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Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens

Never Knowing (edition 2011)

by Chevy Stevens

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Title:Never Knowing
Authors:Chevy Stevens
Info:Sphere (2011), Paperback, 496 pages
Collections:Read and passed on
Tags:Crime, Fiction

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Great Read!! Loved it!! ( )
  chrissilu68 | May 23, 2015 |
Woman seeks to find out about her birth mother. Is she prepared to find out who the father is? ( )
  suzanne5002 | Apr 14, 2015 |
After reading "Still Missing" by Chevy Stevens I couldn't wait to get my hands on another book by the same author. The second book wasn't as good for me. I'm not sure why.

The main character is talking to the same psychologist as in "Still Missing." She is telling her story of her serial killer father and his attempt to work his way into her life. Sarah is cooperating with the police in order to aid in the capture of her father. The thing is, the characters just don't seem to act in ways that seem logical.

It was an interesting plot, an interesting story line, and I just couldn't get into it. ( )
  jlsimon7 | Mar 1, 2015 |
452 pages of a story that should have taken half as much. Ad adopted woman searches for her birth parents and finds that she is the product of rape and her father is a famous serial killer- still on the loose. The protagonist Sara Gallagher is extremely unlikable. The story is told through her speaking to her psychiatrist. She is whiny, flighty, highly emotional and I just wanted her to be quiet. Her 6 year old daughter Ally is a brat, but Sara blames herself for it. Her fiance, Evan, seems nice but I can't believe anyone would put up with her! The story is very predictable with a slight twist at the end, but by then I just wanted to get back the time I spent reading this interminable novel. ( )
  Brenda63 | Jan 17, 2015 |
One of the best psychological thrillers that I've read to date, gripping and suspenseful with the turn of each page, never knowing what's about too happen around the next bend. ( )
  Gatorhater | Dec 9, 2014 |
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Struggling with a need for closure, Sara Gallagher attempts to reconnect with her birth parents only to learn that her biological father is an infamous serial killer, a discovery that causes her to fear she has inherited violent tendencies.

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