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Beloved #1 New York Times bestselling author Colleen Hoover returns with an unforgettable love story between a writer and his unexpected muse. Fallon meets . November 9: A Novel By Colleen Hoover Download: http://center-free-ebooks. com/download-novembernovel-colleen-hoover/ November 9. Buy the eBook November 9 by Colleen Hoover online from Australia's leading online eBook store. Download eBooks from Booktopia today.

Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. Fallon meets Ben, an aspiring novelist, the day before her scheduled cross-country move. Their untimely attraction leads them to spend Fallon's last day in L. Over time and amidst the various relationships and tribulations of their own separate lives, they continue to meet on the same date every year.

Until one day Fallon becomes unsure if Ben has been telling her the truth or fabricating a perfect reality for the sake of the ultimate plot twist. Can Ben's relationship with Fallon - and simultaneously his novel - be considered a love story if it ends in heartbreak? She lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys.

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I will be the first to admit that I am a huge fan of Colleen Hoover's writing. Her books are always high on my favorites lists and she is an auto-read author for me. Despite the fact that I did not like this book 1. Despite the fact that I did not like this book at all and that it didn't work for me one bit, she is still one of my favorite authors and I will still be rushing to read her next book.

Unfortunately, and it pains me to have to say this, but November 9 just wasn't for me. From the summary, this book always made me a little nervous for several reasons. But, it's Colleen-freaking-Hoover and there was no way I was not reading this book. I was super excited to get an early copy and despite the fact that October was only reserved for Netflix binging, I couldn't help myself and had to read this book.

The thing that upsets me the most is that November 9 had so much potential and the first few chapters showed so much promise. At first, it was just a few things here and there that bothered me, but eventually almost everything started bothering me and combined, it just didn't make this an enjoyable book for me.

Since there were so many things that bothered me, I'm gonna list these in a non-spoiler and spoiler section below. If you are avoiding spoilers, simply skip that part and head to the end to my non-spoilery final thoughts. Non-spoiler list of things that bothered me: Now, I'm not this monster that expects or wants all MC's to be perfect and beautiful and flawless, but this goes back to one of my main problems that I have with New Adult and the fact that everything has to be so fucking tragic.

I thought we were at the point in NA where we were past characters needing a tragic past, but apparently not.

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Just to name a few. Hoover's male characters always seem to have this really intense feel to them, which I don't mind at all. But in Ben's case, there always felt something off about him. He literally came out of nowhere to save the day and offer to be Fallon's pretend boyfriend in front of her dad. What would have resulted in a one time thing turned into so much more when he stayed with her a few hours while she packed for New York and broke down barriers that no one else could in only a few hours, like letting him take off her clothes.

He said just the right things to make Fallon feel better about her scars. He asked Fallon to date around while she was in New York for a year so she didn't 'miss anything', and he sounded like an inspirational coach half the time while the other half he said some really cheesy shit. Things like: It felt as if the second we joined together, a tiny piece of our souls got confused and a piece of his fell into me and a piece of mine fell into him.

I just know that there is no way I can tell him goodbye after this. It'll tear me apart, way worse than last year. I can't go another day without him being a part of my everyday life. Not after this. Keep in mind that this is after he 3rd November 9th they have spent together, roughly 12 hours they have spent together in total since they first met and after the first time they have sex This is one of the main reasons why I had such a hard time connecting with not only the story, but with Ben and Fallon as a couple.

As stated in the summary, Fallon and Ben only meet once a year on November 9th, the day they met. This all sounds romantic, but it didn't work for me in a number of ways. Ben and Fallon agree for some reason more on that later that they should have zero contact at all during the years they are apart.

They block each other on social media, they never give each other their phone numbers or emails so they don't talk, text or email. Basically, they just show up to an agreed location on November 9th at a certain time and hope the other is there. They have no idea if either of them have met someone else or any of the normal every day things that happen in life. Meanwhile, they always act like theirs is an epic love story despite the fact that in reality they just really basically strangers who happen to have a 'connection.

Fallon tells Ben early on that she hates insta-love and when she explains to him what insta-love is and he says that it sounds like what they must have, she quickly dismisses it. Years later when it comes up again, we are supposed to buy this half-assed explanation with this: Later on when they have sex, Ben muses about how as an author he has no words to describe that moment in paper so he will just have to Which is exactly what the book does at that moment.

After reading Ugly Love, we all know Hoover is capable of writing really great and classy sex scenes. This approach came off as lazy.

It felt like Hoover used the fact that Ben was an author, and Fallon was a reader to shut down any problems. I mentioned earlier that the plot of this book reminded me of One Day by David Nichols which I have read.

There is a scene in here that really bothered me when someone brings up the comparison: I immediately shake my head. They only agreed to meet once.

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I's like One Day, then. That movie with Anne Hathaway? Fallon and I have no contact. I think writers just naturally become defensive when their ideas are compared to other ideas, even if it's done innocently. But mine and Fallon's story is one-of-a-kind, and I feel somewhat protective of it. I don't like the fact that an international best seller book is reduced to simply an 'Anne Hathaway' movie.

I especially dislike it since Hoover is an author herself. I'm sure it was innocent, but this bothered me.

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The reason why Fallon moves to New York is because he mother says that you don't know who you are until you are 23 years old, and you shouldn't date until then because if you don't know yourself how can you fall in love. And she always listens to her mother because her mother is always right. Something that Fallon feels the need to remind us of several times.

So, she moves to New York to try to find herself and put herself out there to try to help out her career. This is all fine, but Fallon is 18 and alone and miserable in New York. And this doesn't explain the fact that she and Ben can't talk on the damn phone or text or email each other, even as friends.

Years later, when Ben wants to move to New York to be with Fallon so they could be together, a family tragedy forces Ben to stay home. Or should I say, convinces Fallon that Ben has to stay home and once again can't have any contact with her. For his own good, of course. All of this just felt really forced to me. Spoiler things that bothered me: Instead, Ben is dating his dead brother's ex-wife and is raising his brother's son with her.

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She is hurt and angry, even though she's the one that told him to stay to help her. Even though she's the one that left without refusing to give him her number. She says something that really annoys me: It turns out that Ben is the one that set fire to Fallon's dad's house two years ago.

That day he pretended to be her boyfriend, he was following her dad and fully knew who she was. This kind of negated all the 'your scars are what makes you beautiful' and 'you are lucky to be alive' and all that other after-school speeches he gave her.

After that, I never really knew if he really felt that way, or if it was out of guilt for being the cause of that. I know this came as a huge shock to most readers, but it only annoyed me because the whole 'I'm responsible for your traumatic accident and now I'm gonna seek you out to ease my guilt' has been done before in Ten Tiny Breaths by KA Tucker and Leaving Paradise by Simone Elkeles.

He found some letters with his name on them and he assumed that they had an affair and he was responsible for his mom killing herself. I would also like to point out that this assumption is incorrect. This felt like overkill for a number of reasons. Ben's mother had terminal cancer and she didn't want to be a burden on her sons.

So she shot herself in the head. In their home. Knowing that Ben was there at the time and he would be the one to find her since it was only the two of them that lived there. How terrible and fucked up is that reasoning?

Couldn't have she taken pills or something that wouldn't result with her brains being splattered all over her bedroom? What was worse was the suicide note she left for him: I know this will be difficult for you to deal with, so I've tried to make it as easy as possible. Someone will need to clean up after they take my body, so I've left a card on the kitchen counter for who you should call.

There's plenty of cash in my purse. I've left it in the kitchen, on the counter. That same day he sets he fire that ruined Fallon's life. Two years later, that's the day they first officially meet. So that date has an important significance for a number of reasons. All of which I'm sure were meant to add to this supposedly epic romance, but only ended up being over he top.

Spoiler-free final thoughts: I'm not saying that you should not read this book or that's its terrible, because a that's a shitty thing to say and b everyone has different tastes. Just because I thought this was Hoover's weakest book and I pretty much hated it, there is no denying that she is one hell of a talented writer. I just honestly think that this was missing the certain Hoover feel that makes all her other books stand out and hit you right in the feels. The fact that every single review on Goodreads is 5 stars and nothing less, really makes me question the state of book blogging right now and how honest certain people can be when it comes to reviewing hyped books or books by author 'friends' I also really wish authors would find beta readers that aren't friends that can be truly objective November 9 was one of my most anticipated books of the year and I don't know if I'm more disappointed in the fact that this didn't work for me because it's written by Colleen Hoover, or of the fact that this Colleen Hoover book didn't work for me.

If you're on the fence about this, I suggest you read reviews by bloggers you truly trust. And if you do decide to read this book, I hope you like it better than I did. No matter what I thought about this book, I'll always be looking forward to read her upcoming books and I still consider her one of my favorites. View all 81 comments. A lot of them even worse than mine.

The only difference is that mine are visible and most people's aren't. The writing style, characters, and story plot completely had me hooked.

November 9 tore out my heart, put it back together again, and majorly messed with my emotions. To say this was an emotional roller coaster is an understatement. Fallon and Ben were perfect, scarred, and healing toge "One of the things I always try remind myself is that everyone has scars. Fallon and Ben were perfect, scarred, and healing together but perfect.

Since the moment they met they were the fresh air in each other's life. They unconsciously made the other feel like they could be best they could be, they were honest to a fault, and as much as I don't really care for Insta love stories..

They had their struggles, fears, hopes, dreams but they were each others supporter in every aspect. Even if they only met once a year, for five years. Everyone makes mistakes and sometimes the consequences stay with you your whole life and plague you with guilt, like it did for Ben.

But then one day, what you expect to be the worst thing ever turns out to be exactly opposite and your world aligns itself and puts your priorities in order, that's what happened to Ben.

Fallon, having gone through a traumatic incident 2 years ago, meets someone outta the blue on one of the worst anniversaries of the year and that changes everything. The middle and almost end ripped out my heart and left it in tatters I cried way more than I'd like to admit. The ending however, righted everything. This book was amazing. And finally one of my favorite quotes has got to be this one: But anyone who sees your scars before they see you doesn't deserve you.

I hope you remember that and believe that. A body is simply a package for the true gifts inside. And you are full of gifts. Selflessness, kindness, compassion. All the things that matter. Youth and beauty fade. Human decency doesn't. View all 28 comments. Feb 26, Yonaily rated it did not like it Shelves: Ugh, I hate NA. But after Confess and this new novel I seriously think I should stay away from New Adult books forever. STOP writing insecure girls who fall for the douchey "you don't know you're beautiful, that's what makes you beautiful" boyfriend.

STOP writing slut-shaming bff's. On page five I was excited. On page fifty I had a terrible feeling about this read. One page I wanted to cry because every single thing these characters said was cheesy and dumb.

I would've never expected this from CoHo. Just look at these quotes: Why did I have to go two whole years before finally being given the tiniest bit of confidence? You wear long sleeves and collared shirts because you think it helps. I want to be your last. But I wonder if it can really be considered a plot-twist since it couldn't have been more obvious. So Ben lied about everything and instead of telling her the truth about the accident first-hand, he made her fall in love with him and wrote a book about their beautiful story blah blah blah.

So yeah, it gets worse: I stare down at the manuscript in disbelief.

You know that's what abusers do, right? We were drawn to each other. We made each other happy. And I know without a doubt there were several times during the past few years that we were madly in love with each other at the same time.

I should have given you the chance to explain it then. If I had just listened to you, then we could have avoided an entire year of heartache. So for that And I hope you can forgive me. View all 11 comments. I loved the book!! Fallon and Ben had an agreement that they meet up every year on the same day for five years.

Only for a day because Fallon would move in another country and they didn't want to have a distance relationship! In the first chapters i was laughing so much but when i was in the middle of the book until the end I was crying like a baby!! By finishing this book I can say that I have read all Colleen Hoover 's books!

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So, i didn't like that Ben had a relationship with Jordyn his dead-brother's wife. Okay I understand that Fallon hurt him and Ben and Jordyn are connected because of his nephew but i didn't like it at all. I did not see that coming!! I don't blame him of course.

It was a terrible accident! At first, when Ben said that had a brother named Ian, I didn't realize that he was the "Ian" from Ugly love! View all 16 comments. Aug 15, April Aprilius Maximus rated it did not like it Shelves: Now that I've had a couple of days to think about this one, I need to lower my rating.

View all 5 comments. Feb 20, Vilma Iris rated it it was amazing. The perfect blend of sexiness, emotion and intrigue. It's Colleen's best, most exciting book to date. A girl whose dreams vanquished with the flames that ravaged her.

Fallon and Ben meet on her last day in L. For Fallon, he turns a day marred with frustration and bad memories to a day marked by laughter and surprises. Who knew the anniversary of the worst day of my life might possibly end on a good note. So they agree to meet once a year, for five years, on November 9th. No contact whatsoever… leaving destiny to play out as it will.

Their chemistry leaps of the page with humor, passion and an endearing realness. Moreover, Hoover enlivens the story with her intangible magic where every moment feels larger than life, meaningful, and somehow entirely novel in its approach. With November 9, she once again proves that New Adult remains in the game with fresh and exciting stories impossible to forget. I dare you not to fall in love with Ben and Fallon.

Website Facebook Twitter View all 7 comments. Loved it! I felt the story lost its credibility. That said, I'm in the minority, as most readers seem to really love this book and the twist.

View all 54 comments. Mar 11, Riley rated it did not like it Shelves: I just can't do it. I got 30 pages from the end and I refuse to finish. I hated this so much I thought Owen from Confess was the worst male love interest, but Ben has him beat.

He was awful. And the big plot twist infuriated me to no end. It was ridiculous and such a cheap shot. At this point I am questioning whether or not I will continue reading Colleen Hoovers books anymore.

How can someone who wrote my favorite book ever, write my two most hated books? I need to cool off before I write a full I just can't do it. I need to cool off before I write a full review for this View all 10 comments. Jan 06, Pearl Angeli rated it it was amazing Shelves: You just turned me into a crying mess! Now I'm in a full on sob fest.

I don't think this review of mine can give justice to this amazing novel but let me just tell you that November 9 is simply beautiful! And beautiful does not even begin to describe it. The kind of book that will hook you, consume you, and OWN you from the very beginning up to end.

Despite having an instant connection with each other, Fallon thought that she's not yet ready to fall in love and commit herself into a relationship, thus she told Ben that she'll start dating him only when she reach the age of which will be five years after their first meeting.

Before she moved to New York, they both decided to meet once a year-- same place, same date-- November 9. So I thought that was just all about it. And I was wrong. Because there were too many things that happened in this book and the PLOT was done in an outrageous and intricate manner. That's how I know that Colleen Hoover once again did a great job-- when she was able to make me pause and contemplate about the series of events in the story.

What especially made me love the book were the main characters. Ben and Fallon are well fleshed-out characters. Ben especially. This man. I appreciate Ben's character because it's so easy to connect with him. He has a way words that can melt one's heart.

Not to mention what a damn hot writer he is. And Fallon-- although I had some issues with her inconsistency, I grew to love her as I began to see how she became a fairly strong and well-developed character from being weak. And well, she's a book lover and that makes her still a likeable character.

Ben and Fallon's story was poignant and heart-wrenching. All throughout the story I found myself getting scared as to what was going to happen. I got so into the book and I became really nervous because anything could happen. I was destroyed. My heart was shattered into a million different pieces. You did it all over again, Colleen Hoover! It took four years for me to fall in love with him. It only took four pages to stop. Colleen Hoover's writing style once again dumbfounded me.

It never really gets old to be honest. But I guess I appreciate her more in this book. Her writing here separates November 9 from all the contemporary books I've read and even from her previous books, because the concept is unique and amazing.

The whole premise and the story itself completely stole my heart, made me smile, fall in love, drown in tears, and reflect the messages behind. Simply one of a kind. It's now a new favorite of mine-- one I will never forget for a very long time! Listen to "High Hopes" by Kodaline when you read this book. The feels! More than View all 53 comments. Dec 22, emma rated it did not like it Shelves: November Nine is no exception, this story will surely take a reader through a tough mutter of emotions.

Both characters are eighteen years of age and young Fallon is on her way to New York to pursue a career on Broadway. The two make a pact of sorts, promising to meet for the next five years on November 9th.

I just loved how Fallon blossomed throughout the story. Going back to my tough mutter scenario, things aren't smooth sailing and Colleen Hoover goes for several crushing and WTH moments. Sadly the reveal in this book only lessened the couple in my eyes. View all 79 comments. Once again Colleen Hoover delivered a unique story that will stay with me for a while. It made me smile, it made me shed a tear or two and it made me care, really care for these two endearing characters.

Is the day her life changed irrevocably, is the day that changed her forever, is the day she would give anything to forget. But is also the date when she met Benton James Kessler. Ben is a college student, an aspiring novelist, a boy for whom November 9 has a certain significance. From the moment he meets Fallon, he is drawn to her and not only to her beauty, but to her personality as well. And Fallon is drawn to Ben as well. They connect with each other from the start and they agree to spend this day, November 9 with each other.

Despite the strong connection between them, they part ways, Fallon moving to New York to pursue a career on Broadway, but they agree to meet on the same day at the same place for the next five years. Like I mentioned above this fantastic tale was original from start to finish. I loved the concept of the story. It was intriguing, unique and of course every chapter left me wanting more. I absolutely loved this beautiful, unconventional love story between these two characters.

Their love story made my heart ache, but they also made it melt. It was simply wonderful, believable and beautifully told. I lived it, I felt it, I fall in love with it. I loved these two characters.

Both Fallon and Ben were flawed characters, very well portrayed in such a great way. They were endearing, have depth and they were relatable. Fallon was an easy character to like from the start. Ben was a wonderful character and I fell in love with him from the very beginning. He was sweet and thoughtful, attentive and considerate, but what I loved the most about him was the way he made Fallon feels about herself. For Fallon he was like a breath of fresh air. I loved the way he talked with her, his gestures, his flirting, his sweet, sweet words.

I adored their magical connection. You know why? Because I felt it with every fiber of my being.

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It was palpable from the beginning and I truly loved it. Fallon and Ben were wonderful together and their relationship warmed my heart. They completed each other in every single way and at times I really believed they were soul mates.

The story flowed fantastically well and the time jumps never felt too much. At times it was intense, angsty, but I loved every minute of it. It was too much IMO. Overall, a wonderful read! View all 56 comments. The writing is so poetic and addictive that once you start reading the book you can't put it down until you finish it! I start it yesterday and I read it so fast because I wanted to know what was going to happen to Fallon and Ben! This story touched me so much, I couldn't stop crying feeling everything Fallon and Ben were going through!

I will not say anything about the plot because it's so unique and I think whatever I say will break the magic of reading it. But be prepared for an emotional story with some twists that leave you anxious to see what will happen!

Ben and Fallon are the most adorable and cute couple I have ever read!! They are so sweet, funny and lovable characters that you can't stop yourself from falling in love with them and their story! Their connection is evident from the start and you can see that something magical will happen between them!

Fallon is insecure and vulnerable due to her scars and Ben is the one who will help her feel good with herself. There are a specific moment in the book that I was upset with Ben. I can understand why he did what he did but I can't forget about it and it bothered me. Overall it was a beautiful story that you should everybody read it!!

Colleen Hoover as always did an amazing job! View all 36 comments. And she did it again. She stole my heart once again with one of hers fictional boys… As I said, I was waitin this book for months and when the time hit midnight and as soon as this book showed on my e-reader I started to read it.

And almost right after 1st chapter -yeah that amazing 1st chapter- I was captivated by the story. Their chemistry was perfect.

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I loved them so much. And right now I'm not capable to write the summary of the book for you so pls forgive me for that and I don't want to give you spoilers etc so you just have to read this book.

Colleen, my Queen. You make me feel alive whenever I read one of yours books. Once again thank you so much for your beautiful words and God bless you…: Oh by the way, I have to confess one thing. And then booom! This woman always does this thing to me. They're all beautiful.

So fucking beautiful… PS. Because I have a lot of favorite moments on this book. For example: When they were at the airport.