BOOK REVIEW: Never Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher

I put off reading this book for a long time, mostly because at first it was broken up into three parts and I figured it would contain cliffhangers. I wanted to be able to read from beginning to end in a short amount of time so I didn’t go crazy wondering what was going to happen. (Colleen’s books have a habit of stressing me the F out!)
So, I purchased the complete set and went in knowing very little about the book.
First thing you need to know is there isn’t a single resting point in the entire story. From the moment you start to ‘The End’, you’re on a ledge, waiting for the other shoe to drop. It starts off at a fast pace and never lets up.
The premise is simple, yet complicated as all get out. Silas and Charlie ‘wake up’ to find they have no memories of themselves. They have no idea who they are, who their families are, and no recollection of how they came about. BUT they remember small things. Like celebrities, how to work a camera, books they’ve read, etc. Throughout the story, you’re taken on a journey of discovery. Not only do they learn—piece by piece—who they are, but your heart breaks when they come face to face with their former selves and discover, they don’t entirely like the people they were.

I thought I had this book all figured out, but every twist threw something new my way and I realized I had no freakin’ idea what awaited me at the end.

Exceptionally well written with a break-neck pace that will have you clawing at the book in hopes of getting your hands on a happily ever after at the end.

Phenomenal work from Colleen and Tarryn.

(Photo courtesy of Amazon.)

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