Never Never: Part Three of Three
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New York Times bestselling authors Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher are back with the much-anticipated final installment in the Never Never novella series.
Together, Silas Nash and Charlie Wynwood must look deeper into the past to find out who they were and who they want to be. With time ticking down, the couple are in a race to find the answers they need before they lose everything. Can they regain what they once had? And will it restore who they once were?
This series was really great. A little drawn out, not worth paying for the books. But it definitely was a reat read.
What the heck was that?!! I'm sorry to say--I loved the first 2 books, and all the build up really had me eager for this last one, and it's left me disappointed. I've never left a negative review before, but felt the ending of this story was both weak and frustrating. Almost feels like the authors couldn't figure out a really unique way to wrap this up and just took the easy way out. A fan until the end....
Silas says a 3⭐️review is the best I can give.
It starts with amnesia with them unable to remember who they are. Having left notes so they don't have to keep relearning what they discovered they use the time to research the journals for more clues. A trip to the Prison and picking up siblings does not help. There in an endless loop of forgetting so they need to eliminate the factors that are not the cause.
The story revisits the same information we have acquired from journals and notes. I'm up to date feeling deja vu from experiencing the same information over and over again.
The goal is to visit Brett in prison. Some more information is retrieved and yet I still feel I'm no closer to understanding what's going on.
The story is written in both Charlie and Silas's POV.
I'm not sure this story warranted three installments. I feel Silas and Charlie could have progressed further than they did if this was to teach some life lesson. Too much hype. I had hoped for something more epic or more monumental.