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November 9: A Novel Paperback – November 10, 2015
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"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)
"If you haven't read November 9 yet, then, apologies to your busy schedule, but you're going to have to put everything down and spend the next day devouring it." (RT Book Reviews, Seal of Excellence Winner)
"Colleen Hoover’s one-of-a-kind style of storytelling shines with November 9... I dare you not to fall in love with Ben and Fallon." (Vilma's Book Blog)
About the Author
Colleen Hoover is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Slammed, This Girl, Point of Retreat, Hopeless, Losing Hope, Finding Cinderella, Maybe Someday, Ugly Love, Maybe Not, November 9, and It Ends with Us. She lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys. Please visit ColleenHoover.com.
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I am a huge fan of Colleen Hoover. I respect her as an author, and I respect her as a person. What I love most about her as a person is the fact that she is real and raw. She never puts on a facade to make you like her. She says what she feels without needing to explain herself. She is inexcusably herself, which is admirable. What I love about her as an author is that all of her books are different. Not just from other books out there, but from each other as well. I have found that authors accidently end up making their characters or plot lines similar without intending to. When reading all of one authors books it feels as though they are just all the same. That's not how it is with Colleen. You never get the same the story, or characters. They are always fresh and inviting. You end up loving all of them. I also love the fact that she writes about characters who are not 'perfect'. They are not your average characters. They have flaws that are not only embraced but are shown to be admirable. It never defined who they are. This is important because so many characters are known for just being beautiful and Colleen's are so much more than that. Ridge was deaf yet it does not phase any of her readers. Fallon had her scars, but those scars mean so much to so many of her readers because they represent much more than just physical scars a person can see. She allows readers to fall in love with imperfect characters and that's not something all authors are capable of doing.
Now for my rant about November 9. The first thing I did when I read the last word of the story was immediately go back to the beginning so I could reread it again. I love everything about this book. I cannot form words good enough to descibe this book. Im left speechless, in the best way imaginable.
I will suggest this book to everyone I meet. Without a reason, I will tell people they need to read this book. For the sole reason, that I believe everyone can take something away from it. Thank you Colleen for giving me my new favorite book.
For my first book, I chose November 9 and after reading it, I can see why people love her stories.
From the very beginning, I connected with Fallon. Your heart goes out to her as you read about the trauma from her past and how she tries to lead a normal life, yet feels like an outcast. As for Ben, he helps Fallon break out of her shell, yet like her he has a painful past, one that plays a part in connecting him with Fallon.
Hoover does a brilliant job of capturing the emotions of the characters as relive their pasts and focus on moving forward. Between the captivating characters to the many plot twists, Hoover writes an emotionally investing story.
Plus, watching Fallon gain confidence was such a great feeling, especially knowing how much of that legwork was done by her alone. Ben may have kickstarted the process and made something click in her mind, but his once-a-year pep talks didn't cut her hair or land her roles or hold her hand on dates. She did that all herself, and it was great to see that she kept that confidence even after her faith in Ben, who started it all rolling, was shaken. She became her own person, and I loved it.
While it's not the most emotional of roller coasters, November 9 is still a touching, enjoyable read great for people looking for stories about characters and growing into yourself.