Author: Becca Fitzpatrick
Series: Hush, Hush
Release Date: Oct. 4, 2011
Plot: So the summary really says nothing about what it is about. Nora and Patch have yet another enemy and another problem to worry about. Starting off where the other one left off, you find that Nora was kidnapped. But here's the twist: you are dropped into the book with Nora, who is free, but has no memory at all of the last five months. Meaning anything from meeting Patch and on is just gone. Silence takes you through twists and turns that would be hard to figure out even if she did have her memory.
Character(s): Nora: Alright, to be honest, she bugged me to death in this last one. I understand: she's gone through kidnapping, losing her memory, her mom dating again, and way more. But she is always whining and complaining about how unfair life is and everything. Granted, I would probably do the same exact thing, but still.
Cover: I like the cover, though there's nothing special about it. I think it fits the story perfectly and the picture is nice, but nothing really jumps out at me.
Closing Thoughts: I like this book and it was a fun read, but it really wasn't anything special. I'm definitely going to continue this series and it's most definitely worth reading, but it didn't make my top list. I'm giving it a two but don't think of it as a book not worth reading. I liked it and I think anyone should read this, especially to finish the series. Just don't expect anything too special or dazzling.