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Becca Fitzpatrick î 6 characters Free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Becca Fitzpatrick Silence AUTHOR Becca Fitzpatrick Free read õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Nora Grey can't remember the past five months of her life After the initial shock of waking up in a cemetery and being told that she has been missing for weeks with no one knowing where she was or who she was with she tried to get her life back on track Go to school hang ou. Hush Hush made me fall hard Crescendo has taken my breath away and I cannot wait till Tempest Becca Fitzpatrick is a true story teller and I don t want her to ever end Nora and Patches adventures

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Becca Fitzpatrick î 6 characters Free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Becca Fitzpatrick Silence AUTHOR Becca Fitzpatrick Free read õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Eeling that a part of her is missingThen Nora crosses paths with a sexy stranger whom she feels a mesmerizing connection to He seems to hold all the answersand her heart Every minute she spends with him grows and intense until she realizes she could be falling in love Again. Normally I don t write reviews for this series but something just had to be said Silence is probably the worst of the lot of them so far My gripes with this novel don t end at the protagonist it digs into the use of obvious plot devices the insensitive way mental illness was portrayed the disturbingly light way murder was handled and the awful writing style Here have a breakdownNora is an Annoying Horrible PersonThe first third of the book was dedicated to Nora not remembering anything from the past 5 months of her life She whines and moans constantly about this fact Now I understand the sense of loss trauma and depression that can come out from amnesia but Nora takes liberties to remind us every single chapter that she is sad because she can t remember anything and anyone who doesn t fall all over themselves to try to help her remember and do what she wants them to is a big meanie and she hates them There was a passage during one of these chapters that destroyed any sympathy I might have for her plight Nora wonders why her But she didn t leave it at that she wonders why her in all the billions of people in the world SHE had to be the one who got amnesia Where did I leave my tiny violinThis pattern of annoying selfish behavior from Nora is constant throughout the book and somehow amplified from the first two books She freuently becomes angry with people for little reason makes completely nonsensical decisions lies to people she supposedly cares about purposefully puts herself in danger then blames it on her amnesia and later on blames her poor life decisions on her biological father and she gets angry whenever someone disagrees with her It makes her wholly unsympathetic Then to add to her list of personality disorders she becomes completely psychotic from the middle of the book onwardNora s a PsychoNow I understand completely the feelings of anger toward someone who kidnapped you and from what I read may have temporarily deprived you of food for a couple of days But from the middle of the novel Nora actually wishes to murder her captor It was very disturbing to read about a sixteen year old girl plotting to murder another person and having absolutely no ualms about itSo even the craziest of crazies are written so that the reader can tell the character isn t uite right in the head and that going around murdering people isn t exactly the best way to solve your problems Fitzpatrick wrote Nora s lust to actually kill her captor like it was the sanest possible decision she could have madeAnyway in the end Nora does kill the guy after her and Patch plan to keep him around for eternity to torture Yes an eternity of torture That sounds wholesome right s And instead of being traumatized or at least feeling a little bad that she killed somebody she actually feels vindicated about itPatch is Still the Worst ThingPatch has always been creepy in these books In the first book he was sexually harassing Nora And somehow she fell in love with him anyway In the second book he ignored her completely and hurt her emotionally And she was still in love with him In this book HE REUESTS Nora s memory be wiped as far back as five months to protect her By the end of the book she still loves him I don t know if that sounds like an abusive relationship to anyone else or is it just meDespite finding out it was really Patch who took so many of her memories Nora forgives him within a few days And here I thought she was so upset about it considering it was all she talked about for over a hundred pagesOften during the book the only thing that seems to keep Nora from dumping Patch s sorry ass is the fact that he s repeatedly described as hot In fact every time Nora goes to touch him we get a description of his toned insert body part here It was incredibly nauseating and even after three books two covers with Patch on them and a graphic novel coming out I still have absolutely no idea what Patch is supposed to look like and I don t give a damnThe Writing Never Got BetterI tried to understand the sloppy plot devices in Hush Hush because it was Fitzpatrick s first novel But the writing never seemed to get any better between the three books The style is still generic often repetitious and Fitzpatrick seems to be in love with plot devices because Silence is loaded with them YA readers deserve better than thisLet me talk about devilcraft because it will be mentioned about a hundred times in the novel as this vague magic thing that came from hell Basically devilcraft is capable of being used to do anything from erasing memories to capturing archangels to making a grilled cheese sandwich If there was anything in the plot that needed to make sense but Fitzpatrick didn t introduce it in the first two books it was always explained as this vague Devilcraft thing It wasn t even hard to pick out as a plot device because it used every damn place the author didn t have an easy way to explain why someone could do something whereas someone else could notWhile we re still talking about plot devices I hope you like the sound of mind tricked because it s used even than devilcraft Basically in moments when the author can t shoehorn devilcraft to explain something she ll use mind tricked Why do strangers refuse to help Nora when she s clearly in trouble and begs them to They were mind tricked Why is Nora s mother even useless than normal She s mind tricked Why do I always lose a sock on laundry day I was mind tricked Why does this sound like some cheap plot device ripped from Star Wars Probably some kind of devilcraft or mind trickAt the end of the book it is revealed that Nora becomes a full on Nephilim She bemoans this at first because she thinks Patch will hate her now that she s not a human and Nephilim are the enemies of the Fallen Angels I found it ridiculous that the only person Nora seems to be concerned about is Patch She s only known him for five six months and instead of thinking about how her mother or her best friend will react she goes off sobbing about how her deeply disturbed boyfriend might not like her any With all of this stupidity do I even need to talk about the sloppy writing style and prose Here are a few lines you better get used to because you ll see them plentyHisHer eyes cut to minepersonobjectHis eyes contained a verb edgeSecondary Characters A Mixed Bag of AwfulThere s really nothing I can say about Nora s mother being a horrible mother She s dating a guy that Nora hates Instead of having a bit of sensitivity for her daughter she goes ahead and does whatever she wants pushing forward with her love life and seemingly ignoring Nora s needs Good mothering job BlytheMarcie Millar is made out to be a bitch in the previous books At least that s what the author wants us to think Only in this book she managed to make Marcie out as the most sympathetic character Here s a teenaged girl whose parents just divorced found out her father doesn t love her and that her entire life has been secondary to some idiot girl with a creepy boyfriend Between Marcie and Nora it was Marcie who chose to comfort her mother after a divorce Contrast this with Nora who acted like a huge ass to her mother lies to her mother and at the end of the book leaves her drugged mother at her best friend s house to go sleep over at Patch s place Priorities amirightDespite Vee Sky being obnoxious in the previous two books she came off significantly better in this one For two reasons 1 Vee called out Patch s name She said what we were all thinking which was essentially isn t Patch a dog s name 2 She calls out Nora s insane illogical lust for Patch She straight up tells Nora that she only sees the 1% of good in Patch and is blind to the 99% of psychopath in him It s too bad Vee wasn t saying all this from the beginningSpeaking of strangely sympathetic characters Dabria makes another appearance in this novel Nora s reaction to her is so outlandishly hostile that every time Nora felt jealous I got annoyed As a result I felt really bad for Dabria because the woman wanted to help Patch and willingly did so Then there s this crazy girl complaining constantly about how jealous she is The funniest part was that Dabria tried to kill Nora in Book 1 but that gets mentioned once or twice by Nora compared to the fact that Dabria and Patch used to be a thing I always knew Nora had messed up priorities but COME ONScott Parnell makes another appearance though his return itself is a plot device Basically he shows up gives Nora an infodump then lives in a cave I wish I was kidding about the cave thingI m Shutting Up NowSo I think I ve made this long enough In the end Silence was much worse than Hush Hush and Crescendo combined Nothing happens for the first part of the book unless your idea of delightful Sunday reading involves going over the musings of an underdeveloped character Then Nora falls into Patch s life again and she goes from annoying to psychotic I can t think of a single redeeming thing in this entire novel

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Becca Fitzpatrick î 6 characters Free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB î Becca Fitzpatrick Silence AUTHOR Becca Fitzpatrick Free read õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB T with her best friend Vee and dodge mom's creepy new boyfriendBut there is this voice in the back of her head an idea that she can almost reach out and touch Visions of angel wings and unearthly creatures that have nothing to do with the life she knowsAnd this unshakable f. 55 starsThere are basically no spoilers here just some mentions and explanations of what I felt about the characters in the book so I don t count this review as a review that contains spoilers but I ll just let you decide whether or not to read itThis book is the best in the series at least so far At the beginning of the book I was skeptical Nora lost her memory and as a result she forgot Patch and everything she went through in the first and second book I thought this book would be boring plotless But I was wrong Precisely because Nora s memory was lost she fought for where she would find all the answers to the uestion Why did I lose my memory The Nora we met here the Nora who was before Patch came into her life was an interesting Nora I remember that at the beginning of the book she was like that which by the way is what I like about Fitzpatrick s writing but I ll get into it later but once she met Patch she was attacked by the molecular structure of love and became kind of weak Well not exactly weak but her character has softened In this book I love this Nora A little sassy sticking to a target a little fighterShe met Patch later in the book and I liked the fact that she reacted to him a little differently than she did in the first book True she s naturally attracted to him so she crashed on him both times but I like the fact that life s timing is indicative of the way you see and take all kinds of things or people in this caseNora was able to learn everything she knew in the past only this time it was intense She held on and it made me love her even in this bookNow let s talk about Fitzpatrick s writing I really like the way she sticks to the story Whether it s the way she explains the places in the original way and doesn t change things so there are no annoying holes in the story where you say to yourself What the hell In the first book she said A and the second book she said B or in the way she talks about facts or some descriptions It doesn t confuse the plot so you feel that you are the main POV and you are sucked into this world and don t get the feeling when you realize that the descriptions are a bit changed and because of that you come out of the perspective of hey I am Nora to the perspective of I was Nora but now I just feel like I m reading this book and that s all But maybe it s just meAbout Patch in the first book I was in a love hate relationship with him He acted in a mysterious way which could be uite attractive but with him it was exaggerated But I can understand it He doesn t trust anyone he s an introvert he s an outsider he doesn t like to tell others about his personal life I get it So I gave him a chance I still could see how he fell in love with Nora and it was a little distant but noticeable In the second book I hated him I really hated him I even posted a status about it here on the site He acted like a dick and hurt Nora every time In the end I realized that he did it for uite a good reason but I really think he could just give her some explanations at least to the simple things And in the third book God he was amazing He finally gave Nora everything He treated her perfectly he showed her love concern He even introduced Nora in front of his ex just to show off their relationship And it really helped Nora because I suppose if you read the first and second book you would know that her confidence was very low She doubts herself and therefore reaches the position where she s hurt In this book you can see that Nora did feel lovedThere was even one time or two maybe she thought he wouldn t stay but he stayed no matter whatAnd if you ask me what I felt about Scott then I wholeheartedly say that I really love him I ve noticed that some people who read the book hated him at first I don t know if it s because I didn t believe the acts he showed but I liked him from the beginning Maybe because he kind of reminds me of myself and I feel a little close to him IdkAnd that s all I think