Name: Silence (Hush, Hush #3)
Author: Becca Fitzpatrick
Rating: 4.5 stars
Let me start with.. OMG, PATCH!!!! I loved him more in this book. Every time he called Nora “Angel”… I melted. Seriously.
Well, that said, let’s talk about the book. Silence is the third book of the Hush, Hush saga. After being kidnapped for three months, Nora’s back, but she doesn’t remember anything from the last five months. Yes, five months. We already know who took her, who’s the bad guy. But she doesn’t, so she’s trying to figure out what happened to her and who’s responsible for taking a part of her, because even though she can’t remember a single thing, she knows something’s missing. And someone has to pay. Having to face new threats, Nora has to acknowledge the existence of a world full of fallen angels and Nephilims all over again. But that, of course, won’t happen without the help of the mysterious guy who keeps showing up and saving her ass every two seconds. The connection she feels towards this guy Jev is there. It’s strong and she can’t let it go. Who is this guy? Will he be the one to help her get her life back? Can she trust him?
Now, my thoughts on the book. Well, this is, without a doubt, my favorite book of the series. This book had everything. On the previous books, I have to admit, I didn’t like Nora very much. She tended to be a bit annoying at times, selfish and *coughs* kind of stupid *coughs*. She still manages to get in trouble every time she gets out of her house. I find that amazing. But, anyway… In this book, she’s braver, has more courage and has a stronger personality. She has definitely grown a lot. Even though, in theory it has only been a couple of months in the book, she’s different. Then.. We have mysterious, tough, secretive Patch. Oh my… Patch! In this book he says the sweetest things to Nora, and they’ll go straight to your heart. He’s still the same secretive and mysterious, I-work-alone kind of guy. But, you get to see him truly worried. His feelings towards Nora are so clear in this book. Which I thought were kind of confusing in the previous books, because he was always so mean.
Vee’s the same annoying little *ahem* girl. I don’t know how anyone can stand her. Blythe (Nora’s mom) is so naive and dumb, I didn’t like her either. Scott… Well, he’s growing on me. The guy seems to be truly worried about Nora’s well being, it’s obvious he likes her. But, he’s no Patch. And Hank… Well, he’s a son of an evil witch.
This book is definitely better. I couldn’t put it down. I was hooked from the start. It has a bit of everything, suspense, action, romance (oh the romance) and most importantly… Angels! Who doesn’t like angels? 🙂