Thursday, 10 March 2011

Hush, Hush

Hey Guys, I know I haven't posted in a while but I'm back! I have not-so-recently gotten back to school from summer break and I have had TONS of projects. Anyway, my awesome, previous English teacher suggested that I read a book called Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick. I thought that it was an over-all good book so here was my summary of it: I loved the book, it was amusing to see the picky little fights between the main characters. Now for the main characters, Nora and Patch. Nora lives on the edge of town in Coldwater, Maine. She goes to high school and has a best friend named Vee and lives with her mom. Her dad died when she was a kid and she hates the popular girl at her school, Marcie or Massie or something that starts with an M, I can't really remember. Anyway, Patch moves to town and ends up in Nora's biology class. Soon after, she thinks she is being followed, thinks someone is watching her outside of her window, and she hits a mysterious man in a ski mask. Patch also slowly grows on to her but always seemed to get on her last nerve, he manipulated her and treated her like she was completely vulnerable. For some stupid reason, they end up at Nora's house in the kitchen, Patch about to kill Nora and end up kissing until Nora's mom calls. It also turns out that her dad had a little Nephlim blood so now so does she and she is related to this freak named Jules who pretends to go out with Vee and he stalks them and he tries to kill Vee and Nora and killed Nora's friend Elliot but, (again with the cheesy romance novel stuff) Patch comes to the rescue and Jules (or Chauncey) died, or I think he did at least and they end the book basically with them stating that Patch and Nora are going out, Nora is part Nephlim, and Patch was a fallen angel and is now Nora's guardian angel. Really CHEESY ending but it was a decent book. Oh, I forgot to mention that the school social worker ended up being a pshyco-path who wanted to date Patch and kill Nora, so yeah, really messed ending but s good book.


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