Finale by Becca Fitzpatrick (Hush, Hush Saga #4 Book Review)

Finale (Forth book in the Hush, Hush Saga) by Becca Fitzpatrick.

I don’t want this to end!

Just a quick note, I have not shared any spoilers for this novel! This is purely just my take and recommendation.

If you have read this novel, please don’t post any spoilers in the comments, just in case there are new readers for this novel that haven’t finished or started reading it just yet.



Nora and Patch thought their troubles were behind them. Hank is gone and they should be able to put his ugly vendetta to rest. But in Hank’s absence, Nora has become the unwitting head of the Nephilim and must finish what Hank began. Which ultimately means destroying the fallen angels – destroying Patch.

Nora will never let that happen, so she and Patch make a plan: lead everyone to believe they have broken up, and work the system from the inside. Nora will convince the Nephilim that they are making a mistake in fighting the fallen angels, and Patch will find out everything he can from the opposing side. They will end this war before it can even begin.

But the best-laid plans often go awry. Nora is put through the paces in her new role and finds herself drawn to an addictive power she never anticipated.

As the battle lines are drawn, Nora and Patch must confront the differences that have always been between them and either choose to ignore them or let them destroy the love they have always fought for.


I have my review on the first book here, second book here, and third book here.

This book kind of let me down a TINY bit, not significantly, but a tiny bit. I feel like a lot of the plot was stretched a tiny bit in this book compared to the others. I feel like there could have been more done throughout the war experience, and the lead up to it.

I feel like a lot of time was spent in… preparation.. if that makes sense. I don’t want to give too many spoilers, but there is a lot of time where Nora is training – but I feel like it could have been a bit more intensive. I feel like there should have been more need for her training, if that makes sense.

I feel like devilcraft could have been a bit more branched out on, bit more going on with it, and more depth involved in it.

I feel like Patch was a bit too distant in the involvement throughout this book compared to the others. There’s usually more going on in Patches world, and I feel like in this book in particular Becca Fitzpatrick let his character down. There should have been a bit more badass-ary on Patches side.

I absolutely loved it, but I found myself less involved than I was in the others which is a shame because it was the last book as well. I feel like it should have exceeded the others!

On the plus side, I absolutely loved right at the end of the book there was a part that Becca Fitzpatrick included after her acknowledgements where she wrote Patches first encounter with Nora. That was lovely.

All in all, AMAZING SAGA. I am probably going to reread it all over again soon knowing me.

Overall Rating: 8/10

Fiction: ✔️
Nonfiction: ❌
Action/Adventure: ✔️
Classic: ❌
Crime/Detective: ❌
Drama: ❌
Fantasy: ✔️
Horror: ❌
Mystery: ✔️
Romance: ✔️
Sci-Fi: ❌
Suspense/Thriller: ❌

Good plot?
Yes: ✔️
No: ❌

Yes: ✔️
No: ❌

Read again?
Yes: ✔️
No: ❌

Where can I buy it?

By this point I’m just going to link you to the full saga, I could not recommend it higher!

Thank you for reading my honest review of this book, fellow bookworms!

Speak soon


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My name is Jessica. I'm a twenty something year old woman with a beautiful husband, a crazy cat and a bub. You can find me on Instagram/Twitter @daysixtyfive.

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