Book Review: NO TOMORROW by Luke Jennings

NO TOMORROW (Book 2) by Luke Jennings

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Format: Advance Digital Review Copy (Ebook)

Publisher: John Murray

Genres: General Fiction (Adult),Mystery, Thriller

Synopsis/Blurb (taken from NetGalley):

“In a hotel room in Venice, where she’s just completed a routine assassination, Villanelle receives a late-night call.

Eve Polastri has discovered that a senior MI5 officer is in the pay of the Twelve, and is about to debrief him. As Eve interrogates her subject, desperately trying to fit the pieces of the puzzle together, Villanelle moves in for the kill.

The duel between the two women intensifies, as does their mutual obsession, and when the action moves from the high passes of the Tyrol to the heart of Russia, Eve finally begins to unwrap the enigma of her adversary’s true identity.”

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My Thoughts & Review

So, this book continues from the first book “Codename Villanelle”  which I finished reading a couple weeks ago, and posted my review  for it a few days ago which you can read here if you haven’t already. I got through both books quickly as they were pretty short, for me anyway.

In this book Villanelle continues on her journey across Europe to carry out some more assassinations. While Eve is right behind her and getting closer to catching her.

I felt that this book was slightly better than the first in the sense that this book felt like it had a little more action compared to the first. The plot felt faster and better paced.

I really like how both characters are getting stronger as the books progress.

Personally, I feel that it would have been better if the first book and this one was combined into one.

Overall, I’ve enjoyed reading the series and look forward to reading the next book. I’m assuming there will be a third book based on the way this book ended.  I highly recommend this book and the first especially if you’ve seen and enjoyed watching the BBC series “Killing Eve.

I would like to thank NetGalley and John Murray Publishers for my eARC in return for a honest and unbiased review.

 

 

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