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"NEVER KNOWING is a chilling thriller with enough twists and turns so every time I thought I knew where it was going I was taken somewhere else. I have a feeling that Chevy Stevens is an author who is going to keep getting better and better with each book! I hope I'm still around for the next six -- at which point she'll probably give me a heart attack. But what a great way to go out!"--Lois Duncan, author of I Know What You Did Last Summer.
“A terrifying, chilling scenario that unfolds into a nightmare and had me keeping the light on at night.”--Rosamund Lupton, bestselling author of Sister
" Stevens takes us on a wild ride in this action-packed book." --The Globe and Mail
"Stevens's unnerving stand-alone thriller about a woman's search for her birth parents matches the intensity of her impressive debut.... the skillful storytelling never flags." --Publishers Weekly
"As finely calculated in its escalating suspense as Stevens’ grueling debut." --Kirkus Reviews
"Stevens’ second novel is a knockout, starting strong and finishing even stronger." --RT Book Reviews
"If you love racing through a psychological thriller, or if you’re interested in writing within this genre, read both of these novels back to back and witness the development of a talented new storyteller." --National Post
"The action is non-stop and the story flows without a bump." --Seattle Post Intelligencer
"This is an excellent beach read because you'll find you can't put the book down for more than a moment once you pick it up, so have an open day planned." --The Surrey Now
"Never Knowing is a thrilling read.... Stevens is establishing herself as a writer who can be counted on to deliver an exciting story, told through compelling characters." --BC Local News
This is the second book I've read of hers. Kept me wanting to read more... Actually bought another of her Kindle books. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sarah S.
Very captivating, you never know what to expert. still thinking about the ending.Published 2 days ago by Jeannie
The framing device was very poorly handled, but the story was pretty good. It could be tense and emotional. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Krissy B.
452 pages of a story that should have taken half as much. An adopted woman searches for her birth parents and finds that she is the product of rape and her father is a famous... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Brenda
If a book keeps me up late at night reading longer than I should then I need to give it at least 4 stars. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Paige Hunter
I recommend this book to other readers who enjoy a good thriller! I am anxiously awaiting the new release by Chevy Stevens.Published 23 days ago by amy
Very good book. Keeps one guessing throughout. Wonderful scary, unexpected ending.Published 26 days ago by Charlotte Hilliard
I do not recall it. So either gave it away before listening, or did not like it. jhlsPublished 28 days ago by Joy H. Lee-Story