Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
Simon & Schuster | 2009 | 391 p.
Found on the YA shelves at YA FITZPATRICK
Plot Summary : Nora grey is an average girl. She goes to school, studies hard, gets good grades and occasionally hangs out with her best friend, Vee.
Nora and Vee have sat together in biology class the whole year and then one day her teacher decides to mix up the seating plan and Nora is now paired with the mysterious new kid, Patch.
After her father’s murder, all Nora wants is for things to go back to how they were before but Nora soon learns that Patch has his own secrets, and Nora is determined to uncover them.
Through snooping around Nora lands herself deep within something that is too much for any one person to comprehend. After Nora starts seeing things that aren’t really there she realizes she might be in a little too over her head and she has to rely on the mysterious Patch to help her.
If there’s one thing she will learn from all this it’s that not everything is always as it seems.
Hush Hush is the first instalment of the Hush Hush saga.
Review : Hush Hush is a fantastic book filled with page-turning suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Such a good read, I finished it in one sitting.
Unfortunately there is not too much I can say about the book without giving spoilers, but you’ll just have to trust me when I say “READ IT”.
Reviewed by : Rebecca (no relation to the author!)