Fitzpatrick delivers the breathtaking conclusion to the "New York Times"-bestselling Hush, Hush saga. Armed with nothing but their absolute faith in each other, Patch and Nora enter a desperate fight to stop a villain who holds the power to shatter everything they've worked for--and their love--forever.
I am SO glad this isn't the last book in the Hush, Hush series!! With each book, the series gets better and better and I love it even more. Silence has so many things that happen, I couldn't put this book down! When the story begins in Silence, Nora has absolutely no memory of anything that has happened in the last 5 months. She doesn't even remember Patch!! Since it took me so long to read Silence, sometimes I felt like I forgot a lot of stuff right along with her. She also annoyed me a lot less, since in the first too books, she was such a whiny, stupid brat, I couldn't stand her, so I read for Pacth, haha.
Even though Nora has no memory of Patch, they randomly run into each other here and there. Kinda seems like fate is trying to say something, if you ask me. Nora without Patch and vice versa is like a smarty without the shell. I was soo happy when they started being Patch and Nora again, and stopped calling him Jev.
I wish there had been more of Vee, but I can see why she wasn't in it much. There was just too much that she couldn't be involved in. Hank is also back in this book, and I wanted to wring his ugly little neck. I am SO glad of the outcome of him! I was hoping the whole book somebody would finally off him, and I'm glad they did. He deserves to rot in hell! I think I liked Patch more in this one than the others, he doesn't act like a jerk or anything.