la mort nous sépare va bouleverser son existence. Jules pense avoir trouvé l’âme sœur. Mais Kate tombe amoureuse de son frère d'armes, Vincent, et place Jules face à un cruel dilemme : choisir entre l’amitié et l’amour – à la vie, à la mort. (Contenu additionnel : Gaspard nous livre l'épilogue de la saga, cinq ans après la série.) 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153317304
Publisher: Amy Plum
Publication date: 08/12/2016
Series: Revenants , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 331 KB

About the Author

Amy Plum is the author of DIE FOR ME, a YA series set in Paris. The first three books—DIE FOR ME, UNTIL I DIE, and IF I SHOULD DIE—are international bestsellers, and have been translated into thirteen languages. The fourth and fifth books are digital novellas, entitled DIE FOR HER and DIE ONCE MORE, and they are followed by a sixth digital compendium INSIDE THE WORLD OF DIE FOR ME. Amy’s newest series is a duology: AFTER THE END and UNTIL THE BEGINNING. The first book of her YA horror duology, DREAMFALL, will be released by HarperTeen in 2017.

After being raised in Birmingham, Alabama, in a rather restrictive environment, AMY PLUM escaped to Chicago to an even more restrictive environment at a university that expelled people for dancing. (And where she was called to the dean’s office for “wearing too much black”.) After all of that restrictiveness, she was forced to run far far away, specifically to Paris, France, where she only wore black and danced all she wanted.

After five years in Paris, she ventured to London, where she got an M.A. in Medieval Art History, specializing in Early Sienese Painting (1260-1348) mainly because it promised almost no hope of finding a paying job afterward.

Amy managed to find work in the world of art and antiques in New York. But after almost a decade of high-pressure lifestyle in the Big Apple, she swapped her American city for a French village of 1300 inhabitants.

After signing with HarperCollins for the DIE FOR ME series, Amy left her job as an English professor at Tours University to write full-time. She now lives in Paris with her two children.

She is a huge fan of Edward Gorey and Maira Kalman (and collects both of their books and art), as well as David Sedaris, Amadeo Modigliani, and Ira Glass.

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