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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (7 Mar 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749958871
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749958879
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 12.7 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 605,281 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Fabulous, dark, funny and fresh fiction... 'What would have happened after Jesus's crucifixion if Judas lived in a teen horror movie!' - The Sun

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The price of betrayal is more than thirty pieces of silver.

Two days after Jesus Christ's crucifixion, Judas Iscariot receives an anonymous note stating, I know what you did. Wrapped with it is an eye, complete with trailing optic nerve, and a splintered tooth - trophies ripped from two recently butchered friends. Someone, it seems, knows what Judas did on that fateful night following the Last Supper. And that someone is intent on exacting a bloody and gruesome revenge.

As more acquaintances and family members die in increasingly brutal ways, Judas finds himself in a desperate race against time to make amends for his act of treachery, and to uncover the identity of the mysterious hooded killer.

A relentlessly paced, gripping thriller, which further explores one of the darkest bargains in human history. You might just find yourself engaged in the unthinkable: rooting for the man who betrayed Christ.


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Candylion on 17 Mar 2013
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Anyone who enjoys a good gory murder is going to love 'I know what you did last supper', where the nearest and dearest of Judas Iscariot are bumped off in increasingly brutal and inventive ways. But there is more to the book than just a series of slasher scenes; it combines a real sense of historical time and place with a more modern spin on characterisation and dialogue and a deft use of humour to keep the reader entertained throughout. A very visual novel (some of those murders WILL live in your mind for quite a while to come!)that is literally screaming out to be made into a film at some point. Highly recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Hevann on 15 Mar 2013
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Read it over two nights as i couldn't put it down. Not your usual run of the mill whodunnit at all, which was refreshing, and, it keeps you guessing to the end. Between bouts of cringing and lack of sleep, i now resemble a mangled corpse myself, but, it was definitely worth it. A really enjoyable, stomach churning read.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gail Jones on 18 Mar 2013
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I found this really good fun. It was highly entertaining and atmospheric, building in tension until I had to finish it in a mammoth session well into the early hours. The ending, unexpected as it was, will not disappoint. I thoroughly recommend this re-working of the betrayal of Jesus.
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After reading this most magnificent offering I can say that it did indeed bring out the best in me.
The ending although obvious now, was a total surprise; I must try harder next time.
This was my holiday this year, total escape and magnificent entertainment, I was there due to the brilliant portrayal of characters and the setting.
Extremely highly recommended indeed. GENIUS in the making!
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By Vanessa F on 4 July 2013
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Disclaimer: I was sent a copy of this book by its two authors - Wayne Williams and Darren Allan - in exchange for an honest review.

So, here's a question: how do you make the reader feel for the Biblical figure whose name has become synonymous with the term `betrayer'? I'm not a Bible scholar by any means, but I'd imagine Judas Iscariot would be a pretty irredeemable character.

Just doing a bit of background research on Judas (and hefting out the stupidly expensive Bible I had to buy for my English Literature course even though we only studied the Book of Genesis [/rant]), there's a few conflicting accounts on what happened to him after he betrayed Christ. Some accounts posit that he committed suicide, and others have Judas dying via some form of disembowelment. I won't spoil which account IKWYDLS follows, but it is suitably horrid, following the tone of this book.

Williams and Allan, however, go for the 1990s horror solution - Judas gets threatening notes and trophies sent to him after Jesus' death. The film that the title of this book is based on (I Know What You Did Last Summer) isn't particularly great, and is rather cheesy. I do appreciate the pun, though. The combination of Biblical story plus ridiculous, over the top horror movie elements works quite well, oddly enough. The authors really go all out in depicting the gore - I was in the bathtub whilst reading the chapter in which some characters are brutally slaughtered (drowned, dismembered, boiled alive) in a bath house, and I could feel my skin crawling. Needless to say, I hopped out of the tub posthaste.

I'm also particularly squeamish about eyes and teeth, so when some other characters had them, uh, removed... it was time for me to put the book down for a moment.
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I Know What You Did last Supper; a surprising portrayal of the man who betrayed the son of God with a kiss. Not a book for the faint hearted, a brutal, gruesome thriller, representing the aftermath of Judas Iscariot's betrayal of Jesus: a roller coaster ride of horror.
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would recommend the book to anyone - a great thriller with the right amount of comedy, did not see the twist at the end
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