Author: Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher
Published: May 17, 2015
Series: #2 of Never Never
Silas and Charlie don’t remember anything that happened the past two days, or before that. They don’t know themselves. However, their past selves had written their future selves letters that their present selves must piece together to survive the next 48 hours.
This book, I feel, focuses more on Silas. Not much happens between Silas and Charlie and I’m even frustrated at Silas at the start of the book but I couldn’t put it down. More secrets are unveiled and I’m here for it!
This book still had the same problem with the prose but less on the cringe. The voices of Silas and Charlie in here are different from the ones we got used to in the last book and I’m not sure if that was done on purpose. At times, I even wonder if that part had been the real voice of Silas, and I admit, a really good technique to get you turning those pages. Charlie, meanwhile, sounded like a kid here but then I can’t blame her, especially in her… uh situation. And, I’m not sure if Charlie’s situation was supposed to build suspense or horror but it didn’t do anything of that. I was more focused on Silas than Charlie here. Nevertheless, this book was high on adrenaline and still managed to build the tension that the first book left.