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Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
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Mar 31, 2012

did not like it
bookshelves: angst-oh-the-drama, everyone-loves-this-but-me, ew, hell-to-the-no
Read from June 02 to 08, 2010

Having read this book again, I changed my mind. The relationship between Patch and Nora is totally healthy. Women should go for a man who stalks her and they in turn should stalk him and chase after him even if he chases them with a knife.
Vee was totally right to try to push Nora into the arms of Patch as a man who is trying to kill you is the sort of man you need to have! A manly man!
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message 1: by Christine (new)

Christine Sounds like you need chocolate. Lots of chocolate. :=)

I've had moments like this as well when I read particularly bad books.


Spider the Doof Warrior Mmm! Chocolate! What a splendid idea. There's nothing chocolate can't cure. Even annoying books.
I shall have to make a mega milk whip tonight, I think.


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drowningmermaid I feel your pain.

What sorts of things do you write?


Spider the Doof Warrior All sorts of fiction, I'm working on some fantasy novels set in the real world and fantasy set in a fantasy world. Also a couple of realistic stories.
Been working on them for YEARS trying to get them to be less...
dippy.


drowningmermaid Dippy seems to rule the market... but I hardly think that's a standard to aspire to. I don't think that one can really sit down and Try to write the stupidest thing imaginable.

But if you ever want feedback, I'll show you mine if you show me yours... I've got a novella coming out soon, if that gives any weight to my critiquing skills...


message 7: by Miriam (new)

Miriam Women should go for a man who stalks her and they in turn should stalk him and chase after him even if he chases them with a knife.

I like when violent, stalkerish types find one another; keeps them out of the dating pool (i.e away from the rest of us). And with any luck they may kill each other before reproducing.


Rachel Orth Did you read the book?


Spider the Doof Warrior I could not finish it because I was screaming at it in public and society frowns on that.


drowningmermaid Synesthesia wrote: "I could not finish it because I was screaming at it in public and society frowns on that."

I had to stop, too. I listened to it on audio while driving. Society frowns on driving while incapacitated by blind rage and nausea.

Also, I had just puked my way through Fallen, so...


Spider the Doof Warrior Yes, I couldn't finish that one either. What a terrible year for YA THAT was. I could hardly find one good book that year that was YA. They all made me growl in frustration.

Though I want serpent bling.


drowningmermaid Synesthesia wrote: "Yes, I couldn't finish that one either. What a terrible year for YA THAT was. I could hardly find one good book that year that was YA. They all made me growl in frustration.

Though I want serpent ..."


Yeah, gawd it was like all the major publishing houses said "VAMPIRES!... I mean, er, um, ANGELS! We'll just cross out the "Edward Cullen"s in the manuscripts we get and viola!" These were so bad they actually made parts of the Twilight Milkcow Saga look good. And well-researched. Oy.


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