9 February 2015

Never Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher | Swoonuary

Title: Never Never
Author: Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher
Pages: 140
Genre: Romance, Young Adult, Mystery, Contemporary
Book Description:
Best friends since they could walk. In love since the age of fourteen. 
Complete strangers since this morning. 
He'll do anything to remember. She'll do anything to forget. 





My Opinion:
This is the second book that I'm read for Swoonuary! (For more detail check out my post here) I'm so happy I decided to read this book because it was amazing!

I read this in a couple of hours because it's very short. I was intrigued and curious and the author did a very good way of keeping that up straight from the beginning.

Silas and Charlie were both really well written and it was great to be part of their journey in discovering who they were at the same time as they were.  I loved their relationship and finding out about their contrasting home lives was interesting and unique.
There were some very unexpected twists and turns in the story line that I really enjoyed. As we're discovering the characters, I found myself discovering their past lives and the mystery was slowly revealed. The ending was even more unexpected and I wish it hadn't ended so soon because I still have so many unanswered questions; I hope a sequel is brought out soon!

Altogether I found this book very enjoyable. It was a quick read and I highly recommend it. There's something in it for everyone, whether you like romance of mysteries, this book has got it. The plot was intriguing and the characters were nothing like I thought they'd be (in a good way!) I just hope a sequel is brought out soon because the ending has just left me mind blown:)

Favourite Quotes:

Her eyes are like two open books and I suddenly want to devour every page

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I may not remember anything about her, but I would bet her smile was my favorite part of her

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She's lost in thought. I'm lost in her


 Rating ★ 
 5 out of 5 stars 

 Next book I'm going to co-review for Swoonuary:
Bad Romeo by Leisa Rayven