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by Chevy Stevens
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An okay book. Better written than Still Missing.
Valz rated it 7 years ago
This is an addictive read. Don't start it until you have time to read the whole thing. This book is what Hide tries to be. Sara, our heroine, searches for her biological mother and uncovers a horrifying truth. Is our future doomed by our genes?
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 8 years ago
I was expecting a thriller but I really had a hard time reading this book. I wanted to stop reading it at least a couple times since there are so many good books out there waiting for me but I thought the plot of the story was good and I was hoping the storyline would pick up and it would grab my at...
GizmosReviews rated it 8 years ago
*Rating* 3.0 ****Genre* Thriller*Final Review* posted 10/21/2011Things you should know before reading this book. If you haven’t read Still Missing by Ms. Stevens, might I suggest you borrow it from your library, or any other place you can find it for free? Both stories follow the same format where t...
Constantly Moving the Bookmark
Constantly Moving the Bookmark rated it 8 years ago
Knowing you have been adopted leads to many questions even if you have a happy home life, but when your home life is less that ideal, as was Sara Gallagher’s, it seems even more important to find your birth parents. Sadly, sometimes the truth surrounding the circumstance of your birth is worse than...
Coffee Bean Bookshelf
Coffee Bean Bookshelf rated it 8 years ago
I enjoyed this book, but it followed the formula of Still Missing a bit too much for my liking. It's written as if the narrator (Sara) is talking to her shrink, reliving the story between sessions. At times I found Sara likable and at other times I wanted to slap her. I felt for Abby, who was try...
OstensiblyA rated it 8 years ago
I can't decide between three and four stars for this (as well as Still Missing). This was a pretty good read overall. Once again the protagonist, Sara, is relaying the events of the story to her psychiatrist. While I like the idea, it gets rather awkward for me when she's telling Nadine (the psychia...
Susanlovesbooks rated it 8 years ago
Wow what a book!!! It took me a day to read and I loved every minute of it! What an ending!! I loved this book as much as her first one, Still Missing! What a chilling ride you took me on Chevy!! Just when I thought she had the story all wrapped up another twist was thrown in!! A five star read for ...
The Book Geek
The Book Geek rated it 8 years ago
3.5 Stars.
Telly Says.....
Telly Says..... rated it 8 years ago
This was one great book. I think it was even better than Still Missing! Read the full review here:Article first published as Book Review: Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens on Blogcritics.
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