How could I not love this book? I ate this book up. I couldn't stop reading it, at school, in the car, at home... It took me one day. It was a captivaHow could I not love this book? I ate this book up. I couldn't stop reading it, at school, in the car, at home... It took me one day. It was a captivating story and I needed to know the ending badly! Maybe it's cause I'm a fan of Bad Boys that have secrets, but I loved this story. *Spoiler* Okay, when I first starting reading it, I thought it was another book about a fallen angel. I didn't think it was a story about a half demon boy. I liked it better when he had the demon in him (again it's just my opinion). Also, I know Under was suppose to be scary (And it was) I still had the urge to want to see all the things she described.
Basically, this story was awesome and I loved it....more
**spoiler alert** Okayyy.... I don't really know what to think about this book. I waited about a year of this to come out, and maybe I got my hopes up**spoiler alert** Okayyy.... I don't really know what to think about this book. I waited about a year of this to come out, and maybe I got my hopes up way tooooo high. It seemed not as great as the first two books, but that's my opinion. First off, I didn't really know that Nora was going to forget the whole 5 months since she met Patch until I read the inside of the cover. I'm not a fan of that because it annoys me when the main character forgets everything that we already learned in the first book and has to relearn almost EVERYTHING. Even the whole part where she didn't know Jev was Patch was agonizing. I wanted her to realize it already! I read and read waiting for the moment for things to CLICK into place. Oh, and I never realized that Patch and Nora have only been together for 5 months. That started to seem small compared to the love they have, but hey, it could happen? Finally Patch decided to shed light on the past for Nora, and I was excited for the real action to happen. My mind shouted, "Nora knows now! They can pick up where they last left off, solving their problems and trying to defeat everyone." I concluded the book was about to get better and that the whole story was going to get interesting! Only it didn't. Nora was sent back to her place (where Hank Miller was living and staying with her Mom) and to act as if she was still at a lost of memory. And that lasted for a while, her going on with life even after the truth came out. Patch appearing after a while, and even Scott appearing after a while. This went on... and on... and on... More info... More mystery's... More Nora wondering who the hell Dabria was and if she was a threat to her and Patch's relationship. All the way to the end, things felt repeated... And then.... I finally thought things were happening when Dabria came over to Patch's place and started talking. Me: Yay! So.... Patch told Nora to stay at his place because he loves her and wouldn't want her to get hurt... nice... I already knew Nora wouldn't listen, no one ever listens when they're told to stay put. Scott called, Nora came, they got captured, Nora was threatened by Hank, she became a Nephil... yada yada yada... then he just let's her go... Okay... so she leaves her mom and Marcie at Vee's to watch... alright... She goes to Patch to break the news... and surprise surpise... he doesn't care that she's a Nephil and he already has everything ready, complete and done. Nora goes to Hank, decides she doesn't want to kill him after all, and then kisses Patch right infront of him, without ever thinking that maybe she should've thought about how Hank has Patch's feather? I mean, that should have been the top worry in her head since he told her he had it. Duh... if he burns it... whoosh. Love of her life would be gone. And she kisses Patch infront of him. Isn't that a bit awkward? She ends up killing Hank anyways. Then in the end Scott shows up with two mysterious new guys, they bring up mutiple questions, and then they leave with more questions unanswered. Is this the last book? Anyways, all in all, I gave this book four stars: 1. I waited a year and it would seem a waste not to give it one star after all that time. 2. Patch is Patch, he's still one of the reasons I love this book. Even though he didn't seem as great at he was in the last two books, I still gave him a star. 3. There were some interesting parts that I liked alot, parts that I got excited. One star for that. 4. And finally the fourth and last star for the whole series. One star for Hush Hush, Crescendo, and Silence telling me a fascinating story about Love, Fallen Angels, Nephilum, and Mystery. I enjoyed it all alot. Patch and Nora's story was amazing.
Oh wait, I just found out there's a fourth book, I guess I will get all my questions answered This is a surprise......more
**spoiler alert** Being the third book in the series, it was worth the wait. Starting off where "Torment" (second book) left off, Luce travels through**spoiler alert** Being the third book in the series, it was worth the wait. Starting off where "Torment" (second book) left off, Luce travels through Announcers to different time periods to try to find out how the curse between her and Daniel started, and how, if she can, does she stop it. While she does this, Daniel is also traveling through Announcers, looking for her, trying to catch her, but always late just by a few minutes, or even seconds. While Luce goes through time, she recieves alittle help from Bill. Luce meets different versions of herself, and she starts to wonder whether what her and Daniel have is really love, or is it just a curse that binds them? I loved this book, and as usual the covers are really great! I can't wait for the next book :)...more
The final book in the 'Shiver' series. I don't have much to say about it, I thought it was good. When I started out this series with SHIVER, I immediaThe final book in the 'Shiver' series. I don't have much to say about it, I thought it was good. When I started out this series with SHIVER, I immediately fell inlove with Sam. I'm like that, I fall inlove with guys in books. Not all the time, but with Sam in this book, yes, he was on my list of perfect book guys. That was in SHIVER. Then in LINGER, a new character was introduced: Cole. At first I wasn't very found of this guy, but at the end of the second book, I wasn't very annoyed by him either. Finally FOREVER. In this third novel, well I changed my mind and decided that Cole was the better guy, but that's just my opinion. Cole and Isabelle's relationship seemed more interesting than Sam and Grace's for me. I don't know why, but it just was. I wouldn't say that this is the best book out of the series. I think that SHIVER will always be the best out of the three. I did enjoy this book, although some questions I felt were left unanswered. Oh, and I wanted to know what the hell was wrong with Shelby? All in all, I give this book a 4.5 stars. It's good, but something was missing, but I can't quite say what was... Loved the series! ...more