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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Review of Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick

Silence (Hush, Hush, #3)Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have read reviews of Silence from other reviewers and even thou some did not agree with how Becca wrote this storyline I liked it only because it had been a while since I read Crescendo and needed to be reminded on what happened and like Nora I also felt a sense of memory loss and needed to remember what happened. The story starts with Nora waking up in the cememtry and is confused on how she got there and the change of the seasons. The first couple of chapters is Nora going to the hospital and going home and trying to rememeber everything that happened and is feeling so lost and confused since she was gone for 4 months and doesn't not know where she was and what lead her to disappear. Nora is smart to trust her gut since she feels like her mom along with her bestie Vee is hiding things from her and for once in ther life I think Nora doesn't trust Vee or her mom since Nora finds out her mom is dating Hank her arch enemy Marcie's father. Nora is a very strong person but I get from the story that she is feeling lost in a world that no longer includes her. This makes Nora more determined to find out what happened to her and struggles to get her memory back and figure out what happened once and for all. Nora dreams are also not helping since she is dreaming of Jev someone that helped her out of a sticky situation she got herself in after a horrible dinner with her mom and Hank. Nora is also getting help from Scott a Nephilim she grew up that she thought was just a kid she played with Scott is at least someone that is giving her answers as to what happend and little by little with the help of Scott Nora starts to uncover what really happened to her. Jev however is trying to play the "I am a bad guy don't trust me" persona. I don't wanna give away alot of details but. Silence was a wonderful read and I am "Team Patch" all the way even if you read Crescendo and remember what happened you will enjoy Silence I did and brings back all the love that Nora & Patch have for each other and ending will be for me it was a good suprise and makes me wanting to read the last book.. Becca Fitzpatrick

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