Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Contemporary, Paranormal, Romance, Young Adult
Nora Grey wakes up in a cemetery only to realize that she can’t remember the last several months and that she has been missing for weeks. Nora tries to resume her daily life by hanging out with her best friend, Vee, dealing with school and avoiding her mother’s new boyfriend who is very creepy. As she struggles to put the pieces together she can’t help feeling that everyone knows more about her disappearance than she does.
Now Nora has met a stranger that is very mysterious and that she finds she is both drawn to and afraid of. At least he is able to shed some light on her memory loss. Unfortunately this leads Nora to find out that she is about to embark on the fight of her life and that she is in the middle of ancient enemies that is almost more than she can comprehend. If that wasn’t enough she is also falling in love. With all the strange occurrences happenings it bring the feeling that she has already done this before.
This is another great story in a series that is proving hard to forget. Watching Nora go through all the trials she is going through and how she deals with all the obstacles thrown in her path makes for a story that keeps readers turning the pages just to see how it will all turn out. It is a different take on fallen angels that makes for an intriguing read. The story comes to life with all the details provided in the story and yet it doesn’t overwhelm the reader with too much to take in. This one will also have readers wanting to read the last book in the series just to see how everything will eventually turn out for Nora and those she loves and cares about. It is also a story that will have readers wanting to read more from this author.
I give this one 4-1/2 red roses