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Review: Hush, Hush Series

Hi guys! Welcome to Throwback Thursday! Today I’m going back and looking at Becca Fitzpatrick’s series Hush, Hush.

I also wanted to use this time to throw out an update. As you have, or haven’t noticed, I haven’t been commenting/or liking your posts, and that would be because I think I have burnt myself out. I still feel like reading and being part of the community, but my body is telling me no. Plus work has been incredibly stressful, so I may take a little break in a few weeks (just in time for Christmas!). I’ll keep you all posted as to what I plan to do, as for the rest of this week & next I am not going anywhere, and I am still trying to catch up with all your posts.

Now on to my reviews! Gosh I loved these books so much!

Read: August 2012
Rating: 4 Stars

Hush, Hush (Hush, Hush, #1)
Hush, Hush

Hush, Hush by: Becca Fitzpatrick: The story of Nora Grey and her not so normal life. As soon as Patch walks into her life, her life isn’t as normal as she thought it was. Fallen angels, guardian angels, it’s all a different world. The novel was written really simple and that element can be a turn off to read, but what keeps the reader going is the fact that it’s such a mystery. The whole time it’s a fight to see who is really who, and who is doing what. The reader thinks it’s one person when it could possibly be another person. Fitzpatrick has a great way of holding the suspense until the very last chapters! There are parts where it seems you just can’t read anymore, but you keep at it anyways so you can figure out the mystery.

Read: September 2012
Rating: 3 Stars

Crescendo (Hush, Hush, #2)
Crescendo

Crescendo by: Becca Fitzpatrick: The second novel in the Hush Hush series. Nora figures out her past and the truth behind everything. Though the past is out to get her. Just when she thinks everything is right, it falls to pieces again. The novel was well written and it kept the reader in suspense throughout the whole novel until the very last sentence, but the novel was very dark and gloomy. There really wasn’t a part of it that was happy, it was sad event after sad event and you’ll feel yourself feeling moody. It was a very grey book, but very good in the writing aspect.

Read: September 2012
Rating: 4 Stars

Silence (Hush, Hush, #3)
Silence

Silence by: Becca Fitzpatrick: The third novel to the Hush Hush series. We’ve been together with Nora and Patch for three novels now but in this one could their love and their relationship get any stronger, in his novel the reader finds out all about that. You also come to learn that even though Nora seems to forget everything, she remembers a great deal more. The novel was engaging and even though it was dark and gloomy there was some light in this novel. The writing was still as it has been, though in this novel it felt lighter and more with a sense of an ending to all the fighting… but who knows there could be more in the final novel.

Read: February 2013
Rating: 4 Stars

Finale (Hush, Hush, #4)
Finale

Finale by: Becca Fitzpatrick: The final novel in the Hush, Hush saga. We are thrown into the action of having fallen angels, archangels, and Nephilim all at war, and our main character Nora Gray has become the leader but she has to fight to show whose side she’s on. It’s a story of war and triumph over the bad guys. It is also a love story between Nora and Patch who is a fallen angel, which makes things complicated. The novel ends well and it feels like how a series should end; you have no more questions left about it. It was cute, and a little sappy at parts but getting over those parts you have a great action novel.

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