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Never Never: Part Two of Three Kindle Edition
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- Book 2 of 3 in Never Never (3 Book Series)
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So, Part 1 of Never, Never left us with a huge cliffhanger of doom, and emptiness. (Yep I'm going with melodrama) It actually left me with a crazy book hangover for a couple of weeks. I was sat trying to get my head around, all the facts we had been given, and those still missing.
So by the time Never, Never Part 2 came along. I was more than ready for some answers.
Charlie and Silas, friends since well, forever. Dating since 14. Crazy in love for years. Wake up one day when 18, and have zero clue who the other one is. Oh and no clue who they are either. So, basically no knowledge of well anything.
So, in the first part of the trilogy, we see the next 48 hours, alternating between the 2 characters, and trying to work out what the hell has happened. And why they can't remember themselves, or anyone else.
They have clues scattered far and wide. It's like a massive 1000 piece puzzle, that someone has thrown up in the air, and let the pieces scatter everywhere, far and wide, and now they have to find them all, and piece back together.
At the end of Part 2, Charlie is missing. Having walked off by herself, after a fight with Silas. But she has no purse, and no phone.
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. Turns out, it has already happened twice before, and if the pattern is consistent. It will happen again, every 48 hours. Which by the time Silas has finished reading, is in the next few minutes.Read more ›
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. It was still interesting and totally readable,
There’s a whole bunch more investigation in this book, mostly led by Silas, and because of the whole memory-loss thing, it takes him quite a while to find anything out! Charlie manages to get herself into a right old predicament that opens up a whole new can of worms and makes me wonder where on earth the authors will be going with this new plot strand.
Charlie isn’t in this novella so much and the story is mostly told from Silas’s POV. That’s fine, but I really enjoyed Charlie’s POV from the previous book. I admire an author (or authors) who has the guts to write a protagonist who actually isn’t a very nice person and yet still manages to make you care about them. The lack of Charlie wasn’t really a dealbreaker, but I’m hoping she’s going to be in the final instalment a lot more.
So, while this was a good instalment and I was glad I read it, it didn’t have quite the gut-punching impact of the first book. I’m still going to read the final part, though, because I’m dying to find out what the big reveal is!
Charlie and Silas are separated in this book and Charlie is having flashbacks/dreams about the two of them, yet why is still a mystery. A few questions are answered, but by the time the book is finished (this is a one sitting read people), we're left with a dozen more.
I still can't work out what the hell is going on, and the ending provides NO clues. (Part Three isn't out until next year)
I loved the fact that Silas involved his brother and trusted him, rather than it merely being him and Charlie on their own. The interactions between the two of them were well written and believable. However, I'm not sure who they can trust, and while I enjoyed reading about the secondary characters, I am reserving judgement on them all until I find out what the hell is going on.
The thrill and action that had me flying through Part One were present in this book, but they were both more subtle and light-handed. This installment was more of Silas' POV which showed us how much he cared about Charlie, despite not really knowing her and their past.
I NEED part Three...
After reading part one I was keen to read this because I wanted to know what was going to happen.
Up to now, I liked this part the best as I felt you got more answers. You learnt more about Charlie and Silas's background.
Silas, I still liked as a character, but I still feel unsure about Charlie. I just can't make up my mind about her.
Their also seemed to be more twists and turns in this part that I liked. But I felt as though crucial questions weren't answered.
I also didn't like that I was left with another ending which I didn't expect because it has left me wanting more.
I would recommend this book to anyone. But I recommend reading part one first. This isn't the type of story were you can jump in half way through. Now that I have finished this I can't wait for the next one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The second parts are usually not as good as the first ones and this book is maybe an exception. It maintains the story making you be eager to read the third one.Published 4 months ago by Ana Belén García Alcaraz
Awful writing, dubious plot and unbelievable characters! Do not make the same mistake as me and read part 3!!Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Charlie is lost and then is being held in a secret place where she is being kept drugged. I have to admit that I loved the suspense and to get to know Silas in more detail is... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Pix
Why do I do this to myself?
It's 11.20pm on a work night and I can't sleep. I'm am very jealous of my boyfriend who fell asleep as soon as his head hit the pillow. Read more
Loved this book kept me wondering, a easy five star rating highly recommended couldn't put this book down . .Published 6 months ago by lindsey chesworth