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Just hang in there because the last half is like free-falling,
This review is from: Silence (The Hush, Hush Saga) (Hardcover)
This book was an installment that I was eagerly awaiting. And after finishing it, I had to wait a day until I could get my thoughts together enough to write a coherent review. The beginning is incredibly frustrating because you're seeing the world through Nora's eyes and you're just as "in the dark" as she is about what has happened to her. She can't remember back to April (it's now September) and she has been missing (kidnapped) for 11 weeks. Patch is nowhere to be found, and if anyone remembers him, they aren't saying. Hank Miller is dating Nora's mom and you'll be asking WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON for about the first half of the book. But I swear, just hang in there because the last half is like free-falling.
Eventually, we do get some serious Patch interaction but you'll have to read it to see how that comes about. The plot is incredibly well thought out and Fitzpatrick does a good job in keeping you motivated to read even though she's keeping secrets. :)
The ending - well - I was unaware there was a 4th book that was recently announced so I almost threw my Kindle across the room in frustration. If there was ever a cliffhanger - this is it. I stared at the last page for a few minutes before I completely spazzed out and had to text Sash to see what the heck was going on. I thought I would have to fill in the rest of Nora and Patch's story by myself which was devastating, to say the least. I absolutely ADORE this series. Patch is one of my dream guys (he's also A LOT like my boyfriend--minus the whole fallen angel part--so that works out well). I can honestly say that there is NO way that anyone can guess what happens in this book, much less how it ends.
If you have come to love this series as much as I have, you'll be on your knees begging for more, happy about the ending, and completely swooning over Patch and Nora's love story. (Not to mention Nora turns into an even stronger female protagonist than she was in the previous book, Crescendo.)
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Initial post: Nov 4, 2011 11:59:07 PM PDT
Amazon Customer says:
I agree, I was not aware that a book 4 was to follow. I thought this book would end the series but I was kind of sad that it was going to end. I too stared at the last page with a confused look on my face. You aren't alone.
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 21, 2012 11:20:36 AM PST
Allison B. Vincent says:
I thought the same thing!!!! I read the first book in 1 day, the 2nd book in 2 days, and then 1 day on the third. I was soooooooooo desperate to see how everything ends, so when the 3rd book ended I was left thinking W.T.F.!? So I got on google because I was convinced that this cant be the way the story ends. I saw that the 3rde book comes out in Fall 2012 and wanted to explode. In my head I was yelling "NOOOOOOOO I NEED TO KNOW NOW!!!!!". I just read all three books in 5 days. If I had known there was a 4th book, I may have paced myself lol
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