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I have read some of the reviews on here and it seems to me that a lot of ladies that have read it give Nora a hard time. Well I disagree! Does she act like a hurt, confused child.
Why yes she does cause LOL she is in high school for gods sakes. Her father was murdered. Her moms never around. Nephilim have tried to kill her. She meets this mysterious boy that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She meets this mysterious boy that pursues her in the beginning last book they end up together she falls in love.
Her best friend lets face it not really that great. And then she tells patch she loves him and he takes off. Marcie , and patch being secretive and shady wont tell her anything and she over-reacts yes.
She breaks up with him because she is HURT.
I give you Patch did say "I'm supposed to just swallow your decision and walk out? Plus Marcie is throwing it in Nora's face every chance she gets. Nora tries to be spiteful and use Scott to make Patch jealous, it doesn't really seem to work until more towards the end anyway. But come on ladies, those of you that have fallen in love completely with a guy and then he breaks your heart. Regardless if he meant to or not. Its suffocating And poor Nora has to stand by and watch the guy she loves move on with the one person she hates most in the world.
To me it seems like he doesn't even care. She can't talk to her BFF because 1. Vee doesn't know anything about the Nephilim or Fallen Angels so she can't talk to her about it. Vee is dating Rixon, Patch's best friend so she isn't around all the time. He is too busy with Marcie. Now I will give you, when the fight broke out in the pool hall Patch did get Nora out first, and when Nora was in a fight at the battle of the bands, it was her that patch got out first.
Then too, but he also went back in for marcie, and after the battle of the bands he took marcie home. Later that night he goes into Nora's dream, and they start making out. But Nora touches his back and sees he's memories of earlier that night of Patch taking Marcie home. Marcie flirting, him not really flirting back. She throws him out. She rips his necklace off her neck and gives it back to him.
She asks for her ring back but he refuses to give her ring back to her. The night of Marcie's party. Patch helps her when she gets stuck on the roof, because she was snooping in Marcie's bedroom. He asks to drive her home and have take out with him. He tells her telepathically that he'd go rouge for her if she asked him to, so that they could have some time together because he's tired of 'living halfway'.
She wants to but she loves him so much she can't deal with the fact she would be the reason he would go to hell. She rejects his offer and she walks away crying. Now I choose to believe that deep down Patch truly loves her since the beginning and never stopped. Since he was assigned to Marcie; He was pretending to move on. Throughout the whole book.
It has this sad feeling behind it. Nora seems heartbroken and feels alone and abandoned. It was hard for me to get through. I was anxiously waiting for "the third act twist, the unexpected declaration of love". I must say that the ending leaves you hanging which is good because now you have to get the next book to see what happens. I feel a lot better about the book once I reached the end of it then i did for most of the book. I have the feeling that this book will be my least favorite in the series.
But I'm sticking with it and I'm starting "Silence" today. Patch sigue siendo un amor. Lo amo. Scott ni me va ni me viene Hay cosas demasiado similares. Pero se me hizo un libro muuuuy largo, el cual perfectamente se pudo haber acortado o suprimido.
Let me start off by saying that I loved Hush, Hush. Like I couldn't even believe how much I enjoyed it, because it isn't the typical kind of book that I fall in love with.
I was definitely hooked by the end, so I had to read the second. But Crescendo? Well, I was not quite as big a fan. The main reason that Crescendo was sort of really difficult to get through was because I didn't like the characters nearly as much as I had in the first book-- especially Patch. Also, I didn't think that the plot was paced well at all. By the end, I was left more confused as to what was going on than I was at the beginning! Crescendo basically picks up where Hush, Hush left off.
Around this time, Nora also realizes that someone is possibly trying to kill her, but she's not sure who. Soon she has no idea whom she can and can't trust anymore, while the story behind her dad's death comes back to haunt her. As I said, I really couldn't stand any of the characters in this book-- and Patch was at the top of my poop list. First, he starts hanging around with Marcie, completely ignoring Nora and treating her like she's five years old. I mean granted, half the time she does act like she's five years old, but still!
He remains cold and aloof, keeping her in the dark about pretty much everything and acting like an ass the rest of the time for no apparent reason-- jeez, no wonder the girl was going crazy running around in circles for pages! But then Nora also drove me insane-- it's like she was destined to do everything in the very dumbest way possible. Like, give her the pick of what to do next, and guaranteed she picked the very worst option every freaking time.
This got to be extremely annoying. Then, enter the new character, Scott Parnell. I wasn't much a fan of Scott either, as he was kind of a jerk and definitely a creeper. By the end of the book we do have some important information revealed about Scott, which sort of redeems him, but he still wasn't a very likable character in my opinion. Which is too bad, because with all the annoying behavior coming from Patch and Nora, it would have been refreshing to have a likable new character enter the scene.
And man oh man, then there was the ending. I mean, really?? Here are just a few things that I couldn't stand about the ending, without giving too much away: Now, both of them are out in public in the middle of an amusement park. Nora is screaming for someone to help her. And no one does anything! Like, the whole time they're arguing and Nora is telling him repeatedly to leave her alone, and she's crying out for help and NO ONE moves. Somebody actually laughs. The girl is being physically assaulted!!
And no one does anything?? I'm sorry, but this is so freaking unrealistic. In real life somebody would have come to her rescue! I'm sorry, but you can't conveniently leave a big plot hole like that just to move on to the next part of the story and expect me to overlook it or forget about it.
In like, 2 pages, we get a blow-by-blow that gives you a freaking headache by the time it's done. I HATE when books end like this-- it's so cheesy and not at all believable, not to mention it makes my brain feel like it's about to explode from the information overload.
Also, the villain ceases to be remotely scary or intimidating when he's sitting there explaining in excessive detail all his genius plans-- especially when his success or failure hinges on bumping off the main character as soon as possible! He's not going to spend 20 minutes explaining how he did everything! I was royally confused. I still don't completely understand the connection between the Archangels, the Fallen Angels and the Nephilim, or who is good or bad, or what exactly happened between Nora's dad and Hank Millar, or what the heck was going on between Patch and Marcie WHY didn't Nora read the dang diary?!
The plot holes and loose ends had me positively reeling. A freaking cliff-hanger. Thank you, Becca. Thank you oh so much. Why people? Just why??
So anyways, overall I guess you could say I didn't like this sequel nearly as much as I liked Hush, Hush. The reason that I ended up giving it three stars instead of less is because overall I still like the story-- if Cresendo was a stand alone book however, it would not have gotten such a generous rating. I am still planning on reading Silence , since I've heard from other readers that the third book is much better than the second.
I really want to see this series get better. And even though Crescendo was pretty much a flop for me, I still feel invested enough in the story at this point to continue with it. My fingers are crossed! Lea LC's Adventures in Libraryland View all 6 comments. This was an emotional roller coaster. Sorry for the 3 stars, but when I was 16 I read a lot of books that looked like this and the problem is that I hate how annoying this girl is.
BUT no hate! I like the storyline and the way the boys are discribed. They are smoking hot hehe. And the story is full of surprises I love it: First Read: Crescendo was a lovely surprise. One moment I was shouting at the book, the next moment I wanted to hide under the covers and call my mommy. So many emotions in one book, I was more than satisfied of the outcome.
Fi First Read: The beginning of the book jumped right back in to where Hush, Hush left off: Patch and Nora being a happy couple. I was devastated and not too happy about the idea at first, but in the end, I am so glad Becca Fitzpatrick did this because it made the plot times better. Not-so-significant characters from Hush, Hush are now main characters in Crescendo, and I loved how they were brought into the story.
Becca Fitzpatrick forced me to have my heart beating so loudly I swear it can be heard a mile away!
The events where so mind-blogging, it surely reminded me of the mysteries similar to Pretty Little Liars. I can honestly say that it might not be the best idea to read this at night. The characters! Scott Parnell, introduced in Crescendo was annoying at first which Becca Fitzpatrick intended him to be , but towards the end, I learned to love him, after certain sacrifices he makes. Oh my, the mean girl. I actually loved this character, she is so snotty and rude, it makes her lovable, in a way.
She is still the bubbly, optimistic person that she was in Hush, Hush. A truly loyal friend. The writing was outrageously amazing.
In every page, Becca took my breath away and left my craving for more. There is just something about the way she writes that draws me in. Like I said before, despite the darker atmosphere in this book, I clearly am in love with this book. I can honestly say it was better than Hush, Hush. I know I can not wait any longer for Silence.
View all 4 comments. Warning, I'm too tired to write an amazing review right now. But I don't have a whole lot to say anyway so … meh. I enjoyed Crescendo but not quite as much as Hush, Hush. The problem was, I think it got overcomplicated.
I'm not going to spoil anything, just going to say that there were some kinda bizarre plot twists. You know I really liked Patch in the first book. But in this one, I found him annoyi Warning, I'm too tired to write an amazing review right now. But in this one, I found him annoying. And Nora was being annoying too. I dunno Everyone was being annoying!
And I could give my whole paranormal-romance rant like I always do, but I won't. Just kidding, I will. I can't resist.
Look, I know Patch isn't out to kill Nora Like, if you're supposedly in love with someone, why would you always have suspicions about him trying to kill you? Whether those suspicions are justified or not, it doesn't seem like a healthy relationship. Nevertheless, I liked it. It was suspenseful and kept me reading. Maybe it would have worked better if the first book had been a stand-alone Like really, why does everything have to be a series nowadays?
I say retelling, meaning, this is a spin off of the Twilight Saga's New Moon. Boy and girl hopelessly fall for one another.
Boy leaves or in this case goes after someone else while acting shady as fuck with no explanation, just, Girl is all like, "what the fuck dude? I thought we were vibe-ing. Actually, funny thing, in both series the clothes don't come off til the books 4. Happy reading! View all 7 comments. Este libro nunca fue mi favorito y definitivamente esto sigue igual. Siento que casi hasta la mitad la historia se mantiene constante y no descubrimos nada nuevo.
Nunca deja de sorprenderte y eso te mantiene expectante. Y como no mencionar ESE final, Dios! Claramente te deja con un clip hunger enorme y necesitas correr a leer el 3ero. This whole time I was reading, I was only kind of interested.
It's a great quick cute book if you don't feel like paying much attention to finer details. It could be thought of as a transfer books from one book hangover to the next. This book started where the other left off: I'm only slightly kidding. So I was preparing myself for a romance that was kind of over looked in the first book which I was not happy about bc I mean have you seen Patch????
Yeah that didn't happen. Within the first five chapters, things go south and Nora and Patch ultimately break up. Anyway, because of that this book was filled with jealousy, snooping, and Nora whining about Patch every three pages. And when she did see him, all she wanted to do was make out with him, even though a few second earlier she said how much she hated him. It made the story line very confusing [image error] Plus the whole Black Hand thing.
I still don't understand what that was all about. And sadly, even though that was the case, I was still able to predict the plot twist at the end view spoiler [ the one with Rixon trying to kill her hide spoiler ]. Well at least one of them. The second one happened on the very last page of the book and well, now I really want to next one. This book all in all was enjoyable as a light read, but the main character too annoying to give it a rating any higher.
Wow sorry this review is a rambling mess. You know, this book could've been better Where do I start? I loved the first book so I decided to download the second book at HPB for three dollars. I was so excited, right?
Well that was before I opened the book and discovered this was almost the same as the first book with a few exceptions. She gets upset at him and tells Patch she wa You know, this book could've been better She gets upset at him and tells Patch she wants him out of his life. Then she gets into some danger and here comes Patch saving her scrawny butt.
If I were Patch, I wouldn't keep saving her. She needs to learn a lesson and stop running into danger.
But he's her guardian angel Half of the book was Nora being hard-headed and not listening to anyone. The other half was Patch saving her one, too many times. Nora is one of the stupidest characters ever, always endangering her life.
Speaking of characters Lets talk about them. Pretty sure I explained her in the paragraph above. I know where Nora gets get her stupid genes from. Blythe is also one of the stupidest characters. She always out, leaving Nora home alone Even after her husband was murdered and even after someone set their house on fire. Not to mention, people are always breaking into the house. It's so unbelievable. You think she would at least look into her daughter's best interest and move away or something.
But no Or should I mention view spoiler [having an affair hide spoiler ]. I could go on and on about her but that would take forever. I don't really have a problem with her. She's just annoying. It's actually really sad that Nora doesn't have any other friends besides Vee. Nothing wrong with him either, it's just he's dangerous and unpredictable. I sorta like Patch now. He's had some development since the last book. He's not as rude anymore. I just don't like how he's always saving Nora's life.
After she let him go, he should've just left. Visit her at Becca Fitzpatrick. Book: 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 they are fated to be enemies, but there is no turning her back on him. Now Nora and Patch must gather their strength to face one last, perilous trial.
Old enemies return, new enemies are made and a friend's ultimate betrayal threatens the peace Patch and Nora so desperately want. The battle lines are drawn but which sides are they on?
And in the end, are there some obstacles even love can't conquer? Find out in Finale. Author: Elizabeth Miles lives in Portland, Maine, and writes for an alternative newsweekly.