Author: Becca Fitzpatrick
Publication date: October, 13, 2009
Genre(s): Young Adult (Paranormal)
Hush, Hush is the first book I read that’s about Fallen Angels. At first, I though it would be ridiculous to read about fallen angels, but it proved me wrong. It was a fantastic read that was filled with mystery, thrillers, and love.
The story revolves around Nora Grey. Patch, the new student, ends up being Norah’s biology lab partner. She finds out that Patch is a very mysterious and cocky guy, but she’s sure that there is more to him than she thinks.
Nora might be described as stupid, but I find her clever. To actually think of the possibility of fallen angels is crazy. She was clever enough to know that something doesn’t add up when it comes to Patch and the definition of normal. Norah’s sensing of danger is spot on, she even felt something wrong when she met the two new guys at a café shop with Vee, one of them being a new transfer student. I thought she would be naïve at first, but she didn’t. Her best friend Vee is the one who is careless and naïve. Vee just wants to have fun all the time and gets herself into situations that can actually cause danger to her. However I enjoyed Vee’s company, she is supportive of Norah and always looks out for her.
Patch is a guy who seems very dangerous; at least he looks the part. He always wears black, and no one knows anything about his background or history. Patch is described as a hot guy, and his cocky comments to Norah never appease to amuse me. I adored Patch and loved his mysterious aura throughout the book.
I really enjoyed Becca’s writing style. Especially when it comes to internal character conversations. It was full of entertainment, swoon worthy moments, and action scenes all packed into one book. I recommend this book to anyone who hasn’t read it yet, and anyone who loves reading a book about fallen angels.
Happy Reading <3