The Night Trade Reviews

  • Larry H

    "Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster."After introducing Seattle sex crimes detective Livia Lone in a sizzling, eponymous novel last year, Barry Eisler drops her i...

  • Meredith

    3.5 stars“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster.”Kick-ass Livia Lone is back in The Night Trade to seek revenge on the men who were responsible for trafficki...

  • Kendall

    Ok... seriously you guys I waited a year for this book after reading Livia Lone (first in the series). I absolutely LOVED that book. But, sadly this one fell flat for me :(. The Night Trade by Barry E...

  • Debra

    3.5 stars The Night Trade is the second book in the Livia Lone series. I strongly suggest reading Livia Lone first, so you have the entire back story on Livia's character and her need for vengeance an...

  • Donna Backshall

    The day this book was released, Goodreads and Audible both notified me, and I was like, "Is it my birthday already? Yes, yes, yes!" Forget that I'm middle aged, because I am oh-so-much the giddy fangi...

  • Andrew Smith

    I’m a big fan of the author’s John Rain series and I also really enjoyed the first Livia Lone book, in which we were introduced to this new, intriguing character. I must point out that it’s nece...

  • Sandy

    3.5 starsLivia Lone has a reputation as the best closer in the Seattle P.D.’s sex crimes unit. Other than that, few know much about her or her past. Readers of the eponymously titled first book are ...

  • Nadia

    I didn't like this one as much as I liked the first Livia one book, but it was still a solid heart-racing thriller. ...

  • ? Liz ?

    ★3.5★ “Some people just need killing.” The Night Trade is the second book in the Livia Lone Series. Although this is the second book in the series, I was able to read this as a stand-alone a...

  • Alex ?

    Delicious!Badass heroine, who killed abhorrent paedophiles. I floved those scenes - bloody amazing!Well-written, the author knows the topic he is writing about. There was even a bit of romance, which ...