Never Never, Book 1
Synopsis: Best friends since they could walk.
In love since they were fourteen.
Complete strangers since this morning.
He’ll do anything to remember.
She’ll do anything to forget.
Review: Since I discovered Colleen Hoover, I became a huge fan of her novels and I’m always very curious to get into each new story. I confess that I didn’t know about Tarryn Fisher but how not to succumb to this book written by two hands? I admit that I was really curious and eager to discover what the two women would present.
The novel is very different from what I thought. For me, it was some short complete stories… but in fact we are actually left with an episode that leaves us at the end of the story with a desire for more even if we have to be patient. Yes, this first part plants the decor, trying to lay the foundations while our answers may finally arrive later. Yes, because we have so many questions but everything remains unanswered and the end finally brings us new questions. We can read the story quickly and we try to understand why Charlie and Silas don’t have any memories, who they are and how they are going to interact with the others. We thus find them in several confusing situations and where our characters do not know what to do and it’s true that the whole story is a bit complicated to really unravel. As always the writing style is mastered and we are carried away even though it’s still a bit frustrating.
It was intriguing and I confess that I wish I had the answers to my question as soon as possible but I’m waiting for the second novel with curiosity!