Never Never - Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher

Never Never

By Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher

  • Release Date: 2015-01-08
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 649 Ratings


Best friends since they could walk.
In love since they were fourteen.
Complete strangers since this morning.

He’ll do anything to remember. She’ll do anything to forget.



    By dulabi09
    I really don’t like suspense, but i couldnt stop reading! loved it!
  • Crazy, unbelievable adventure that works!!!

    By Trudy Lynn
    This is such an unbelievable, unrealistic story that keeps you guessing at every turn but somehow Taryn and Colleen make it totally believable and leave you hanging on the edge of your seat. Listening to this story adds a new level of excitement! Be forewarned that this is a three part series that leaves you on a major cliffhanger but it is so worth the listen!
  • So good

    By Forzacore
    Be prepared to put all your priorities on hold while you read this series. It is the story of soul mates with amazing plot twists. Enjoy the ride. I plan on downloading more from this author.
  • Wow it blew my mind!

    By The Callaways
    This story really had me confused but I really loved how it kept me eager to find out more! I can't wait to see what the next two installments have in store! Thank you for another great read!
  • Confused

    By BeBe465
    Charlie and Silas are trying to remember their lives but can't. Nothing is making sense. It appears that major thinks are going on in their lives and they don't have a clue. They now are trying to like each other again and it's working. But once again strange things keep happening. Can't wait to see what's next.
  • Super

    By Brit4747!
    Super cute series. I love all three of the books, and read them each in one sitting. I just could not put them down!
  • Awesome!

    By Bri222222
    I'm super late but gosh this book was everything I ever hoped for and some!
  • This book is awesome!

    I really like this book, but I wish it didn't end after just two days through the story.
  • Really...

    By dancer1982
    Why must these writers write these books that are 50pages long and cause the story to be purchased to finish it. Why not write the full store and charge more. This story is okay. And it's an interesting concept. But I'm annoyed but it being broken up.
  • I was underwhelmed by this book.

    By Meg @Reading Books Like a Boss
    Review originally posted on Reading Books Like a Boss Never Never is the brain child of New York Times Bestselling authors Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher. Both have different writing styles and types of novels so I was intrigued to read the product of their collaboration. Unfortunately, I was underwhelmed by this book, and even though this is part one I still expected more from it. Never Never takes the reader on a mysterious journey with Charlie and Silas as they try to remember their pasts and their identities. Both awaken in the middle of their school day with no recollection of who they are, who their families are, or even what they look like. Bonded by their lack of memory, Charlie and Silas work together to investigate what happened to them, grasping at clues to try to uncover their past. How odd to be made of flesh, balanced on bone, and filled with a soul you've never met. Charlie is the defiant and independent female lead, much like Tarryn Fisher's other female leads. Silas is the school quarterback and the guy who was very much in love with Charlie. Or was he? The more they delve into who Charlie and Silas were, the more apparent it becomes that things weren't as they seemed. Both were keeping secrets. Tarryn Fisher has written some of my all-time favorite books and Colleen Hoover's books introduced me to this wonderful book community that has become such a big part of my life. Having read both of these authors' books before, I didn't think the writing was at the same level as their past works, nor was the storytelling. Never Never didn't capture my attention from the beginning like I had hoped. While I was definitely drawn to the mystery, I felt like much of the novel was Charlie and Silas coming up with more and more questions. Not much happened in this book apart from the characters running in circles searching for answers. While I understand that is is one a part of book, I was expecting to have a little bit more in terms of plot development after 140 pages. Since this is considered a romance, I have to comment on Charlie and Silas's love story. I didn't feel the chemistry between Charlie and Silas. Charlie kept Silas at arm's length, always pushing him away, despite developing feelings for him. Given that, I didn't understand Silas's desire to want to make Charlie fall in love with him. This book just didn't make me feel much either way and because of that I can't rate it highly. I really liked that the authors set the story in New Orleans. I visited NOLA in February 2014 and fell in love with the city. I loved that they incorporated the city's charming mystique, and I definitely think the setting will play a huge role in the next part of the series. I rated this book on the merits of what I've been given. Even though I didn't love this book, I still want to read the next book so I can find out what happens next. Note: The Never Never series is being billed a novellas series but it is more accurately a serial series. A novella comes with the expectation that it will have a distinct beginning, middle and end (a small story arc). In part one, there isn't a complete story arc. Never Never ends in the middle of a scene. Many have called it a cliffhanger but to me it is more of a to-be-continued ending. 2.5 stars *I received a copy from the authors in exchange for an honest review.