Silence book. is becca fitzpatrick going to make a movie out of the book? for this book i loooooved hush hush, i sooo fell in love with patch, read crescendo . Silence is the third book from Hush, Hush series written by Becca Fitzpatrick. Nora Grey can't remember the past five months of her life. Visions of angel wings and unearthly creatures that have nothing to do with the life she knows. The Hush, Hush quartet is a series of four novels by Becca Fitzpatrick that follow teenager Nora Grey as she falls in love with the fallen angel Patch and discovers her own angelic heritage. The first book in the series, Hush, Hush, was released on October 13, Hush, Hush; Crescendo; Silence; Finale.
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Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick - Soon to be a major motion picture! The third book in the breathtaking New York Times bestselling Hush, Hush saga, featuring. Silence Becca Fitzpatrick I wasn't really impressed with this book. I mean, the whole forgotten past thing, isn't it kind of pointless considering that the reader. Becca Fitzpatrick is the author of Black Ice, Dangerous Lies, and the Hush, Hush saga, including Hush, Hush; Crescendo; Silence; and Finale—all of which.
Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick | Book Review
As Nora pieces parts of the puzzle together, it became more and more entertaining. She really tries to take matters into her own hands and is determined to do so, regardless of what her mom says.
Once she realizes her connection to him, things pick up again. Scott is also in this book and his story is just as interesting as ever. Thankfully, he tries to help Nora figure out some of the mysteries that surround her kidnapping. Of course there's still Hank, Marcie and other characters that we love to hate.
Fitzpatrick does a good job of developing the conflict in Silence and although predictable at times, I must admit I was completely absorbed. Fans of the series must have patience when reading Silence since Nora has amnesia and spends most of the book just trying to overcome that major obstacle.
Once readers can get past that and hold out for Nora's "ah-ha" moment, they won't be disappointed. Silence sets us up for what I hope will be an epic ending to the series.
She is hurt when she discovers that Patch has been standing outside of rival girl named Marcie's window. Patch explains he can't tell Nora he loves her because it would potentially send him to Hell.
This prompts her to begin talking to Scott Parnell, an old friend and possible Nephilim, and use him to make Patch jealous. Nora becomes involved in a fight in the process and ends up firing Patch as her guardian angel.
Silence (Hush, Hush #3) by Becca Fitzpatrick
Through Scott she finds that a person called the Black Hand killed her father. Nora becomes more depressed as she sees Patch start a relationship with Marcie and believes he has sent her a drugged apology letter.
It's eventually revealed that Nora's mother had an affair with Marcie's father Hank, prompting Marcie's vendetta against her. She also comes to think that Patch is the Black Hand and that he's now Marcie's guardian angel. However, Rixon, a fallen angel and Patch's best friend, is revealed to be behind most of the book's events.
His Nephil vassal is Marcie's father, Hank, who is revealed to have impregnated Nora's mother years ago, making him her real father.
Due to her true heritage, Rixon attempts to sacrifice her to kill his vassal and obtain a human body. In the process of sacrificing Nora, Scott interferes and is shot multiple times. Rixon shoots Nora in the arm and is about to kill her, but Patch appears and he is unsuccessful. The book ends with Rixon getting sent to Hell, Patch and Nora making up, and her real father, Hank, appearing and cornering them, capturing Nora and asking her if she was responsible for the death of Chauncey Langeais.
The book starts with Hank making a deal with Patch: Five months later, Nora wakes up within a graveyard to discover that her mother is now dating Hank Millar. She has no memory of Patch but has moments of deja vu when she hears his name. With the assistance of Scott and a boy named Jev, Nora begins researching Nephilim after her many flashbacks.
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Nora eventually begins to regain her memories of Patch and Hank through flashback memories and is ultimately forced by Hank to make a choice between the deaths of herself and her mother or becoming a Nephilim. Unwilling to cause her mother's death, Nora agrees and becomes immortal.
Hank tries to send Patch to Hell using one of his feathers, but is stopped when Nora shoots him to death. The book ends with Patch revealing that he had the chance to become human, Nora discovering that she has been made Hank's heir and the leader of his group of Nephilim, and that a war between fallen angels and Nephilim is unavoidable.
Nora and her fallen angel boyfriend Patch have had a pretty rocky relationship, and now they finally get to be together. But, Nora has to deal with the fact that she is now the leader of the Nephilim army, she has to deal with the raging war between them and the fallen angels.
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Nora and Patch are determined to do what it takes to finally just have a normal life together, but as time goes on, Nora has to figure out where her loyalties lie. Nora and Patch devise a plan to bring the two sides to peace, but as time is ticking it's getting harder for Nora to decide if peace or war is best.
Nora has many Nephil friends, including Scott and her new, sexy lieutenant Dante, who are determined to help her become the leader she needs to be, but as Nora goes deeper into the world of her new race she finds things that could destroy her, including a dark addiction that Nora might not be able to shake.
In the end all plans of peace are lost and the Nephilim and the fallen angels must go to war. At the end, Vee reveals that she was also Nephilim.
In December Entertainment Weekly announced that Lionsgate and LD Entertainment had optioned the rights to the series with the intention of turning it into a film series. On July 8 , Becca announced on her website that she has decided that now is not the right time to move forward with the Hush, Hush movie and did not renew the movie option with LD Entertainment.In the end all plans of peace are lost and the Nephilim and the fallen angels must go to war.
Mar 04, Sophia Triad rated it it was amazing Shelves: He will tell her the truth. View all 37 comments.
He seems to hold all the answers…and her heart. Which of them was more wronged by Hank?
A third book?
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