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Never Never: Part Two: Volume 2

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I don’t know their histories…how they grew up…what made them who they are…I know bits and pieces and secondhand information, but all the core information that I usually get from my characters is just…not there with Never Never…and ya know what? But in her dreams she dreams of a boy and her feelings when she wakes is of the boy and wanting to find him.

Merit retreats deeper into herself, watching her family from the sidelines, when she learns a secret that no trophy in the world can fix. For starters, I struggled to remember half of the names of other people that appeared in the earlier book. For those who are interested in reading this series, my advice is definitely wait for the final book to come out before embarking on this mysterious amnesiac tale. Charlie is missing, and even though Silas has never really met her, since he has no memories, he still has a desperate need to find her and help her. Part 1 was about the mystery, Part 2 was about finding Charlie and as for Part 3, for the most part was heavily centred on the romance aspect – very clichéd and lovey dovey, if you asked me.From their first kiss to those magical first moments of love must be rediscovered, but can second-time life ever be as precious as the first? The story starts with the lead female protagonist, Charlie waking up in the middle of the school with no clue of where she is, who she is. Her chapters weren’t necessarily long but I found I got more from them then I was expecting…especially her dreams – I kind of want just a chapter of her dreams. Never Never is a three-part novella series brilliantly narrated by Kevin Free and Elizabeth Evans, a duo of voices that sparkle in bringing Charlize Wynwood and Silas Nash to life. Silas, finds a letter written to Charlie, that Charlie and Silas had written the week before, to themselves, explaining what they had found out so far.

It had been so cleverly written, that I just didn't know where to start, to try and break it down, and work out what was going on. I’ll split my time evenly between the two…but I’m almost positive I cannot live without the influence of their brilliance in my world.But, I thought it moved in the right direction because of the 48-hour memory loss – it’d have to start from square one and repeating the same events; I don’t know how else you could go about it. We didn't get any answers to questions, and I sure as hell expected to at least get some clue or maybe make a guess at what's possibly going on. The book is a big mystery and it didn't give me a lot of clues as to what might be the real reason for their memory loss, so I was completely in the dark. I was intrigued after the first one, but after reading reviews for this one I’ve decided to wait until the last book is done before I read it so I don’t have that torturous wait between books.

But now, having been educated with her past struggles, I now have a clear vision of her and her character development. It’s like a game to test Charlie and Silas on how well they can work together as strangers and if they are able to fix their relationship. Even if we do find out more stuff about what's happening to them and they even start to have dreams that are actually memories we still don't have the Answers and the book ends with yet another (and very annoying) cliffhanger. Yes, we had more answers about what really happened between them in the past, but still, almost nothing about the present. Registered address: Unit 5, Vulcan House Business Centre, Vulcan Road, Leicester, LE5 3EF, United kingdom.

The ending of Part 2 would totally do for me, compared to how it all ended in the third installment. He is the cutest, most romantic boy character I've ever read, When he loves, he loves with his whole heart. I only trust Silas and Charlie to fix whatever suspenseful, rivalry between their fathers and their own issues. I was really looking forward to reading this instalment after the cliffhanger at the end of part one and while I definitely enjoyed it, the pace did seem to slow down a bit. I can’t go into reviewing Part 2 without revealing the major cliff hanger in the last book, so just to warn you if you haven’t read it.

It's actually going to be quite hard, as well as amazing, of course, to read the final part in the Never, Never series.Although I wasn’t quite satisfied with the story in this book, I once again enjoyed Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher’s fantastic writing and storytelling. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Never Never is the brain child of New York Times Bestselling authors Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher. I don’t know what kind of witchcraft or jedi mind tricks they have cast upon me…but it’s totally and completely working and I don’t know what I’m going to do with myself after the third book. Currently she lives in Washington with her son and daughter, and is working on her eighth novel, F*** Love, which will be available this fall.

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