Die Once More by Amy Plum is a companion novella that takes place in the months following the third book of the Revenants trilogy. It follows Jules Marchenoir in New York City as he tries to overcome his feelings for Kate. (If you haven’t read the first three books in this series yet, start with Die for Me!)
This was a quick, fun read that provided some satisfying closure for Jules. While not essential to the trilogy itself, this is one of those pieces that does feel essential to some of the fans – particularly those who felt heartbroken for Jules. Perhaps because of that, this novella seemed slightly at odds with the rest of the series, more like well-written fanfiction than an actual part of the Revenants compilation. I felt the same way about the epilogue at the end of the Harry Potter series. This is not necessarily a bad thing, just something that I’ve noticed.
I’d highly recommend this novella to fans of the series who want a little more of Jules, but I wouldn’t call it an essential read for general fans of the series. I, myself, was happy to spend a little more time with the Revenants.