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Publisher's Summary

Following the wildly popular BBC America adaption of Codename Villanelle, a high-stakes, addictive installment of Jennings's acclaimed Killing Eve series.

Though the cat-and-mouse chase between these two lethal adversaries has seemingly ended, the sophisticated, deadly thrill of Eve and Villanelle's relationship is far from over. Told in Jennings's stylish prose, Killing Eve: Endgame is another pause-resisting chapter in the espionage exploits of Eve and Villanelle.

©2020 Luke Jennings (P)2020 Hachette Audio

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  • Jon V
  • 2020-08-19

Love the book and the show.

I love how the books are way more queer than the show. I wish there were different voices for Eve and Villanelle, but you get used to it.

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  • Abby
  • 2020-08-19

Toxic relationship not gonna lie

I mean, I liked the book, but damn was their relationship... toxic 😳 But the performance of the person speaking was AMAZING. The accents, the emotions - I loved it!

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  • Valarie
  • 2020-06-20

What a disappointment!

After all that intrigue, the author settles on the stupid fake Russian collusion and fake Trump dossier to end the series! What a lazy piece of crap author! I want my time and money back! This author was just watched Rachel Madcow spin her conspiracy theories and decided to write that in as the finale! That is so lame! Was this also paid for by the DNC?😂

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  • Lifeisshort
  • 2020-04-26

The Trend Continues

I wasn't crazy about the last installment of the series but compared to this one it was Michael Connelly or Lee Child. I don't watch the television show but perhaps the reason Villanelle is in freefall is due to the fact that the books are following the show here. Eve Polastri has gone from being a big time cop to being a whimpering, simpering ingenue who can't function without Villanelle at her side. In the beginning Villanelle was a sort of female James Bond, as far as I got in this book she only came off as the queen prisoner of Cell Block H. Thus a series that even at it's best was a trifle cheezy at times, has become a disaster; well anyway that's my opinion; it's possible I might be wrong.

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  • R. Neely
  • 2021-02-24

Disgusting

Luke,
Why couldn't you just write a story? He wasn't even your president. Trashing people you never met is disgusting. In the end you lose.

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  • Dana
  • 2020-05-09

huge disappointment

Fortunately, BBC America found the right people to turn this interesting concept into excellent viewing

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-04-29

Fantastic!

I adore the story of Villanelle and Eve. This book is a great ending to the series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2022-02-07

Moved very quickly but still great

I felt the story moved way too quickly and was so short I had to replay chapters to really catch everything that happened. I’m a huge fan of the TV show so I wanted to listen/read the books. I didn’t realize Eve was so much more emotional in the books than she is in the series. I was shocked at how often Eve would be crying or super close to tears. In the TV series she just seems snarky, angry, and hilariously dark yet relatable. I still loved the story despite the small differences. I hope the dynamic duo Eve and V actually do end up “together” at the end of the series, or at least both alive and available to continue their little mind games. This is definitely a book I’ll listen to again in the near future!

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  • Jeremy A.
  • 2021-08-18

Completely predictable

Not that great and needs to keep the political opinion out of the story.

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  • Melina
  • 2020-10-29

1st two are worth it, pretend its a cliffhanger

i really didnt know if I'd finish this book. eve's character seemed to majorly backslide development-wise while villanelle's character just became frustrating, and not in a compelling, mysterious way. switching to first person POV after the first two books weren't was also a weird choice. which is why the story gets a one star.

the narrator is fine. the overall rating 2 stars is just because the plot outcome was interesting enough to warrant finishing it.

ultimately, i think if you haven't started the series at all or just haven'tread this one yet, the first two books are worth it and you should just end on a cliff hanger and pretend this one doesn't exist.