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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, New York Times bestselling 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, Point of Retreat, This Girl, Hopeless, Losing Hope, Finding Cinderella, Maybe Someday, Maybe Not, Ugly Love, Confess, November 9, It Ends with Us, and Without Merit. Colleen has won the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Romance twice—for Confess in 2015 and It Ends with Us in 2016. Confess was adapted into a seven-episode online series. In 2015, Colleen and her family founded The Bookworm Box, a bookstore and monthly subscription service offering signed novels donated by authors. All profits are given to various charities each month to help those in need. Colleen lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys. Visit ColleenHoover.com.
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It’s Fallon’s last day in California, as she is moving to New York. She’s out to lunch with her arrogant actor father and having a rough time of it. Fallon’s face and left side were burned in a fire a couple of years before while she was staying with her dad. Her father tries to convince her that she can no longer have a career as an actor and even brings up the fact that she no longer even dates. Cringe worthy! When Ben steps in and pretends to be her boyfriend in order to get her father to lay off her, it begins an odyssey for both Fallon and Ben.
Both characters are eighteen and Ben is a college student/writer. Fallon had starred on a television show, but lost the job after the fire. November 9 is now, both the anniversary of the fire, and of their meeting. They spend the day together and each realizes that they have found someone special. They agree to meet on each November 9, until they are twenty three. Twenty three because that’s the age her mother thinks most people know what they want in life. So they agree to a pact-no phone calls, no numbers, no social media,or emails exchanged. Nothing but waiting for the next year.
The premise was different, and although there are similar book/movies out there, this one was a completely different type of story.Of course, I haven’t even delved into half of what happens in this read. Things aren’t always as they seem and sometimes people harbor huge secrets-the kind of secrets that are life changing. Sometimes, people can be completely wrong in their estimation of another person and that is explored as well. The book jumps in time from one November 9th, to the next.
Fallon and Ben were fascinating characters. Both have flaws and both have things that cause them angst.They are real in their feelings for each other, but as in life, five years can bring many changes and does for both.The reader is witness to all the changes in both of their lives, and to the deepening of their feelings for each other. What maddened me at times was that they go so long without being able to call or contact each other-relying on others to do so when needed and only on November 9th. In that respect, it was kind of unbelievable for me and had me practically yelling at my book at times.
Hoover’s writing is nothing short of amazing as can be expected from a #1 New York Times bestselling author. If you enjoy having all the “feels” in a read, this one definitely measures up, and in a big way.There’s a beautiful romance here, but the reader has to go through some major turmoil at times to get to the end. I think I loved every minute of the journey.
Highly recommended adult read.
I'll be honest here and say that I was reading and about halfway in - I was about to throw in the towel. I kept asking myself "Why is everyone so in love with this book?" and then at 58% - It hit me! It slammed right into me when I wasn't looking. My heart ached. I couldn't breath and my tears were flowing. That's the moment I KNEW this book was going to be amazing.
I had been hit by a train and even behind the tears in my eyes I continued to read. I kept saying to COHO - "How could you do this to me?".... because she can hear all of us while we read her books....right?
Just when I had come to terms with the events that happened. Around 78% I was hit again and took me by complete surprise! My heart was ripped out 100 % this time and I knew COHO wasn't' giving it back. Twice now! I was aching... I was crying again......and I tried to piece it back together. I wasn't sure what I felt at this point. As much as I was mad - it was a game changer. I grabbed what was left of my heart and my emotions and carried on. I read thinking that whether these two got their HEA or not. I had to continue. I had to know what happens. THREE TIMES! Three times and you are OUT! COHO sucker punched me a third time from left field! Evil.... yes COHO...Evil =) And no matter how many times she hit me.... and how many times I sat there stunned with an aching heart and tears flowing like faucets. I knew that all of this led to their ending......and ending that left me with hope that if and when we meet those characters again on the Next November 9 that our hearts will be happy and that everything they went through together will have been worth it. That Nov 9 is now a day of Happiness.
This story is going to make you sad and cry! Be prepared. We've all felt this before when reading a COHO book. It's a story about two people whose lives cross paths and each year something new about themselves is revealed while you read. It's about loving, losing, healing and forgiving.
Can two people become friends? Fall in love? Overcome some obstacles that are meant to tear each of them down? Do Ben and Fallon get a HEA like in the books Fallon reads? In my mind I was left not knowing.....Will their story continue? Or are we left with only our imagination?
This story had EPIC first kisses...a Book BF worthy Alpha Male...Epic Goodbyes........ it gave me ALL THE FEELS! ALL OF THEM! It's full of angst - love - heartache- twists & turns. It's told in dual POV and I loved that.
This book is Totally worth every FIVE star review it gets. Click It Up! You won't be sorry! Especially if you love a good cry and a book full of every emotion possible! Definitely one that I wish to unread - just to read all over again for the first time.
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