Review by Norma: Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens

Never KnowingNever Knowing by Chevy Stevens

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Date read:  January 7 to 10, 2017

This was another excellent psychological thriller by CHEVY STEVENS that was extremely hard to put down and also grabbed my attention from the very first session (chapter).

THE COVER didn’t come into play on this one as this book was chosen to be read solely on who the author was although I do find the cover appealing.

NEVER KNOWING is a fitting TITLE for this novel. Is it better to know or not know the truth?

NEVER KNOWING has us following along Sara Gallagher’s search for her birth parents through sessions with her therapist. I found that I didn’t really enjoy this method as much as I did with STILL MISSING as it didn’t feel quite as compelling to me.

I liked Sara’s CHARACTER and her voice throughout this novel. I felt sympathy for her as she unravels the details and the truth about her birth parents and thought that she handled herself very well throughout most of her ordeal. She was impulsive, obsessive, brave, and passionate. I really like CHEVY STEVEN’S writing style and how she delivers the storyline as she keeps you entertained and interested to the very end. I found it was a solid plot which was easy to follow along with the storyline and all the secondary characters involved.

I did have a slight suspicion on how one of the characters was going to be involved but I felt that the reveal was still shocking and satisfying. The ENDING was intense, satisfying and very pleasing for another enjoyable read by this author.

To sum it all up it was a suspenseful, fast-paced, quick & easy read with a satisfying ending. Would recommend!!