Thursday, March 24, 2016

Book Review: Never Never Part 1 & 2 by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher

Welcome back to Colleen Hoover's week and to finish it off I'm bringing you not 1 but 2 novellas by Colleen Hoover which she co-wrote it with Tarryn Fisher.  Without further due...

Never Never Part 1 by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher

Charlie and Silas have been best friends forever and in love since they were fourteen years old, but something is wrong this morning, they are complete strangers.  Why?

Because they can't remember each other, wait, worse, they can't remember anything and they are in school, in the middle of a class.

Silas wants to do anything to remember, but Charlie?  She'll do anything to forget.

And that's all I will say about this Part one, you need to pick it up because even though it was super short and the end left on a cliff hanger it was pretty good.  I gave Part One 5 out of 5 stars.  You get to know Silas and Charlie as they get to know themselves, which was pretty amazing.

Never Never Part 2 by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher

The story continues and it's pretty intense on Part 2, Silas and Charlie starts to find out more and more about themselves and their families too.

Charlie ends up in trouble in Part 2 and it's up to Silas to find and save her, but it's a racing game as if he doesn't save her within a window, he may wake up and not remember anything again and then never find Charlie.  They unravel more truths and things are getting more and more complicated.  Who can they trust, are their families who they think they are?

So many secrets and twists...will Silas get to Charlie on time?

Part 2 was just as amazing as Part 1 and I can't wait to read Part 3, even though I have heard some people say it isn't what they expected, I think that's why I haven't read it yet.  Oh well, we will see, for this one I gave a 5 out of 5 stars and totally recommend both Part 1 and 2, easy and amazing reads and will leave you crazing for more.

And that will do for my review on these two novellas, can't give too much away or it will ruin the whole plot.