Divided in Death (In Death Series #18)

Divided in Death (In Death Series #18)

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Divided in Death (In Death Series #18) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 161 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I live in Bulgaria - a very small country where lot of things are not OK. I read the first IN DEATH book in 1994 and it changed my life forever! It made me believe in the power of love - the love that makes you want to live after your life has became a total mess. I appreciate these books because they show the very primary principels of the good marriage - strong and passionate love, stong characters who change and adjust themselves in order to obtain ballance in the couple, the courage to stay together and overcome the darkness, the support one gives to his partner. Many people want to know Roarke's first name, but I think that he is better to stay just Roarke - his mistery dark side is very important. It is the one that fights the evil and makes him the right partner for Eve. I'll really enjoy Eve's pregnancy. I suggest another series - in 30 years later with their children as detectives and financial magicians. I suppose a film on the novels will be interesting, but it'll never be as magic as the books are! I hope when you read the IN DEATH books you'll come out with the thought that LOVE is the energy that moves the world and stops the evil.We must charrish it, and help it,and overcome the fear of feeling it, and of coarse - enjoy it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Eve and Roarke series is so addictive. Even my daughter is hooked on them. When a new one comes out, I have to buy one for her and for me so that she doesn't take mine. Every time I go into a book store, I look to see if there's a new 'Death' book out. I'm hoping it's a long time before Nora stops writing them. The series is outstanding. I've read and reread each and every one many times.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Several years back, while in a small book store, one of the ladies recommended I read the first 'In Death' book. I told her it didn't sound like a book I would like, but I would give it a shot. I WAS HOOKED! I have read all of this series. I pre-order them. I have cried and laughed and held my breath as the stories unfold. Each book just keeps getting better. While reading this one, I laughed so hard in some spots that I couldn't breath. These characters are part of me now. They are my friends. And I hope Ms. Roberts keeps writing this series for many years to come!
Guest More than 1 year ago
While looking for a new author to read I found the IN DEATH series. I bought the first book of the series in May, 2004 and have since read through the 18th book in the series (in just 2 months). I can¿t put the book down once I start it. Each book gets you more involved with the characters and wanting to know more. There is action, drama, and steamy romance in every book. You run the gamut of emotions in each link to this series. I thoroughly enjoyed reading every single one and can¿t wait for the next book to be published.My only wish is for the next book to come out faster than the last. I am glad I found the series after 18 books were written so I could read one after the other. It¿s murder waiting for the next one. Don¿t pass this series up, once you start you will be hooked.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love Nora Roberts and J.D. Robb, even though they are the same person. She writes great books and i cant wait to read any more that she has. I would also like to know Roarke's first name and more of Eve's past. I would also like to see this become a movie as well. Please make it into a movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read every single In Death book up to Imitation in Death. I very much enjoy these books. My husband had bought all of them for me and I've finished in 3 months. These are the kind of books you can't put down. They're so funny and also very emotional at times. My sister in law and I have been reading/sharing these books through the entire thing. It's really great. I hope she doesn't stop writing about Eve and Roarke. It's one of the best series I have ever read. And I definitely agree, they should make a movie on this... God, I wonder who can be Roarke? (sigh)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love the entire In Death saga. Eve Dallas kicks major butt with her handsome and very sexy husband. I wish they would make these books into a movie too. However one of these days I'm reallyy going to have to find out Roarke first name. I bet it's Adam. You know, Adam and Eve. It'd be great. Read the entire saga if you can you never regretbecause you become so envolved with the plot and charaters it great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm an avid fan of the Death series, and this is definitely one of the best, rivaling my all time favorites Naked and Death. Many features make this book so spectacular. For one thing, Roarke and all the characters are completely integrated into the plot/mystery. We get a deeper insight into many of the secondary characters such as Dr. Mira, Caro, Mavis, and Feeney. And, we see the true progression in Eve and Roarke's relationship with one another. The honeymoon is definitely over and they must each set priorities and decide how to proceed with a situation that threatens to destroy what they've built.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the book, honestly I am a bookworm,and i have read every single In Death Books by J.D.Robb and this book, I could not put down. I even took my time with it because it was that awesome. It has everythink Betrayal,Scandal, a butt-kicking cop, a charming husband, and a thrill of your life and very life-like characters, make me wonder how did she come up with them.
Anonymous 17 days ago
Simply couldn't put it down.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
. . . in a terrific series. I'm reading the whole bunch of the Eve Dallas books for the third time around. As usual when I review a book, I like to let the copy editor know about one mistake in the book that slipped under his guard. This time it is the conjugation of "awake." It is, SHE AWAKES. SHE AWOKE. SHE HAS AWAKENED. Yep, pesky irregular verb. So, "She'd awoke" is wrong. "She'd awakened" is correct. My good deed for the day is done.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
That doesn't disappoint. A thumping good tale.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read
Sibohan_Nightfire More than 1 year ago
Divided in Death caught my attention right from the start.  Eve and Rourk have to come to terms with the things that were done to Eve as a child. Do you move onwith your life or let the past drag you down with it. This gows to show how much they have both grown.  Keep up the good work and whip the bad guys asses. 
Penned-in-Ink More than 1 year ago
This one is a little bit different. Series fans have come to expect the usual great things: a tight plot, driven by somewhat eccentric yet completely enjoyable characters, he who-done-it slowly revealed through a number of unanticipated twists and turns, and story lines threaded from novel to novel which bind the characters ever closer together. "Divided in Death" has all of these, but not in the manner fans have come to expect. There is a huge amount of tension between Eve and Roarke that will likely be unsettling to the hard-core fan. Many of the situations revolve around family life and their inability to comprehend it and, while it's understandable given the their backgrounds, I feel the telling could have been less choppy and character's reactions less extreme. Some of Eve's and Roarke's interactions with themselves and others didn't seem to ring true to the characters as I know them. (Roarke may not be knowledgeable in every field, but to show outright incompetence - even in the situation described - is just not believable for me.) Having said that, however, the novel continues to develop the sub-plots and inter-character relationships. Skipping it would leave a hole in this character-rich series.
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PsiqueBezerra More than 1 year ago
This book was a difficult one for Eve and Roarke, because they had a huge argument and I was concerned for a moment about their relationship. I liked the idea of showing they are normal people and fight just like everybody else. Eve had a hard time with this case because she discovered a few things about her past and how things could be a little different. The case was difficult too, because involved a government agency, HSO, and of course they had a few issues with sharing, plus Eve was trying to help a friend of Roarke, the girl wasn’t guilt, but someone went to a lot of trouble to make it look like that. I liked the case, it was different and very dangerous for Eve. Her car suffered again.
Laine-librariancanreadtoo More than 1 year ago
Murder always hurts. To the families of the victims, to the victims (of course) and also to the people  who accused of murder. Even if she doesn't remember a thing. A member of Roarke's Enterprises security specialist is accused of murdering her husband and his lover. Although it's just plain ludacris, Eve still has to go by the book. She of course will stick her neck out because the suspect is well known to Roarke, but that still won't stop her from looking into everything that she can in the Reva Ewing's life. And things that may appear....should never have in the first place!! Catch another exciting one where Eve must battle with wits while keeping it cool at home!!
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