Bonnie : Eve Duncan

  • by Iris Johansen
  • Narrated by Jennifer Van Dyck
  • Series: Eve Duncan
  • 9 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Eve Duncan gave birth to her daughter, she experienced a love she never knew existed. Nothing would stand in the way of giving Bonnie a wonderful life - until the unthinkable happened and the seven-year-old vanished into thin air. Eve found herself in the throes of a nightmare from which there was no escape. But a new Eve emerged: a woman who would use her remarkable talent as a forensic sculptor to help others find closure in the face of tragedy. Now with the help of her beloved Joe Quinn and CIA agent Catherine Ling, Eve has come closer than ever to the truth. But the deeper she digs, the more she realizes that Bonnie’s father is a key player in solving this monstrous puzzle. And that Bonnie’s disappearance was not as random as everyone had always believed...

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What the Critics Say

“Johansen’s trilogy takes the reader on an action-packed journey.” (Booklist)

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Customer Reviews

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painful

What disappointed you about Bonnie?

I found this story incredibly difficult to listen to. I waded through (as I did with the last two IJ books) just so that I would know what had happened to Bonnie. and could say a final goodbye to anything written by Iris Johansen. I don't know whether I have matured as a reader or if Iris has just given up / passed her books on to be ghost written. The habit of using


What do you think your next listen will be?

The Snowman by Jo Nesbo


What three words best describe Jennifer Van Dyck???s performance?

solid, articulate, really, as good as possible given the material


What character would you cut from Bonnie?

i have no idea. i don't think additional characters are the issue.


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- Johanna

Repetition to death

I bought this audiobook based on the positive reviews and found myself being very disappointed.
I think it was the dialogue that did it for me. It was repetitious, dull, and used in excess. Fast-forwarding 10-15 minutes at a time did not matter as the characters were still harping on about the same things over and over and over and over and over again.
In short, I was bored by this book.
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- Sennia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-18-2011
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio