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Now on to this week's winner......
Another Book Junkie's review on Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick.
Nominated by: Dee from Good Choice Reading
Hush, Hush, by Becca Fitzpatrick
Why was this book review nominated??::
Because I am A HUGE FAN of Hush, Hush and I remember how much I loved it and I love Amanda's review on it hehe.
Published: October 13, 2009
Publisher: Simon & Schuster's
Overall Rating: 5/5
A little backdrop before I start my review of Hush, Hush. I have a habit of reading Goodreads reviews of books before I even start them. Why? I have no idea, because I rarely agree with them in the end. Going through reviews for Hush, Hush, I came across numerous reviews that said it was a rip-off of Twilight. (Resisting the urge to rant about this!) This creates loads of doubt for me, so I was hesitant on even starting this book. I mentioned this through on Twitter, and the lovely Dee from Good Choice Reading told me it was nothing like Twilight. DON'T BELIEVE IT! She said. (I might be paraphrasing. :) ) So now that all is said and done, I want to give her a big THANK YOU! You gave me the push I needed to start the book, and I. Am. Grateful. Aside from it being a young adult paranormal romance, with students in Biology class, I saw no similarities! (At least none that could be pegged as original Meyer ideas.)