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Friday, May 6, 2011

Hush Hush
Becca Fitzpatrick
The major conflict in this book so far is that Patch, a new kid at school is really annoying this girl named Nora. He knows how to get under her skin and he has only known her for about a month. He has described her as intelligent, attractive, and vulnerable; his characteristics in a partner. They have to sit next to each other in class and Nora has tried to get different seats, but he won't change them. She's stuck with him for the rest of the year. Nora was driving home and she drove through an intersection and this guy ran out in front of her and then he got back up and punched through her window and tried to grab her. She thought it was Patch, but as the time passes she seems to be forgetting what had happened. When she shows her friend to her car, nothing is wrong with the car. A bigger conflict arises between Patch and Nora, because she doesn't know if it was him or not and if he has been stalking her. Nora thinks that they aren't compatible, but he thinks they are. I think that Nora will eventually like him and something will come up and it will break their trust.

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