"Never Knowing" by Chevy Stevens
Thursday, October 20, 2011
"Never Knowing" by Chevy Stevens
Wow! What a book FULL of Suspense! Oh there is a lot of mystery as well, but the suspense is a killer! This is one of my favorite reads for 2011! By far!
The way this book starts off is
Sara is at
her Psychiatrist’s office talking to her, having a session. All through the story she needs to talk to
her Psychiatrist to help her get through all of this. Sara
can’t believe what she has found out.
Sara is adopted. Sara has never felt as if she has ever ‘truly belonged’ to her adoptive family, even after the many times of
hearing over and over how much her parents loved her as if she was their own. Sara
stills feel a deep longing to find her birth parents, especially her mother, as
many adopted children do. The desire to
meet her birth mother is deep and goes back many, many years. She has a lot of questions for her, but one in
particular, the one almost all adopted children want to ask, “Why did you give
me up for adoption?”
Sara has left to do is to contact
her birth mother. She is a little worried
about this, but why? After all these
years of wanting to meet her, she feels like something is holding her back, but
what? Finally she gets the nerve to do
it. She goes to her birth mother’s home,
but, only to find that her birth mother wants nothing to do with her. The door gets slammed in her face. Why? Sara can’t figure out why her own birth mother would
do this to her.
Sara’s life and her family’s lives are
at risk just for knowing this information.
‘Never Knowing’ could now longer be true if any of this information
leaked out. (In my opinion, I think the
Private Investigator figured this information out and did not want Sara to know the complete story, or he didn’t want to
be the one who told her.)
Sara knows her father is a notorious serial
killer still out on the loose.
Now what does
Now we find out the press got wind of
meeting with her birth mother and both their connection to the serial killer.. How?
Then it pops into her head. ALL the research she had done in the library about
her birth mother had been noticed by someone.
Or, could it have been the Private Investigator just talking about a
case to people? We don’t know who that
someone is? Now that the Press knows,
everyone knows. Now her father knows . .
Now starts the rest of this story. Hold onto your seats, for the chase has just begun!
This book was incredible The suspense never stops. It goes on and on and on. Now we wait. Does her father learn about them all? Who is at risk? Who? When? What will happen?
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