Chevy Stevens doesn’t mess around. Like a racehorse out of the gate, her books take off like mad wildfire, simmering and sizzling along the way. And, faithfully, Never Knowing never lets up until its knock-over, finish-line ending. Intense, yet simple, uncomplicated, perfectly enthralling.
Like her previous best-selling psychotic thriller, Still Missing, her new story, Never Knowing, is a book of therapy sessions, this time gracing us with the voice of passionate, and a tad neurotic, 33-year-old likeable Sara, adopted as a baby, yearning for an explanation of her childhood and the choices made by her biological parents, and presently a doting young mom of six-year-old Ally.
The harrowing answers revealed and spine-tingling events do not disappoint in this crazy, nonstop psychological game of cat and mouse. I was joined at the hip, again, for days with this advanced readers’ copy until its conclusion.
Thank you, Kate, at Macmillan, for this great mystery escape therapy session of my own.
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