Fates unfurl in the gripping conclusion to the New York Times best-selling Hush, Hush saga.
Nora is more certain than ever that she is in love with Patch. Fallen Angel or no, he is the one for her. Her heritage and destiny may mean that they will always be enemies, but there is no turning her back on him. And yet their biggest challenge lies ahead. Can their love survive a seemingly insurmountable divide? The lines are drawn, but it's unclear which sides have been taken. And in the end, will there be enough trust left to rebuild what has been broken?
©2012 Becca Fitzpatrick (P)2012 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
This was a cute paranormal series that was more keen on mystery more so then romance. It was very PG on the romance but the mystery factor kept everything interesting. This paranormal series are about battling races of Angels on earth. Fallen Angels from heaven are curse not to feel physical sensation on Earth, the only way Fallen Angels can have human sensation is to posses a race of fallen angel / human hybrid called the Nephilim. The Nephilim posses human sensation along with immortality and fallen angel strength. Fallen Angels seek out Nephilim when they turn 16 years old to make them swear an oath of fealty to the Angel so that 2 weeks out of the year the fallen angel can posses the Nephilim like a parasite and gain human sensation. Nora Grey didn't have much invested in the war until she procured a fallen angel boyfriend Patch and was made a pure blood Nephilim by her biological father that was the leader of the Nephilim army that Nora inherited upon his death. What is Nora to do?
very fun listening and credit worthy
I am a big fan of this series and could not wait for the final book. While the story nicely wraps up the journey that Patch and Nora have traveled throughout the series, I was somewhat disappointed by the 2nd half of this book. I think that performance by the narrator may be to blame for that though.
Gates of Paradise by Melissa De La Cruz also is the final book in a series that follows 2 characters that overcome an sacrifice a lot for love.
I will not purchase any other books narrated by Carlin Greer! She seems more concerned about proper pronunciation of the words than about what emotion is required to compel listeners to follow along. There are parts in the story where she makes Nora sound happy when facing situations that fans of this series will know are heartbreaking.
I am an avid reader. I've read over 100 books in the last year and have really enjoyed almost all of the 20+ audio books that I have purchased . With that said, it took me almost 3 months to listen to this entire audio book because every time I would play it, I found myself wishing I would have just gotten the ebook instead of wasting the money on the audio version !
The story wasn't good.
Less whining voice
The repetition in Nora's thought sequences was annoying. Why say something 20 times when just a couple of times will accentuate the idea?
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