Finale (Hush, Hush, #4) - Becca Fitzpatrick
Either I'm this megamind prodigy of nature, or Finale was written for an intended audience of complete idiots. I'm sorry but reading this book literally insulted me. Come on, all you need to do is take a single look at the cover to understand what exactly is going to happen in the end. One look, guys--that's not like skimming through 400+ pages.

Not only that, but to my humble opinion the author did not even remotely try to make this interesting for us. I mean...It was so transparent and boring, that at some point I could hear my brain snore. Everything in this story was so obvious, it hurt my eyes. It really did.

I don't want this to be one of those reviews that are full of spoilers. But on second thought, there is nothing I can further spoil for you. The biggest spoiler is that Becca Fitzpatrick has not written a single word in this book that could even remotely surprise and intrigue you. Not even one, period.

The only reason behind my 1.5 star rating is the fact that Nora finally cut back on her whining a little (even though it was a little, it's still something, right? Oh, thank you, Lord!). Apart from that, I think the book failed pretty hard.