Nora becomes suspicious and worried as the knife he uses changes sizes. The dialogue was often stilted and weird. A book can sound really fab but once I see a certain book, and nothing else but that said book, I will grow tired and lose interest.
When he is restored as a guardian angel, he regains the ability to fly, though he still cannot feel, as he has not yet "earned" that right. Elliot Saunders Elliot is a guy that Nora met at a shop. If only the ending was better The Characters — 4 stars I seriously loved everyone, good or bad My emotional state after finishing this read — I was excited until the end.
The reasons for her hatred of Nora are unknown. I love the prologue in this book. He cannot feel physically — it is described as experiencing the world through a pane of glass — but he can experience emotions.
Most of my issues -- but not all -- lie with Nora. From the mystery to the thrill right up to the romance… I enjoyed it all. My review sum up: The incident leaves her shaken up.
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.
It is a good story all points considered. Jules begins to climb the ladder after her, but Nora confronts him with the knowledge that if she were to sacrifice her life, Patch would become human and Jules would die.
A- Synopsis from GoodReads: Plot[ edit ] Nora Grey is an average sophomore student living in Coldwater, Maine. For Nora Grey, romance was not part of the plan. This makes the book seem unfocused and sort of cheesy. The two are initially at odds, but Nora finds herself inexplicably drawn to him, his behavior both attractive and repelling.
With his easy smile and eyes that seem to see inside her, Patch draws Nora to him against her better judgment. But Hush, Hush suffered from too many villains and too much shock and awe, and not enough thought and follow-through.
Sex Book centers on a deviant race created when fallen angels mate with human females. Vee was pretty consistent too, and was a lot of fun, but she started to get annoying and a little strange Due to these deeds, she begins to fall, and Patch speeds up the process by ripping her already weakened wings off.
The trip turns awkward when the group runs into Patch, who makes Elliot jealous. Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick Published: To be honest- I imagined so many things for this story after reading the title….
It is soon revealed that her friend Jules is actually Chauncey, who wants revenge on Patch for tricking him into swearing an oath that will allow Patch to take over his body during the Hebrew month of Cheshvan.
Not until Patch came along. Her sudden bizarre trust of Patch comes too late for any real belief in their romance. But for all the occasional good, there was quite a bit in the way of bad. Did that bother me? Despite Patch attempting to get her to remain behind in the car, Nora goes after them.
A total lack of finesse made it hard to want to keep reading -- and made me feel like if I kept rolling my eyeballs, they were going to roll right out of my head. Nora later discovers that he is suspected of killing a girl, leaving her unsure of his true character.
I wanted to like it; I loved the fallen angel premise, the idea of an anti-hero, and bits and pieces of the writing throughout.Italicized text is the original publicized text from the book and is entirely the work of Becca Fitzpatrick.
This rendition is entirely satire. It is not meant to offend and I mean no discourtesy. I recognize that authors put a lot of time and work into their novels and I am not trying to disrespect that.4/5.
Title: Hush, Hush. Author: Becca Fitzpatrick. Genre: YA (Urban Fantasy) Publisher: Simon and Schuster Children Publishing Date: October 13 (US) / October 29 (UK) Hardcover: pages.
Stand Alone or series: first in a planned duology. Why did I read the book: I love the cover and the premise. Plus the hype surrounding the book.
May 14, · Hush, Hush is a YA fantasy romance novel by Becca Fitzpatrick. Plot: Nora, a year-old girl whose father was recently murdered, finds herself a new biology partner in Patch, an angel who has fallen from heaven.
Patch is bad, bad, bad, but Nora can’t help the intense pull she feels toward him. Hush, Hush is a New York Times bestselling young adult fantasy novel by Becca Fitzpatrick and the first book in her Hush, Hush series. The novel received rave reviews  and focuses on Nora Grey, a teenager whose life is at risk after beginning a romance with new student Patch, a fallen angel with a dark connection to Nora.
Dec 10, · Book centers on a deviant race created when fallen angels mate with human females. Lots of discussion of angels who want to have sex with human females, but main character -- a sophomore in high school -- only makes out with her angel.2/5. Jun 09, · Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick series review.
I am glad I read the entire thing, but if this isn't something you've spent your money on already I would tackle some other things on the TBR first. It definitely had its high and low points.Download