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 Charlize 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?
So a little bit of a shock last night when I had a quick flick around facebook before going to bed and found out that this book had been released! The first two books in this trilogy were incredible and this final installment is a phenomenal ending to a story we have been dedicated to for the last year!
Just like with the previous two, the best way to go into this books is to do so blind! This does make it super hard for me writing my review without telling you ANYTHING about why this book is some amazing. But hopefully you will be able to tell from my fangirling throughout this review just how much you need to read this book! (after reading the first two of course!)
“We want to find someone who believes in us. Who will take our side and make us feel less lonely.”
Once again I have to pay a MASSIVE amount of respect to Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher. It’s crazy to think that this trilogy is the first time that they have written together because it’s so seamless, something that many writing duo’s would have taken a lot longer to achieve. I’ve loved the way that they wrote all three of these books, one doing Silas’ POV and the other Charlies POV to give us two very distinct character voices. The shortest book of the entire trilogy, Never Never is perfectly paced and packed with enough action to keep us on the edge of our seats right until the last page.
“I could spend every day getting to know you all over again, Charlie, and I don’t think I’d get sick of it.”
I have loved the journey that Silas and Charlie have been put on in these books. When we first meet them they don’t even know who they are, so we get to know them as they get to know themselves, both separately and as a couple. I really like the addition of the letter and journals in this book again, which show us past Charlie and Silas before any of this happened to them and it’s interesting to see the similarities and differences between them then and now. It’s been interesting to see their relationship develop throughout all three books even though they have lost their memories a few times, the romantic connection between them doesn’t seem to disappear and grows stronger through the books.
“Trust your gut. Not your heart, because it’s a people pleaser, and not your brain, because it relies too heavily on logic.”
I thought I had figured it out by the end of Part 1, and then I read Part 2 and everything I thought I knew got turned on it’s head. So I went into this book (very excited and) accepting that anything could happen. I really didn’t want another cliffhanger, I wanted answers, and I don’t feel like I’m ruining anything by telling you that we do get those answers. There were a couple of different ways that CoHo and Fisher could have taken this and I really like the direction that they chose for the reason behind Silas and Charlie’s memory lost.
“Fate is the magnetic pull of our souls toward the people, places, and things we belong with.”
This book was everything I wanted and needed it to be and I was so happy with how this series ended. The whole story line was just so a unique and addictive and I loved that I had no idea what was coming next. I know there has been quite a bit of negativity around the fact that this story has been split into three separate books, but I actually really like that it has been done in this way. (although, like always, having to wait between book releases was torturous!)
“Adults like to pretend that our feelings aren’t as big and important as theirs—that we’re too young to really know what we want. But I think what we want is similar to what they want. We want to find someone who believes in us. Who will take our side and make us feel less lonely.”
An amazing end to a phenomenal trilogy. Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher deserve our respect and undying gratitude, and a lot of begging for more collaborations by them in the future!
Re-Readability: Again and Again and Again!
I would recommend this book to fans of: Colleen Hoover romances, Tarryn Fisher a totally unique concept, mysteries that they just love to figure out!
Have you read Never Never Part 1 or Part 2 yet?
Have you read anything else by Colleen Hoover or Tarryn Fisher?