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November 9: A Novel by [Hoover, Colleen]
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Editorial Reviews


"Hoover joins the ranks of such luminaries as Jennifer Weiner and Jojo Moyes, with a dash of Gillian Flynn. Sure to please a plethora of readers." (Library Journal, Starred Review)

November 9 is yet another breathtaking novel by Colleen Hoover that's full of blushing, gushing, and heartache. I loved every page and breathed in every beautiful word.
(Anna Todd, Author of the After series )

"This is your next favorite book...the pacing is perfect, the emotions raw and the passion realistic...utterly satisfying." (Romantic Times (4.5 Stars))

“CoHo continues to blow me away with her unique and thoughtful stories, but I think November 9 takes the cake. From the dedication to the last six words I was impressed, and I can’t wait to see what comes next. This one was definitely worth the wait.” (Amanda Gallondorn, Joseph Beth Booksellers, Cincinnati )

"With her trademark passion and emotion...Hoover continues her spot on streak of NA winners, with a relatable, appealing cast and vivid scenarios." (Booklist Online)

From the Author

Colleen Hoover is the New York Times bestselling author of nine novels, including the #1 bestseller, Hopeless. She lives in Texas with her husband and three children. She is the founder of The Bookworm Box, a book subscription service which donates 100% of its profit to charity. She also owns The Bookworm Box, a specialty bookstore located in Sulphur Springs, Tx. 

Mrs. Hoover's highly anticipated novel, It Ends With Us, releases August 2nd, 2016 and is currently available for preorder. 

Her novel, Ugly Love (2014), has been optioned for film by Hackybox Pictures and is slated to begin filming in 2016, starring Nick Bateman. 

You can follow Colleen on her very active Facebook page at and on Instagram and Twitter @colleenhoover 
For tour dates or more information, please visit

Product Details

  • File Size: 4871 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Atria Books (November 10, 2015)
  • Publication Date: November 10, 2015
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UDCI1S8
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,426 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved the way the book was set up, how Ben and Fallon meet on November 9, which is a particularly difficult day with bad memories for Fallon. From there, they have a pretty natural chemistry and easy comfort in each other's company as they spend the rest of the day together before Fallon moves away that night to the other side of the country. Fallon is an aspiring actress and Ben is a writer. That definitely puts the heavy expectation on Ben that he has a way with words, and he really does. Agreeing to meet up every year on November 9 for the next five years without contact in between, Ben and Fallon part with the expectation of resuming their building friendship or relationship so that Ben can write a story. Ben also encourages Fallon to spread her wings and to venture out of her comfort zone. He genuinely wants her to take risks and to explore.

I really loved Ben right away. He sees Fallon the person, a girl with great qualities whom anyone would be lucky to know. Fallon is likable, too. She's been through some experiences that have taught her tough life lessons which chipped away at her self-confidence. Every year they meet up, Ben and Fallon pick up right where they left off from the previous November 9. I was really fascinated by this part, how for one day of the year, they could keep moving forward because they don't live near each other or email or call or text one another for the other 364 days of the year. I mean, most people have events and people in their lives around them that consume them, but in this book, they both look forward to the one day in November and the focus of the book is on those days. While it's hard to ignore their obvious magnetic dynamic, there's still so much in terms of the everyday details that they don't know about one another.
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This was a pre-order for me, one I anxiously awaited. Knowing what I now know....I wouldn't choose to read it.
Besides very heavy topics in this, I can't say I enjoyed their story... certainly not enough to redeem it. The whole premise of meeting up once a year with zero contact in between does not reflect, "this is the love of my life." I found that element forced and while so well written, one could get caught up in feeling it was romantic but when digesting it... it's silly.
I also have to say, this is in no way a beautiful sexy read... the trauma that fallon went through and living with the pain and scars make the reader empathetic toward her. Her trauma, pain, and impact on her life was way too glossed over. I'm not sure we saw strength of being a survivor in fallon. Was it new experiences in New York or Ben's pep talks that built up confidence, no idea... we only saw 5 or 6 days of her life and none of those days showed development of inner strength. Ben certainly was gifted with words but I did not find him genuine and bottom line, he's unstable. Not sexy, not swoon-worthy, perhaps pity-worthy.
The artistic theme of a novel inside a novel, the art imitating their life, I've read before but unfortunately it came off cheesy.
Now, having said all of that and the need now to find a light-hearted read that I can lose myself and escape....I honestly need relief from this story....I do need to say, this of course was well written. It wasn't for me but each word is intentional and crafted by this gifted author.
I've learned an expensive lesson and will not pre-order in the future but I will always anticipate future works.
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This is a book where I don't feel 5 stars is enough. I knew from the first few pages that this book would tear my heart to pieces and it totally did. The emotions I went through with the characters in this story were harsh at times and hilarious at times but every tear was worth it! This book is easily in my top three of all time!
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2.5 stars

I have to admit I barely read the description for this book. I merely skimmed through it but since it's by Colleen Hoover, I didn't think twice in pre-ordering it. My expectations were extremely high for this book until I read a 1.5 star review that lead me to lower those very high expectations. Even with my low expectations, I didn't love the book as much as I had hoped. I simply liked it because the story-line was looking good. While I'm not into insta-love and falling for each other in a matter of hours, this wasn't the factor that fully bothered me.

Fallon had to grow up very quickly once she became an actress. Unfortunately, an accident happened which caused her to lose her acting career. One day, Fallon is at a restaurant with her dad who's very hard on her and Ben overhears the conversation and thinks Fallon needs rescuing. He acts like her boyfriend while they are with her father and they sell it out completely. They instantly connect once they are alone and they realize they like each other. What happens next? They agree to meet up every November 9 at the restaurant they met for the next five years but there's a catch. They will not have contact with each other the other 364 days of the year. No stalking via social media, no giving each other their phone numbers. NOTHING.

After realizing this tidbit of information, I thought I wasn't going to like it. Surprisingly, I liked it! It was something new, something unique and I was definitely enjoying it all! Every year they would meet, it's as if they had never stopped talking. They were so into each other and I was sold by their "relationship". I was definitely rooting for them. Sadly, around... Maybe 65% things started to turn sour.
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