Wednesday, April 6, 2016
REVIEW: Hush by E.K. Blair
I don't say this lightly....
What. The. Fuck.
This is some mindfuckery.
I knew at the beginning there were a few options for whom Elizabeth saw on the television screen and now it's GAME ON and all I could think is where will this novel go?!! And then I thought:
Who can be trusted? What will the men in Elizabeth's life do now? Will she have the strength to do what she needs to do for herself?
As with Bang and Echo, Elizabeth & co live through and witness reprehensible things and have to figure out to how to cope with/resolve the ar wfulness...and yet. And yet, at the same time there is healing and love and a sense of hope that appears throughout or maybe I'm just an optimist and wanted to see it that way in order to get through some of the bleakness that pervades?
For those of you curious about whether you'll get answers to the questions you've had in this series, I'd say that more questions are answered than not and you'll feel a sense of satisfaction by the end. I foresee lots of posts about the tears, raw emotion, and craziness happening in this final book in the series and my last piece of advice? Buckle up and hang on tight because Hush going to give you one hell of a ride.
Book #3 in the Black Lotus Series.
I've come to learn there is no escaping your past.
It doesn't matter what you do, it will follow like a phantom--haunting you--reminding you.
**Due to the dark and explicit nature of this book, it is recommended for mature audiences only as some scenes may be particularly disturbing.**
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