Review: Silence (#3) by Becca Fitzpatrick


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The noise between Patch and Nora has gone. They’ve overcome the secrets riddled in Patch’s dark past, bridged two irreconcilable worlds and faced heart-wrenching tests of betrayal, loyalty and trust… and all for a love that will transcend the boundary between heaven and earth.
Armed with nothing but their absolute faith in one another, Patch and Nora enter a desperate fight to stop a villain who holds the power to shatter everything they’ve worked for – and their love – forever.

I finally got to a point where I enjoyed this book more than the previous one in the series. I think this is definitely partly due to reading the physical version rather than the audiobook. I honestly couldn’t put it down, and that was exactly what I was hoping from the physical book. This book took a twist with Nora not being able to remember anything from the past 5 months of her life – the entire first two books. At first, this felt a bit like an excuse to write another book, just erase her memory! But I delved into the book and began to enjoy it a lot. This is definitely a guilty pleasure series!

I’ve got to be honest, I’ve dived straight into the last book and I’m already nearly halfway through, so I am struggling to separate the events of the books as I’ve been reading them so quickly. I also read around 220 pages of this book in one sitting, as I really couldn’t put it down!

I missed you, Angel.

Nora continues to be her usual feisty self, fighting for the memories she has lost and to fill the hole she now has. She is a real fighter, very sassy and will stop at nothing to get her way. Nora has also forgotten her relationship with Patch, and rediscovers him in this book through fresh eyes. This definitely gave their relationship a new level and she feels more mature than in the first few books. Their relationship was a big problem for me in the second book, and I’m glad I could finally feel a bit different towards them in this one!

I honestly am struggling to remember the plot, because I sped through it so quickly, but it must have been good because I just couldn’t put it down. Becca’s writing may not be the most sophisticated, but can also be quite addictive!

Not one day went by that I didn’t feel you missing from my life.

I don’t know how much of this was about reading the physical version, but I am finally beginning to see what people like and enjoy about reading this series. It can be a bit trashy, but I am really liking reading them and I’m definitely getting a little addicted to the story.

3.5 out of 5 stars


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3 thoughts on “Review: Silence (#3) by Becca Fitzpatrick

  1. Lilly's Book World

    I read this series a while ago and I remember loving it too. It was before I started reviewing books, so i may give it another shot, just to see where it would stand in terms of rating. Great point about it being a guilty pleasure 👍 Happy New Year !

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