Fitzpatrick, Becca. Finale. 4th serie. New York: Simon & Schuster Books, 2012. 1-454. Print.



Written by: Becca Fitzpatrick

Reviewed by: Aniqa Abid

Recommended Audience: High School, Young Adult                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

        When Hank had died, Nora swore an oath to him that she would lead the Nephilim army and end the fallen angels- even Patch, once and for all. But she wouldn’t let this happen so she and Patch make a plan to convince everyone to believe they are no longer together and work things from the inside. She would convice the Nephilim that fighting the fallen angels is a bad idea and Patch would find out everything he can from the opposing side. Along the way, old enemies return, and new enemies are made and their plans go awry when Nora is put to the paces of her new role and meets a man named Dante, who will help prepare Nora for the soon-to-come war. As the war nearly arrives, Nora and Patch must decide whether to confront their differences and ignore them or let them destroy the love they had always destined for.

       I honestly thought this book was one of the best in the Hush, Hush series because it had more action and twists in it, in which one would think who to actually trust and who not to. It had me on the edge of my seat and I couldn’t stop finishing the book because I wanted to know so badly what would happen next. Finale was an enjoyable conclusion to the Hush, Hush series and Becca Fitzpatrick did a good job on concluding all their stories in this book. Also, in Finale, you’ll find out that everybody has their secrets, and some you wouldn’t expect from that will surprise you.

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