If you’re looking for a story with weak women, this one is not for you. Never Tell follows three forces of nature, their strength, in many ways, stemming from their brokenness. Yet each battles different ghosts and in no way becomes copies of the others. Each woman is unique and possesses her own voice and way of fighting the hand she’s been dealt.
I wasn’t sure what to expect out of this book. Looking at the title, I was expecting a Hallmark movie plot. While there is sufficient drama to satisfy any soap opera enthusiast, it is all integral to the story and to the mystery (and not annoying for us non-soap opera enthusiasts). It’s a thriller, it’s a drama, and it’s a great gothic story.
Episode three takes us halfway through National Geographic’s Mars, a blend of science and science fiction that spans two planets and the space between. Challenges are contrasted and compared between the future of the human race here on earth as well as the possibility of relocating to the planet next door.
Mars is where fiction and reality collide. National Geographic takes viewers on a journey tackling our planet’s challenges and the possible necessity to relocate to our red neighbor.
“Hanna knew nothing was wrong with her. But Mommy wanted them to look. Again.”