If I Should Die paperback is out – extras including an epilogue!

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I am thrilled to announce that the U.S. paperback version of IF I SHOULD DIE has finally released! Why do you say “finally”, you ask? Because, readers, this version has some very juicy extras. For example:

  • For Kate: A Love Letter from Vincent
  • An Immortal Interview: Readers’ Questions for Amy Plum
  • Songs to Die For: The Official If I Should Die Playlist (Chosen with the help of fans)
  • Immortal Inquiries: An If I Should Die Discussion Guide
  • Sneak Peek: An Excerpt from Amy Plum’s Next Novel, After the End

and…drumroll…

  • The Epilogue

Yes…there is an epilogue to the DIE FOR ME series. So many readers had asked me what came next for our Paris friends that when Harper asked me to do these Extras, I immediately thought of writing an epilogue.

Or…asking Gaspard to write an epilogue, rather.

It’s around two pages long and starts: “It has been five years since the Champion took her stand against the numa of Paris.” I really hope you enjoy it. (Be sure to write me and let me know if you do!)

The US paperback can be ordered here!

2 Comments to If I Should Die paperback is out – extras including an epilogue!

  1. by Barbara Hartzler - On April 10, 2014

    Great news! I can’t wait to read the epilogue, I always wondered what happened next. Thanks for that tantalizing first line . . . so not fair.

    BTW, I think this one is my fav cover of the series. But that always changes.

  2. by Hanne Verdickt - On July 5, 2014

    I’m a great fan of your DIE FOR ME series and just finished IF I SHOULD DIE.
    I totally love <3 the series and was very happy :) with the ending of the last book. But I am DYING to know what comes after the end.
    I read that there was an epilogue, but because I have bought the U.K. version of the book, I can't read the extras.

    Is there a way that I still can read the epilogue, without buying the U.S. paperback?

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