Never Never is a three part novella series that is a continuation of the same story throughout. In the first book, we discovered that Charlie and Silas keep losing their memories at exactly the same time every 48 hours. They start reading their old journals and letters to each other and begin taking meticulous notes to use as a reference point every time the clock resets. In this final installment, we discover who is responsible for their memory loss and what is needed to stop the cycle.
While this was a very challenging situation for them, it allowed them to see their lives and personalities from a different perspective. They had allowed a number of external factors to influence not only their friendship and relationship with each other, but ultimately their personalities. They turned into people they weren't exactly proud of. There is nothing they can do to change the past, but they have complete control of the present and their futures.
Overall, I thought this story had an excellent message. How it was presented was a bit far fetched and unrealistic, but it was still an entertaining read. It wasn't my favorite Colleen Hoover book... READ SLAMMED if you haven't already....but I have yet to come across one of her books I haven't enjoyed.
I am using this book as part to my Year Of Epic Reads Challenge. March 22nd's challenge was to complete a series. I have also completed the Lunar Chronicles series this year and I'm working on a few others.