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The Never Never Trilogy by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher

4 years ago


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5 Stars|Amazon|Goodreads

Okay. I will admit I was one of the FEW who waited for the entire series to be out to read this, and I am SO glad I did. It would have been torture to have to wait for it. Might be a top read for the year, this novella series was fantastic. Silas and Charlie's story had me baffled for its very first line. It was a mystery that I knew would not only pull at my heart strings, but now I knew I couldn't stand not knowing. Heck, It is a Tarryn and Colleen book! What can be any better? The answer is nothing. This series was absolutely wonderful. MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR BOOKS 2 and 3 So this series had me trying to come up with what these authors could POSSIBLY be doing to explain the memory loss. There were a few different possibilities floating in my mind, but in the end I was WAY off. In truth, there were only so many things that could be done to end the series, and I can honestly say that it felt like the perfect ending. I couldn't be more happy with how everything went down. I thought that it was wrapped up very well and all my questions were answered JUST enough. Silas and Charlie were fabulous characters. I loved how they played off of each other when their memory was gone and the fact that even though they remembered nothing, they knew that in the end they would have each other. I don't want to say much other than this novel is a YA filled with suspense and mystery from page to page. Exquisite. Never Never was wonderful. I couldn't put the books down and was very glad that I waited until all three were out until I read them.

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