Silencing Eve (Eve Duncan Series #18)

Silencing Eve (Eve Duncan Series #18)

by Iris Johansen
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Silencing Eve 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 103 reviews.
-Georgia More than 1 year ago
I bought all three of this series, so out of stubbornness, I kept reading.  These three books together would have made one really good book.  As it is, I have never seen so much boring, irrelevant, monotonous dialog in my whole life.  What on earth was she thinking?  It's really too bad she so totally destroyed a decent story. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it!!!!! I LOVE THIS SERIES!!! I hope Ms. Johansen will always write on these characters. I loved seeing all of Eve's friends and loved ones in this trilogy. I thought it was exciting and all that a good Eve Duncan story should be. I don't think I will ever tire of her, or the spin-offs of this series. Thanx for another sleepness night Ms. Johansen, and revealing more to the story behind what makes Eve who she is (no plot spoilers!). Can't wait to see where time takes Caleb and Jane. Keep them coming!! -- SPeeD
Silvertipgriz More than 1 year ago
This is like watching a soap opera on daytime TV, as each episode leaves you hanging to have to wait for tomorrow, next week, or perhaps next season to find out who lives and who dies. Ms. Johansen, you're better than this.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I swore I wouldn't purchase another one of her books since the first two were so repetitive. But, I did when I read it was the last of the trilogy. Ugh, was I stupid. Same book, for the third time. ONE book would have covered it and been an 'okay' read.
BeccaTX More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended couldn't put it down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I probably shouldn't have read all 3 of this series back to back. Iris Johansen has been one of my favorite writers for years and this series doesn't t begin to live up to her past work. Frankly, I thought the character of Jane didn't elicit one moment of sympathy. To me she just ended up looking like a spoiled brat if she didn't t get her own way. Eve was made to look stupid much of the time. Way too much angst. Never again, good bye Eve Duncan and company.
Sanddollar59 More than 1 year ago
I tried. I really tried to believe that I had not wasted my time and money continuing to read this 'series'. This series of books was never able to redeem itself and was, in fact, a total waste. This should have been one book period. By the end of the third book I was so disgusted with the ghosts, undercurrent of pseudo vampirism, golden lighted person, animal whisperer blah, blah, blah!  I felt cheated for spending more and more money waiting for the  author to get back to her winning style.  Long (and I DO mean long) story short don't waste your time or money. I will not purchase another one of her books unless I find it in the bargain bucket at a local swap meet.  I was so frustrated when I finished the series I, actually, three the book into the trash. One book would have covered this story if not for the lengthy, unnecessary volumes of nonsensical dialog. Don't bother with this series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While I love the Eve Duncan series I am disappointed in this story spread over 3 books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great conclusion to a roller coaster story! Iris knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Emmiesam More than 1 year ago
This book was fabulous conclusion to Eve's kidnapping.
KimDW More than 1 year ago
I have been reading all the Eve Duncan series. I have felt she is too self important. I love the writing style of Iris Johansen and all her books are easy to follow the story and keep me very entertained; I read them almost non-stop. I get a little irritated with 'Nothing else matters but Eve'. The characters love for her so great they will let everything else go for her, they live for her, while she would easily let her life end to be with her daughter. All-in-all it is a great book, she is heroic, kind and a bit defiant. I love that and would recommend all the Eve Duncan series. They are great stories, wonderful series and none of the characters are weak. The stories flow well and can be read more than once.
Muumuu More than 1 year ago
I have always loved Iris Johanson's Eve Duncan series. Lately, I have begun to notice a repetition in her stories. How many things can happen to ONE PERSON? It is entertaining if you can get past the problem of everything being about Eve.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like other reviewers, I think this trilogy could have been put into one good book. Since I read the first two, I wanted to finish the series, but it didn't seem to be up to her normal work.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a big fan of all iris johansen books. but this series could have been put in just one book. i am on page 233 of this last one and it's all i can do to continue. all these books drag on . very disappointed...........
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like everyone else is saying too monotonous. A lot of unnecessary dialogs and a a spin on the story that went away of everything and that you could see it coming from miles away. I've read every single one of Ms Johansen books but lately the difference in the writing is huge from the first to these last books. Sometimes I think she's not the one writing the stories anymore. If you haven't done it, read Killer Dreams, No One to Trust or The Search. A big difference from the last books
mmtredsox More than 1 year ago
the story was good but drawn out. The dialog was a bit monotonous . Combining all 3 in one book, cutting out some dialog, would have made an exceptional story.
Anonymous 17 days ago
Whole trilogy could have and SHOULD have been condensed into one book. All three books were tedious with ridiculous amounts of irrelevant information drawn out almost to the point of putting readers to sleep. Johansen is capable of excellent writing but I guess she has now sold out her integrity to bilk readers of more money. Pitiful!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I never have to decide if I am going to buy an Iris Johansen book because I have never been disappointed in her books. I made myself take1 a break after the first book but by the end of the second book I was so wrapped up in the story that I started the last book in the trilogy immediately. As usual I was not disappointed, they were all three outstanding books that connected really well.
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An excellent book. You don't want to ever put the book down!!!
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