Silencio (Silence)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788466649773
  • Publisher: Ediciones B
  • Publication date: 3/1/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Hush, Hush Saga Series, #3
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 440
  • Sales rank: 626,429
  • Age range: 13 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Becca Fitzpatrick
Becca Fitzpatrick
Becca Fitzpatrick grew up reading Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden with a flashlight under the covers. She graduated college with a degree in health, which she promptly abandoned for storytelling. When not writing, she's most likely prowling sale racks for reject shoes, running, or watching crime dramas on TV. Her first novel, the YA thriller Hush, Hush, was published in 2009.

Biography

Becca Fitzpatrick grew up reading Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden with a flashlight under the covers. She graduated college with a degree in health, which she promptly abandoned for storytelling. When not writing, she's most likely prowling sale racks for reject shoes, running, or watching crime dramas on TV. Her first novel, the YA thriller Hush, Hush, was published in 2009.

Good To Know

Some fascinating outtakes from our interview with Becca Fitzpatrick:

  • "My first job entailed spending a summer working in a cornfield in Nebraska. I remember three things about the job: scorching heat, bugs (oh, the bugs!) and playing volleyball during lunch break. My job description included wandering up and down endless rows of corn and sticking small paper envelopes over the immature ears of corn so that they wouldn't become pollinated by the pollen floating around in the air. I think the company I worked for was trying to create hybrid corn to feed cattle, but when I needed a snack, I ate the corn. It was actually pretty good. Every day at lunch, the entire crew would play volleyball for about an hour (two or three when our bosses were out of town). Most of the crew was comprised of guys, which, as you can imagine, I didn't mind one bit. Other than the low pay, it was actually a great job. I could wear my swimsuit and listen to music on my Walkman (I'm showing my age here). My older sister, Heather, worked with me and every day at the end of our shift, we'd stop by McDonald's and buy ice cream cones -- thirty nine cents each. Good times! "

  • "My most noticeable physical trait is, hands down, my hair. It's big, unruly and curly, and you can spot it from a mile away...literally. Six years after I graduated high school in Idaho, I was visiting my husband's family and attending church two thousand miles away in Rhode Island, when a girl came running up to me after the service. She'd gone to high school with me, and said she recognized me from the back based on my hair alone.

    Growing up, I detested my hair. I spent at least an hour every day straightening it, wishing I could make it blend into the crowd, cursing it for being so different. It wasn't until I was in my twenties that I started to appreciate its uniqueness. Different no longer has a negative connotation to me."

  • "I should probably confess that ice cream is my favorite food, and I eat it every night. When I go grocery shopping, I try to buy a new flavor, rather than reverting back to a favorite flavor. I'm on a mission to taste every flavor of ice cream out there! But I will say I have a soft spot in my heart for Ben & Jerry's Vanilla Heath Bar Crunch, Coldstone Creamery's Peanut Butter Cup Perfection and The Pie Who Loved Me, and St. Clair's Banana Nut."

  • "After a long day, my favorite way to unwind is by going running. Not exactly the most relaxing activity, granted, but I always imagine I'm sweating out all the things weighing on my mind. By the time I circle back home, I feel like I've left my cares in the dust. I live in Colorado, and we have some amazing running trails and beautiful scenery. It can be very relaxing and energizing to get out and hit the trails. Of course, I always reward myself with a bowl of ice cream when I finish!"

    <;i>"Writing can be a very solitary profession, and when deadlines are looming, it's tempting to glue myself to my desk, but I try to make sure I get out a few times a month with friends, just so I don't forget what it means to be social. I always look forward to book club, which is made up of my very closest friends in the world. We always meet at a local restaurant or café, order drinks, dinner or dessert, and chat about our book selection. We've had some great discussions over The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, Uglies by Scott Westerfield and Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. The books are a catalyst for discussing what's going on in our personal lives, so while it sometimes feels like I get wrapped up in work, I always know I'll get to catch up with everyone at book club."

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      1. Hometown:
        Fort Collins, CO
      1. Date of Birth:
        February 3, 1979
      2. Place of Birth:
        Ogden, UT
      1. Education:
        B.S. Community Health, April 2001

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    • Posted March 13, 2013

      Wonderful Book Silence is the third book in a series of four.  

      Wonderful Book

      Silence is the third book in a series of four.  In this book, Patch and Nora are torn even further apart by the Black Hand.  In the previous book, Crescendo, Patch and Nora were just beginning to put their lives back together again, when the Black Hand steps in and kidnaps Nora.  In Silence, Nora has her memory of the previous five months erased.  She doesn't even remember going to school!  Her mind also has no memory of Patch.  But some part of her still remembers.  She can't remember his face, but she remembers his eyes.  She remembers the way he made her feel every time she thinks of the color black.

      Also, Marcie is beginning to confront Nora more and more, along with Scott coming back into town and trying to help her remember.  Nora is having a hard time believing it all, and throughout the whole book is her struggle to cope with Patch's decisions and the lingering memory of the boy she loved.  This book is an amazing read, and I can't wait to get my hands on Finale!

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    • Posted January 18, 2013

      Once again, I am loving this series all over again! I love how d

      Once again, I am loving this series all over again! I love how despite all the struggles in these books, love conquers all. I have always believed this is true myself. If love is real and true between two people, they will be able to overcome any obstacle standing in their way. This seems to be the case with Nora and Patch. 

      They have been through a nightmare in the last book, trying to live their lives apart. Fighting their feelings for the good of each other has gotten them no where..... except into MORE trouble. When they finally gave in to their feelings and it looked like things were looking up.... BAM! The Black Hand was waiting to pull them apart again. Now, Nora has been kidnapped and the only way Patch can protect her is to swear and oath betray his fellow fallen angels and give him information against them. The only way to get her back is to let them rip out his wings. He does it willingly for her. All he cares about is getting her back home as soon and safely as possible. 

      When Nora returns, she finds herself in a graveyard with no memory of how she got there. Actually, she has lost 5 months of her life. She can't remember school ending, going to summer school, of the crazy events from the summer. Lost to her seemingly forever are the details leading up to and throughout her kidnapping. Worst of all, she has no memory of Patch. Their love for each other has been erased from her mind as if it never happened. But her heart still remembers. She can't remember his face, but she remembers his eye. She remembers the way he makes her feel every time she things of the color black. Will that be enough to bring them back together?

      Nora is really struggling with loosing her memory. It seems as if everyone is hiding things from her. Even her best friend Vee isn't telling her the whole truth about what happened over the summer and she knows it. How can she regain her memory if no one will fill in the blanks for her. On top of that, her mom has started dating Hank Miller, the father of the only person that she has ever really hates, Marcie. Now all of a sudden, Marcie wants to join forces and split their parents up. Turns out Nora has something Marcie wants, Patch's archangel necklace, or at least Marcie THINKS she does. How far will she go to get it?

      When Scott shows up back in town, he helps Nora to put some of the pieces back together, but everything he says seems so far fetched. Can she really trust him to tell her the truth? She isn't sure, but she has a feeling that she can believe his stories. She feels like she already knew their truth from before.

      With everything fighting against her and regaining her memory, can Nora find justice for her kidnapping? Can she somehow piece her memory back together? Is there someway to make her feel safe again or will she always have to look over her shoulder? Most of all, will she find her way back to Patch, or is his love lost to her forever? Well, you better get to reading if you want those answers, cause I'm not tellin!

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    • Posted March 31, 2012

      LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! A MUST

      LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      A MUST READ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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