This book kept me hooked. You just know all along that something spiritual is about to happen eventually, and with that knowledge you just can’t put the book down. When the spiritual-ness does reveal itself, I was finally satisfied. The book definitely does deliver, but it just teaches the reader a lesson in patience. I need to learn to slow my roll every now and then and just have faith that the storyline will deliver, as it absolutely does in "Hush, Hush." Now I’m heading for the sequel.
Suspenseful riding that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Tiny, tiny teasers that let you know something big is bound to happen.
The reason why I picked up Hush,Hush is because of the cover. I mean come on people it's amazing. But I ended up absoloutley loving this book. Why did I love this book so much you may ask? Well I guess we should start with the characters. Nora was a really good character, she made some good choices, she made some wrong choices, and she was awesome. Patch, oh how I love Patch, he was the best bad boy ever and he was a total hottie. Now I guess we should go with the plot. The plot was totally different then the whole vampire and werewolve thing and I loved it. Now, I absoloutley loved the suspense that Becca Fitzpatrick kept us in through the whole book. She kept me guessing throughout the the whole thing, and if you could see what was coming then you are a much better guesser then I am because I had no idea. I can now safely say the I am now a die hard Hush, Hush fan. I am no longer team Edward I am team Patch. I don't day dream about a dreamy vampire, I day dream about a total hottie bad boy fallen angle coming to rescue me. This book was a gream first novel for Becca Fitzpatrick and the next book in the series can not come fast enough.
I couldn't put it down! I downloaded it on my kindle that morning, and by the time I went to bed it was finished! I went immediately the next morning and bought the next book in the series!!
The characters are wonderful, Patch =
Being a very critical person by nature I tend to pick books apart while
reading. Throughout this whole book I was trying to figure out the
ending (which is unlike me, I usually pick apart characters and
grammar). I was dying to know what happened next so incredibly
badly that I was trying to guess it. I devoured this book in something
like 9 hours. Fallen angels, Bad boy extraordinaire, forbidden love,
and very real characters all made this book get well over five stars.
But to add to it, the plot twists were amazing and the writing
flawless. Even with the fact that I read an ARC and therefore there
were grammatical flaws here and there... there were less errors than in
the standard published novel. Which scores major props in my book. I'm
going to be buying this when it hits shelves October 13th so I can read
it again later. Yes, it was that good that I already want to reread it.
Can't wait for the sequel.
You know when you are attracted to a book and can't figure out why? Maybe it was the stunning cover, or the mysterious title, or even the gripping description but the fact of the matter is I was drawn to this book. In a way similar to how Nora is drawn to Patch. I bought it on the fly and don't , nay, can't regret it! Something I look for in books is how clean they are and this book was surprisingly clean I can't recall any cuss words and the most drastic love scene was a kiss. When I wasn't reading this book I couldn't help thinking about it, so like when my parents tore me away from it to eat dinner I was thinking what is Nora going to do next? It was a book that was hard to put down so at 2:30 in the morning I was rationalizing with myself whether to put down the book, only to put it down and then pick it back up at 2:32 (of course I would keep reading!!). A truely captivating book that will have you guessing who exactly is in Nora's head till the very end.
Release Date: October 13, 2009
Simon & Schuster
Rating: 5 stars
Falling in love was never so easy . . .
or so deadly.
For Nora Grey, romance was not part of the plan. She's never been particularly attracted to the boys at her school, no matter how much her best friend, Vee, pushes them at her. Not until Patch came along. With his easy smile and eyes that seem to see inside her, Nora is drawn to him against her better judgment.
But after a series of terrifying encounters, Nora's not sure who to trust. Patch seems to be everywhere she is, and to know more about her than her closest friends. She can't decide whether she should fall into his arms or run and hide. And when she tries to seek some answers, she finds herself near a truth that is way more unsettling than anything Patch makes her feel.
For Nora is right in the middle of an ancient battle between the immortal and those that have fallen - and, when it comes to choosing sides, the wrong choice will cost her life.
With a title like Hush, Hush, the book is just begging for you to pick it up. Once I picked it up, there was no putting it down. Hush, Hush was thrilling and enticing. Patch and Nora's world is so dark and dangerous. It's a world where readers will gladly visit again. The book itself takes a bit to pick up pace, but starting with page 1, readers are captivated by the mysterious Patch, trying to figure everything out and where it's going.
Patch was a character that made readers fall for him; he is dark, mysterious, and totally sexy. All the while, he's also cocky, rude, and awfully selfish, but it works for him and makes him that much more alluring. Whenever Patch is involved, you get chills partly from the fear you feel you should have for him and partly from the attraction. Nora was cast as the opposite, the straight A, good girl. She's a determined character, who falls under Patch's spell. The other characters don't stand out as much as the well-written Patch and Nora, but they have their fortes.
The one character that didn't seem to fit much was the snotty cheerleader, Marcie Miller. To me, she didn't seem to have much of a point in the overall plot.
The romance Becca Fitzpatricks writes is bewitching. The romance between the two is so much that everytime Patch and Nora enter the stage, you can practically see the sparks flying. It builds as the story goes on, and the ending leaves readers begging for more of Patch and Nora's story.
Hush, Hush is definately the cover of the year. The cover is simply gorgeous, and a book I would probably buy regardless of the content inside. Pair that cover with the amazing story Becca Fitzpatrick has written, and you have yourself a book no one can resist.
The wait for Crescendo, Hush, Hush's sequel will be a long one indeed!
I absolutly loved Hush, Hush. It is now my new favourite book, i loved Nora and I absolutly adored Patch. He is one of the best males I have ever read in a book series. I kinda thought it had some things that were simmilar with Fallen by Lauren Kate. That is most likley because I read it first.I really loved this book. Becca did an amazing job. Can`t wait to read the next book too.
This review is about the AMAZING book "Hush, Hush" by Becca Fitzpatrick. I had to review this book next, because it is staring at me from my shelf. I simply ADORE this book!!! I have to say this was the first book that I have read that kept me going without ever wanting to stop!!! Every single word on every single page kept me interested and intrigued. Patch?? Don't even get me started on Patch. Patch is the ultimate bad boy, and one of my FAVORITE characters of all time!!! I have such high standards when it comes to paranormal romances, and Becca Fitzpatrick is now raising the bar just a bit more!!! I recommend this book to EVERYONE to read! It's such a flirtybook with such amazing characters, and an incredible plot! Get out there and read this book. I guarantee that you will not be disappointed!
Nora Grey is partnered up with the new guy for a school project. At first she thinks Patch is just your classic jerk, but the more time she spends with him she realizes he is something unworldly.
Hush, Hush was a wonderful debut by Becca Fitzpatrick. I enjoyed this book a lot. The story was a little slow, but picked up towards the middle of the book. The characters and the plot were awesome. I can't wait to read Crescendo!