Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick

****Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick****

Originality- 19/20
Characters- 17/20
Remembrance- 8/10
Quote-ability- 8/10
Entertainment- 18/20
Ending- 9/10
Recommend to read- 8/10
TOTAL- 87/100
Grade- B

Hush, Hush is the story of Nora Grey who once thought her life was normal. But everything changed when she met Patch. After Patch everything changes. Nora feels like something isn't right about him, but she just can't seem to avoid him. When things start to get out of hand and people are put in danger, Patch is her main suspect. How can Nora trust him when all he does is creep her out? Before she knows it Nora is thrusted into a battle she didn't even know she was part of, and she has to choose sides, worse yet the wrong choice will cost her life.


This book had a way of making you paranoid. Fitzpatrick used her words to crawl under your skin and made you feel as if you're living the story. I became so caught up in the story I felt actual fear and suspicion. Though everything came together in the end, I wish that more parts would have been a bit more detailed and explained.

I only have a few character complaints, Nora was great and so was Patch for the most part. Patch gave me a bad feeling, but I guess that's just the proof of great characterization. There were a couple of people that were just pointless add ons, and not necessary at all to the story.

Overall I would say that Hush, Hush has the ability to get in your head and I would definately recommend it to anyone who likes a little suspense.


1 comment:

Mishel said...

Excellent review =) I'm reading this now!