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Product Details

  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (Sept. 21 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416989420
  • ASIN: B004TE6GCO
  • Product Dimensions: 20.7 x 14 x 3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 363 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #383,165 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"A thrilling debut." --Kirkus Reviews

"A gripping chiller... Fitzpatrick regularly tweaks the tension, resulting in a fast-paced, exhilarating read. Nora’s tempestuous relationship with prototypical bad boy Patch is genuinely, even unsettling seductive- fans of paranormal romance should be rapt." - Publishers Weekly

"Horror and romance fans who are weary of the werewolf (and vampire) next door will welcome this new take on the heart of darkness." --Booklist

"Hush, Hush has great atmosphere, and had me wondering where in the world -- or out of the world -- this story could go. If the guys had been this dangerous and delicious when I was in high school, I would never have wanted to graduate! I see more fallen angel stories coming from this talented writer." -- Sandra Brown, bestselling author of White Hot and Smoke Screen

About the Author

Becca Fitzpatrick’s books, Hush, Hush, Crescendo, Silence, and Finale were all New York Times bestsellers. She graduated college with a degree in health, which she promptly abandoned for storytelling. When not writing, she’s most likely running, prowling sale racks for shoes, or watching crime dramas on TV. She lives in Colorado. Visit her at

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Format: Hardcover
Nora Grey isn't your typical high school student in the sense that she spends a lot of time on her own and yet concentrates on her studies and has her head on straight. She is that good girl that doesn't want any trouble and, slightly reminding me of Rory from my beloved Gilmore Girls in the "has her sights set on Yale and nothing will stand in her way" attitude (and yes, I know Rory was Harvard-bound, but you get where I'm going). But trouble seems to find her in the form of that mysteriously gorgeous bad boy, Patch.

And can I describe Patch without turning into a puddle of mush? Well, he's trouble, plain and simple. But he's that good kind of trouble that just about anyone with the XX chromosome is attracted to. He's got the sarcasm down to an art and there's also the fact there's something about him that's not quite right.

Becca Fitzpatrick has done a beautiful job with not only the characters in HUSH, HUSH, but also the imagery is phenomenal. There are moments when she describes the scenery and it feels as if you are walking through places they frequented. And yet even in what should be the most innocent of events, there seemed to be this undertone that something dangerous was near.

And one thing that makes me over the moon is the fact that every character serves a purpose. There's not all these extra characters thrown in there along the way, with no explanation of why. I like that. The only thing about the entire story that got me was Vee, but just a little. I found Vee to be one of those friends that you have to take care of and keep an eye on like you do a child. A bit reckless and self-absorbed, but she still plays her role.
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Hush Hush is the first book about angels I've read. I picked it up after hearing people raving about how good it is and with a cover like that, why wouldn't it be? When I read it the first time I wasn't impressed. Nora wasn't a strong character and her friend Vee is just plain annoying. Reading it though a second time changed my mind. Maybe I didn't like it the first time because I had read an incredible book before that, and no matter what I read next it wouldn't comprare. That's why I don't let myself read for a while after those kind of books so I can take them out of my system. But I couldn't wait for Hush Hush thinking it was that good. It's wasn't that good but it wasn't bad either.

The story is really good and the main thing that I didn't like was the characters. I have said it before, that I enjoy books mostly because of the plot not because the characters so much. When I have a great story with stunning characters, that's when the book is amazing for me. And the plot in this book was good and I do believe it gets better in the next two books (I haven't read them). But the characters weren't good. If the characters were written differently I may have enjoyed Hush Hush more.

Patch was a little abusive and I just couldn't believe how he talked to Nora and manipulated her without Nora even realizing it. Nora's best friend was just plain annoying and not a true friend to Nora. Vee should believe Nora and support her. It felt like she wasn't a friend to Nora at all. I couldn't believe how Nora could be friends with her. Patch was dark, silent and mysterious. Way too mysterious I would say. Now that I have read the book twice I still don't know Patch. Hopefully in the next book Crescendo I'll get to know him better.

Overall, I enjoyed it but wished there was more to it and I'm definitely going to read Crescendo. Should you read it? Why not. But if you have something else right now, go for that.
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Format: Hardcover
I don't know if its because i'm 25 and just to old for teen reads,or what, but this book really felt like it was missing something. The relationship between Nora and Patch just wasn't solid enough for me. The ended was complete crap. I felt like I was watching scary movie. It just lacked something. The reason I give it 3 stars is because I did enjoy reading it at times. and because Vee (Nora's best friend) was pretty funny. I laughed out loud in the break room. Really embarrassing. I also felt like a loser telling people i'm reading a book called hush, hush. It sounds like a cheesy soft porn novel with Fabio on the cover.
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This book is ridiculously bad. The motivations of the characters are completely off kilter. They make crazy statements and assumptions and then act in contradictory ways. The main character Nora consistently feels threatened and stalked and yet constantly puts herself in incredibly dangerous situations with the most contrived justifications. Her best friend Vee is a total idiot and a bad friend who talks over her so called best friend all the time and repeatedly puts her and her friend in dangerous situations with no charisma at all. The "hero" male lead Patch is violent and creepy, supposedly sexy and Nora is insanely attracted to him but not once does he do or say anything that justifies this attraction, beyond his physical appearance. Nora's attraction to him rings false and feels forced and unnatural. I really tried to give this book the benefit of the doubt and to remember how blindly teenagers plunge into love and danger but even with that in mind I just couldn't hack this book. Every page was met with a snort of derision. Not worth reading.
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