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Publisher Description

#1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen is back with the shocking conclusion to the latest Eve Duncan trilogy.

This is the finale that fans have been waiting for. In Taking Even, the game began. In Hunting Eve, the chase was on. Now, in Silencing Eve, the prey is cornered. Will Eve Duncan survive? Will those she loves take the fall with her? And will the secrets of Eve's past ultimately become her undoing? In Silencing Eve, all the questions will be answered in a shocking, you never saw it coming conclusion.

Iris Johansen's 2012 trilogy, Eve, Quinn, Bonnie was a phenomenal success, reaching number one on bestseller lists nationwide. Now, with this newest trilogy, the stakes are even higher because it's a question of capture and escape, hunter and prey, life and death.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2013
October 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
416
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Publishing Group
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
1.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Sadie Vankirk ,

TOO MUCH

In this book I was a little sick of Jane. She presented her as WONDER WOMAN. Glad this series is over.

Missjgoins22 ,

Simply Amazing

I loved every minute of this book. Eve was right we saw each and everyone of the characters change/grow in one way or another. I loved each page of this book. It kept me wondering what would happen next. I could could foresee someone's dismiss in this book because it was bound to happen. Jane is so young to go thru such a tragic loss. I was sad to see the Jane, Trevor and Caleb storyline unfold the way that it did. I look forward to seeing more about Jane and where her relationships go. Will Joe and Eve ever marry? Will Zander become a father figure to Eve in one form or another? Can't wait to see what is in store for Jane, Eve, and Joe Quinn.

Rate: 0 ,

The Eve Duncan Trilogy

After finishing this trilogy, I have found that people may have been quite modest when reviewing this book. The books weren't bad, but they focused more so on the emotions of these characters rather than the plot itself. It made the books longer than they should have been. Also after reading these books I have saw that Eve hardly appeared in them; it mainly focused on Jane. In Taking Eve especially, I saw that almost full chapters focused on Jane while she was in the hospital with Caleb and Trevor, and it unfortunately left me a tad bit disappointed. I will continue to read Ms. Johansen's work, but I hope there won't be any similarities between them and this trilogy.

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