Audiobook Review: Finale (Hush, Hush, #4). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Finale by Becca Fitzpatrick

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Fates unfurl in the gripping conclusion to the New York Timesbestselling Hush, Hush saga.

Nora is more certain than ever that she is in love with Patch. Fallen angel or no, he is the one for her. Her heritage and destiny may mean they are fated to be enemies, but there is no turning her back on him. Now Nora and Patch must gather their strength to face one last, perilous trial. Old enemies return, new enemies are made, and a friend’s ultimate betrayal threatens the peace Patch and Nora so desperately want. The battle lines are drawn—but which sides are they on? And in the end, are there some obstacles even love can’t conquer?


Good, Evil and Devilcraft.

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎧🎧🎧🎧
Romance: 💙💚🖤💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙📔
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌏
Character development: ☺️😟😍😉😘

The heroine: Nora Grey – She fell for a fallen angel, struggled through being in love with her guardian angel, was kidnapped, lost her memory, found out her family wasn’t what she thought and has been made immortal. Now she has to lead an army in a war between the fallen and the Nephilim.

The Hero(s): Patch Cipriano – a Fallen Angel, he is in love with Nora and wants to work with her to stop a war between the Nephilim and the fallen which will cause the death of thousands on both sides and humans as well.

The Story: Nora finds herself the leader of the Hank Miller’s Nephilim army. The oath she took will kill her if she is overthrown by the Nephilim, which they will if they find out she is dating a fallen angel.

This book took some twists and turns that I didn’t expect and didn’t really like as they happened. Nora and Patch seemed really disconnected in this book, which made sense since they were working on different things and couldn’t be seen together. Though Nora goes down a path that surprised me and I couldn’t predict anything in this book.

The narration was done by Caitlin Greer like all of the previous books, though I do wish it was dual narration. I like it better when there is both a male and female narrator even if the book is told all in Nora’s point of view.

I liked that the war turned into a battle between good and evil and Nora came into her own and became the Hero of her own story. It was a good ending to the series.


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