Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Review: Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens

Chevy Stevens' second novel "Never Knowing", is another great hit!  Once again she writes in first person, the main character relaying events to her pshycologist.  This style of writing is very interesting and found myself totally engrossed in the story.  You'll never know what a great story this is until you pick it up and turn the page.   

SYNOPSIS by Barnes & Noble
All her life, Sara Gallagher has wondered about her birth parents. As an adopted child with two sisters who were born naturally to her parents, Sara did not have an ideal home life. The question of why she was given up for adoption has always haunted her. Finally, she is ready to take steps and to find closure. 
But some questions are better left unanswered.
After months of research, Sara locates her birth mother---only to be met with horror and rejection. Then she discovers the devastating truth: Her mother was the only victim ever to escape a killer who has been hunting women every summer for decades. But Sara soon realizes the only thing worse than finding out about her father is him finding out about her.
What if murder is in your blood?
Never Knowing is a complex and compelling portrayal of one woman’s quest to understand herself, her origins, and her family. That is, if she can survive. . . .


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