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Silence (Hush Hush Saga): 4.75 out of 5

Let's start by saying: AWESOME book cover! I think it is so prety! :)

I am very much in love with this series. Everything about it calls to me.
Sure, there are little things here and there that don't exactly add up, but that is the thing with almost all supernatural/fantasy books. All in all it has been great diving into this series this far and I am looking forward to reading the last book.

It is not often that an author is able to captivate its readers in the same way in all books throughout a series, Becca Fitzpatrick is an amazing story teller.
After the massive cliffhanger from the previous book I was glad I already had the next book in the series.

There is more Patch, more Nora, little less Vee (thanks God). little more Scott (he grows on me here a little)
Nora comes back even stronger than on crescendo. Her amnesia turn up the heat on things considerably. There is as much action and adventure and heart in this book as in the others.
Patch still Patch. I said those exact same words when writing my review for crescendo, because really, that is the best way to describe it. He is not your usual bad boy character, most of them have some tragic past or loss or something, Patch just is who he is and makes no excuses for it. Yup, he tried to kill her. And that is just that. No excuses.
Hank...gosh... can you think of a worse dad? 'cause I cannot!

I will leave you all with a heartbreaking and heartwarming quote:

"I love you." His voice was straightforward, affectionate. "You make me remember who I used to be. You make me want to be that man again. Right now, holding you, i feel like we have a shot at beating all odds and making it together. I'm yours, if you will have me."

Dare telling me that ain't cute?!

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