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Killing Eve: Die for Me

Narrated by: Lucy Paterson
Series: Killing Eve, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 33 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The basis for Killing Eve, now a major BBC TV series, starring Sandra Oh. 

As Villanelle returns to face her childhood demons and the Russian winter, Eve finds herself on the run from the Twelve, who want her dead. As the action moves between London and St Petersburg, and Eve and Villanelle finally admit their mutual erotic obsession, the chess game approaches its lethal, unforgettable conclusion.

Codename Villanelle and No Tomorrow, the first two in the Killing Eve series, are out now!

©2020 Luke Jennings (P)2020 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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A Bit of a Let Down!

I enjoyed the previous books better. The series might be fizzling out. Seems to be written in a completely different style.

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Great story

fantastic Storytelling Absolutely loved this series .Such beautifully developed characters . Always another twist in the story to keep you guessing.

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Captivating conclusion to Killing Eve

Beautifully written and voiced. Highly recommend the Killing Eve trilogy, especially this third and final volume.
Killing Eve: Die for Me is a captivating conclusion that upholds the integrity of the intriguing character-development that occurred throughout the series. Brilliant read/listen.

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  • RagTag
  • 06-05-2020

Not what I expected

This storyline totally confused me, slightly absurd! A rather strange love story. Hope the TV show fares better

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  • Abadha Brruce
  • 27-04-2020

Loved it!

Great 3rd chapter. I've enjoyed the audio books much more than the TV series, although I haven't finished series 3 yet.
Beautifully read, I found it exciting, funny and hugely entertaining.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-05-2020

underwhelmed.

the book was a little boring and was expecting far better. wasn't bad. But the worst in the series. expecting a series 4 of the show to go this direction which in fact could work well.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-05-2020

Good but not the brilliance of the first 2

Had been looking forward to this for ages. it was good and had i not had such high expectation i would have been very happy.
Like the TV series (3) it was very different from the first 2 and much more interested in the character and less about the actions.
Also as per the last 2, the book and TV series are very different stories.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-05-2020

Disappointing

I had really looked forward to this instalment, but it was a disappointment. It seems to have turned in to a trashy romance rather than a spy thriller.
I hope there is a book 4 and that the characters get back on track. Such a shame.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-05-2020

Difficult to put down!

Was thrilling, exciting and sexy. The readers were engaging and very good with all the accents and voices. Finished all 3 audiobooks in the series very quickly! I miss the characters already!

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  • J. M. Levey
  • 06-05-2020

brilliant

superb.
love this story.
love the action.
love the unexpected twists.
love the romance.
great narrator. 5 stars

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  • Pixx
  • 06-05-2020

Not worth waiting for

I got into Killing Eve from the TV show last year and soon after devoured books 1 and 2 by Audible, I couldn't wait for a continuation of the story of the charismatic psychopath and her slightly dorky but ultimately good and talented pursuer. I kept checking the release date every month or so to see if it had somehow been pushed forward in Audible, but no. Eventually the release date was upon us and my pre-order was given to me! ...What I heard in this book was.... unexpected to say the least.

Within 3 chapters I found myself having to pause it every now and then to check I wasn't listening to my normal romantic comedy chick lit books, but no, it was definitely Killing Eve. The story is badly written lesbian erotica in some parts, in others it's just badly worded gross descriptions of occurences with no real plot to keep it hanging together. The book does improve slightly as it goes on, but it's not even in the same ballpark as the first two. To say I'm disappointed is an understatement.

(I should add that the one bright point in this book was the narration. Lucy Paterson did an excellent job with the voices and I was so glad to hear that she'd joined the book after previously doing an excellent job in books 1 and 2 of this series.)

I'd really love to go on more about what little plot there is in this book but I really don't want to give spoilers to the dedicated fans of the series like myself. I still believe that book 4 could be great (if it actually happens!) and like people have done with many tv series who had a bit of a blip over the years we could just pretend that 'Die for Me' didn't happen. I will say that thing I found most irritating about the entire book is that the two main characters appear to have both had personality transplants. Eve is a simpering wimp with zero self control or knowledge of her own personal boundaries, while Villanelle has found her caring side, which, out of the context I've found it in I could almost believe. However, when combined with the other (non) characters and the neat way everything just fit together it was messy and completely unbelievable that two characters that we've gotten to know in the last 2 books would act the way that they did. Eve from 'Die for Me' would fit in better in a high school melodrama rather than a thriller.

Mr Jennings, please find your old characters and return them to their previous personalities. Don't just follow what's happening in the tv show, this feels like what's happened here. Eve and Villanelle deserve to be remembered in a better way than this.

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  • Ju
  • 04-05-2020

a Big disappointment

I loved the other two books, I ordered this one in advance but it's terrible, seems not even the same person wrote it. a really big fat disappointment

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  • T. Merritt
  • 30-04-2020

Meh. Loses the fun of the first 2 books.

Meh. Loses the fun of the first 2 books. Like so many folks trying to find an ending that will please the masses, this book forgets what made the others so good. Not bad, just not good either.