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He tries to seek some answers she finds herself near a truth that is way unsettling than anything Patch makes her feelFor she is right in the middle of an ancient battle between the immortal and those that have fallen and when it comes to choosing sides the wrong choice will cost Nora her life This book is simply appalling I won't lie my expectations going in about this book were pretty low But even so Hush Hush managed to disappoint meFirst there are many similarities with Twilight you have a regular average girl here absent parents a love affair with a dangerous supernatural boyfriend a final showdown with a villain of his own kind The mythology while somewhat unusual I haven't read anything about fallen angels in YA so far is paper thin The characters are shallow and undeveloped BTW Vee is the dumbest character I've read about maybe ever But this is not even what makes this book a barely tolerable read This book is just plain silly and silly not in a cute and funny way but in it's pretty dumb and dangerous to fall for this crap way Many things are just so contrived about the story I got a headache rolling my eyes while reading it For instance a bomb threat to steal an empty personal file that nobody investigates later? a biology class which is centered on discussing one uncomfortable and almost harassed student's sexual attractiveness? why would a mother whose husband was murdered leave her 16 year old daughter alone in a remote house for weeks at a time? why would parents of another teenage girl let her go out NEXT DAY after she had surgery following a violent attack on her? dressing up like a hooker to get some dirt on a guy you are investigating? why would an angel fall for loving a human and then get his wings back while loving another human? And finally why exactly Patch and Nora are in love? They know nothing about each other Even Nora spends most of the book calling Patch creepy being scared of him being roughly pinned by him to various walls in dark places or being at his knife's point and yet she is full of desire for him? It just makes no sense As for Patch I don't know one thing about him or why he loves Nora My list can go on and onBut surely enough teenage girls will eat this story up You have everything for success here a fabulous cover and font and pages and pages of flirtatious banter filled with sexual innuendos very often bordering on sexual harassment fit for 30 year olds and not 10 gradersI am rarely for any kind of censorship of books but reading nonsense like Hush Hush makes me wonder what are these writers thinking? In my opinion YA writers should be held to a higher standard than your usual writers of adults fiction Why would they want to promote such outright disturbing relationships as normal to impressionable and silly teenage girls? In my book the relationship between Patch and Nora is not simply shallow but dangerous I wish some of the authors exercised better judgment writing their books otherwise they are setting up many many girls for a lot of disappointment because whatever is presented in this book as romantic is disturbing at best in real life Well to sum this tirade up Hush Hush is pretty much a book that gives YA literature a bad name Naturally the seuel is in works but surely enough I won't be reading it I'd rather dedicate my time to something better written and less contrived and misguidedReading challenge #1 F

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Hush HushA SACRED OATHA FALLEN ANGELA FORBIDDEN LOVERomance was not part of Nora Grey's plan She's never been particularly attracted to the boys at her school no matter how hard her best friend Vee pushes them at her Not until Patch comes along With his easy smile and eyes that seem to see inside her P I read this ON A DARE a double dog one if you must know And now I want to look it in the eye and ask REALLY BOOK? REALLY? Because it doesn't just cross the line into the uncomfortably creepy territory it takes a cosmic leap over it Hush Hush may have the dubious distinction of being the worst book I've ever read I assumed it's a book since that's what you'd call a bunch of printed and bound pages but I'm really applying the term 'book' loosely here Yes I know I'm not the intended audience but should terribly written books that can only aspire to reach the same literary heights as the word of the day toilet paper even HAVE a target audience??? Yes I'm being harsh But I'm also being honest Let me give you a sample of my complaints all of them would be longer than the allowed review spaceThis book reads as though someone read Twilight appreciated the obviously marketable and profitable premise and decided to rewrite it in an edgier way which boiled down to clumsily asking a uestion What did Twilight lack? and coming up with the answer Sexual creepiness bordering on sexual harrassment That's it LLLLLLadies Meet Nora Grey an 'average' high schooler who meets a mysterious boy Patch in biology By the way my future hypothetical daughter will not be allowed to take high school biology since that's where all potential supernatural creeps appear to lurk looking for gullible teenage girl prey The boy acts like a total jerk to her and his sleazy innuendos are alarming and appalling but not charming or witty or sexy The natural things to do would be a tell him off b tell the school officials and c call the police if the d bag does not stop harrassing you Instead Nora Grey decides to madly fall in love with the jerk Dear teenage girls He hates me therefore it means he loves me approach does not work in real life While we're at it PEOPLE WANTING TO KILL YOU IS NOT SEXY EITHER Dear YA authors please stop perpetuating this idiocy Patch is a fallen angel no spoilers it was stated on page one or so with a dark past But basically he is an entitled arrogant jerk who appears to take immense pleasure in publicly humiliating Nora physically forcing himself on her physically intimidating her ignoring her wishes and gloating in his dripping douchebaggery approach while nearly sexually assaulting her in front of the class “I make you uneasy?” he asks The proper answer would be to scream YES NOW BACK AWAY But for some inexplicable reason Nora is in love with the creep For some inexplicable reason his appalling behavior is presented as alluring and seductive For some inexplicable reason he is presented as a dark and dangerous man of every girl's dream WHYYYYYYYYYYY????? Oh nevermind here's the answer Yes actually he had that effect on me He also had the tendency to wipe all logical thought from my mindMy brain couldn’t process one logical thought This may explain why we get pages and pages of this incoherent lovestruck bumbling masuerading as a book Mystery solved my job here is doneWhile I'm on the soapbox let me say this STALKING IS NOT SEXY STALKING IS NOT OKAY STALKING IS NOT LOVE VIOLATING PRIVACY IS NOT LOVE EITHER and should result in a restraining order You see our wonderful Nora thinks it's perfectly okay to learn about the mysterious new boy by breaking into the students' records office to look at the confidential file she does it by calling in a bomb threat which is a awful b promptly forgotten about and never followed up on and spying at him at work snooping for information from his coworkers I hate the message this book is sendingI hate punctuation abuse It's innocent so stop torturing it Please leave the faux dramatic pause ellipses in your fanfiction please Unless you're paid for each ellipsis used End the ellipses abuse What is up with the sloppy writing that assumes describing small insignificant and frankly boring details adds anything to the story? Why am I subjected to the endless details of what exactly the characters are ordering in a Mexican restaurant what the specials are and how long it takes a waitress to bring the order? Why should I care? Why do I need to know the details of the bra design that the girls are shopping for? How exactly does that enrich the story? Please stop the filler It's awfulHey what with not having the slightest trust in the readers' ability to figure things out? What's with the dropping of anvil sized hints every few pages? What happened to simple foreshadowing? Patch's identity the villain's identity Nora's identity we can figure it out without the author SCREAMING hints into our faces Really Trust meBut in the end despite the awfulness I cannot be upset at Nora mainly because I'm really worried about that girl's health Here's why My heart fumbled a beat My heartbeat turned erratic and I told myself to pull it togetherMy heart did an unexpected flip startled by his bizarrely attractive smile Nora you know what you need instead of a creepy boyfriend? A cardiology consult Your heart sounds unhealthy to me Terrible book with lackluster annoying characters ridiculous plot and bad writing but with overabundance of creepiness 1 star because that's the lowest rating I can give Reading it was a miserable experience 40 rating on Goodreads? Really? Sometimes I really wonder whether I'm reading the same book as everyone else

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read kindle ç Hush Hush Hardcover ✓ becca fitzpatrick ¹ [Ebook] ➡ Hush Hush Author Becca Fitzpatrick – Goproled.co.uk A SACRED OATHA FALLEN ANGELA FORBIDDEN LOVERomance was not part of Nora Grey's plan She's never been particularly attracted to the boys at her school no matter how hard her best frieAtch draws Nora to him against her better judgmentBut after a series of terrifying encounters Nora's not sure whom to trust Patch seems to be everywhere she is and seems to know about her than her closest friends She can't decide whether she should fall into his arms or run and hide And when s Let's see My reviewWhat I learned from this bookWell I learned that it was a lot of fun to write Enjoy the fall all