Bonnie (Eve Duncan Series #14)

Bonnie (Eve Duncan Series #14)

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Bonnie 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 419 reviews.
siillyy2000 More than 1 year ago
With what everyone else said . I realy like the stories but I"m tired of waiting . The last few books have not been as great as the others in this series . She realy has milked this for all its worth . I have a feeling she is dragging this out because she has nowhere to go with eve after this . And from her other non eve books it would seem she is running out of stories . She can still use these characters in other books but she needs to finish this story , it's getting very old and kind of boring . Hope she reads these and give us her readers what we would like . After all without us there is no one to read it .
FMK More than 1 year ago
I agree with all of the post, that it's time to put Bonnie to rest and move on to a new series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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marianne68 More than 1 year ago
I have read all Iris Johansen's books and they were all good, so can't wait to read the next one.
Missmimi2 More than 1 year ago
The author has used the device of finding "Eve's Bonnie" in several previous books---with the teaser that they would find her soon. Read "Eve" and started "Quinn", but just got tired of Eve looking for "her Bonnie". Couldn't finish "Quinn" and am not going to read "Bonnie". At this point, so bored with the entire series that I could care less how the story ends, if it ever does! The author has just used too much of a good thing and dragged the series on too long.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Does this mean that we will be rid of the whiny Eve? This series was fascinating to start with but Eve seemed to never get past the loss of her daughter and she just became whiny. Not a likeable character at all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was hoping to be wowed by the truth behind Bonnies death but instead i felt let down. It was like the author ran out of ideas and just went with some lame plot. I wasnt happy at all with mrs. Johansons book and if i could get back the wasted time it took to read it i would. All her other books were SOOOOOO much better. This was a total let down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The mystery of Bonnie's death has finally come to a conclusion. That is the only thing about this book that I was happy about. There is no reason that this 3 part series couldn't have been one book and the whole 3 part series was a disappointment. Loved the early books about Eve, the last not so much.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Forensic sculptor Eve Duncan was a kid having a kid when she gave birth at sixteen years old to Bonnie. Eve thought Bonnie's father John Gallo died on a military mission, but she and her long time significant other police detective Joe Quinn learned John lived incarcerated by the North Koreans until he escaped. Meanwhile when Bonnie was seven, she was abducted in Atlanta. Owing Eve for saving her son, FBI Agent Catherine Ling targeted John who suffers mental illness from his ordeal as the killer of Bonnie, but he proved to be innocent. Clues lead the quartet to the Louisiana bayous and from there to Georgia as Bonnie's spirit guides her mom. They track a new suspect with powerful ties enabling a government cover-up of unsanctioned mind experiments. As they get nearer to the truth, the new target prepares to kill if they get too close. The final of the Bonnie trilogy (see Eve and Joe) is an exciting twisting thriller as the truth can set you free to a degree. Although the serpentine sensational story line contains too many spins that slows down the pace, fans of the Eve Duncan saga will relish learning what happened to Bonnie. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I became absorbed in the Eve Duncan series several books ago, but inevitably, even the new characters introduced in the book fit the same stereotypes used in previous Eve novels (The would-be strong female who is alternately antagonistic/in love with a strong male character, etc. while Eve grieves over yet another skull and her loss of Bonnie. Closure, at least about Bonnie's demise, is long overdue. I don't mind if the ghostly appearances continue, but it is time this character is moving forward with more interesting plot lines.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You might know harriet klausner will pop up with her cliff note synopsis and ruin the book. This poster seriously needs to be banned from posting as she ruins every book she reviews. Thank god i read the book before she plot spoiled it.
Sully76 More than 1 year ago
In the past I would get a new Johansen book and couldn't put it down until I was done. Unfortunely latley I've been disappointed in the series that she created. It took me forever to finish Quinn but I thought that perhaps I would still give Bonnie a try. I wish I hadn't. I found the book to be redundant and almost boring. I've even found myself to dislike the characters Eve and Jane, same character just different names.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Waste of time and is ugh...i understand why so many of you didn't like....deleted...not worth keeping or archiving.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the series to begin with, but now I'm glad it is over. A good part of the beginning of this book was just recycled word-for-word from the end of the previous book. I know you may need to get readers up to speed, but I think that was in there just to make the book seem longer.
RoosterAA More than 1 year ago
Finally read Bonnie.  Complete waste a time.  I agree with most of the other reviewers who said she appears to have run out of ideas.  I do not see where it was necessary to make this a trilogy and I agree that by the end I was sick and tired of Eve and her love .  The twist and turns did not contribute any drama to the story and the end was rather limp.  Sorry I wasted my time reading it and money to purchase it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first two were ok...but this one was.hard to.get through. Very upset. Will probably never read this author again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would like to this this series come to a conclusion. This writer is talented but this has been ran dry.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This has been a long series with some rocky books here and there, but overall worth the read. But I'm glad it is over and hope Iris doesn't resurrect the characters except as very collateral ones. It's time to let them all rest.
CaroleVT More than 1 year ago
As a fan who followed this series for years, the explanation of what happened to Bonnie just did not come up to my expectations. Come on, I was hoping for so much more drama; I wanted to get emotional and I wanted a book I wouldn't be able to put down once I started reading it. Instead, what should have been the main focus of this story, the way Bonnie died, I saw as an afterthought to everything else that was taking place with the main characters. Without giving it away for future readers, the way she died was difficult to believe. After years of building up to this highly anticipated finale, I was sorely disappointed with the absurd ending.
oldrip More than 1 year ago
I have followed this story from the very beginning and am very happy with the way it was fianlly resolved. Ms. Johansen did a wonderful job of pulling it together and letting a mother have the final chapter of a life taken too soon. If you have read the other book in the Eve Duncan series please don't miss this one.
dbmckinney More than 1 year ago
Not my favorite Iris Johansen book, but she's a great writer and the story was well written. The content was not what I was expecting from her. This book provided the details of Bonnie's death which was nice to finally find out the details, however, there was not the action and suspense that I was expecting that we received from Johansen's other books. I would not read this book again, but it was worth it to read the story to give some closure to Eve's story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok...I gave it only four stars because she is an exceptional writer and the writing is great. However, after all the books and waiting to find out what happened to Bonnie, it was weak. Very weak. It almost seemed like she ran out of ideas. It all lead to this exciting development but then it just got kind of boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thank goodness the search for Bonnie has ended. It took 13 previous books to get here but finally closure. This book was alright, I like how the author put the ending together (including some minor details from previous books) but not the actual ending. I guess all the hype want what I'd expect. Also, I realized I really didn't like Eve. She was way to needy and I didn't like how everyone has to protect her like she's an infant or something. I'm just glad this obsession with what happened to Bonnie is over.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These books just keep getting more long-winded and boring. The answer to the Bonnie mystery turned out to be a big disappointment and the series has become tedious. I wish Johanssen would go ahead and put an end to it now. I regret having already purchased the next book in this dying series. Stephanie Clanahan