This week, I’ve just finished reading Never, Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher.
I discovered Colleen Hoover a few years ago, when a friend recommended Slammed. I enjoyed it, and then Point of No Return. . .and of course, Hopeless. Her more recent books have been even better. So when I saw this one, I was excited. I didn’t read the blurb or any reviews, I just dove right in.
From the beginning, it was. . .different. A little confusing, but I was willing to bear with it. And before too long, I was hooked. The premise is intriguing: both of the main characters, Charlie and Silas, apparently have an odd form of amnesia. Neither can remember anything that happened before 11 o’clock on the morning the book begins. How they cope–and what they learn–begins to paint a troubling picture.
Just when I was drawn in, wrapped up and ready to find out just what happens next. . .the three worst words appeared on the page.
To Be Continued
I came closer to throwing my Kindle across the room than I ever have. What?! I went back to Amazon, and I saw the truth. It’s a novella, the first in a series. When does the next one come out? May 17th. Do you how many days away that is? Like, 100. Okay, 88. But close enough.
I still do recommend you read it, but if you want to save yourself some angst, wait and read it on May 15th.
Until then, come back next week and we’ll see what I’m up to then.