Silence (Hush, Hush, #3) - Becca Fitzpatrick
No, no, no. I can't believe you can milk a stupid character like Nora to such an extent, that you write four books out of it! Four books, people, that's a lot of pages of crap, crap, crap. Lemme tell you this. Nora is a moron, not even sure that this is a strong enough word. Like I've previously said, this girl should have been killed back in Crescendo.

'In my mind, I smacked my head against a wall'. Well, Nora, in my mind I also smacked your head against a wall. And I also did it repetitively...

But I want to point out one of the greatest issues of Silence--the first-time-Nora-and-Patch-meet-from-his-point-of-view shit. Now, how do I put this mildly? Becca, dear Becca, you failed very very hard. You did not tell a story from Patch's point of view--quickly bitch slap that thought out of your mind! All you did is that you magically transformed him into Nora--a mind numbing and ridiculously stupid character (next one, please). I am now officially sorry for noticing that...bonus. And what bugs me the most is that...this final and utterly tormented part of Silence (which I kinda shoulda be thankful for, right?) feels like it wants to grow legs and run far, far away to a land where poorly written books can get therapy!

So, there is only one book left now, and since I've proven myself to be masochistic, I'll read it. Then, all I'll be left with is hoping for somebody to erase my memory....