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November 9 Audiobook Summary

Beloved #1 New York Times bestselling author of It Ends With Us and All Your Perfects returns with an unforgettable love story between a writer and his unexpected muse.

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 Los Angeles together, and her eventful life becomes the creative inspiration Ben has always sought for his novel. 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?

November 9 Audiobook Narrator

Zachary Webber is the narrator of November 9 audiobook that was written by Colleen Hoover

About the Author(s) of November 9

Colleen Hoover is the author of November 9

Colleen Hoover is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-three novels, including It Ends with Us, All Your Perfects, Ugly Love, and Verity. In 2015, Colleen and her family founded a nonprofit called The Bookworm Box, a bookstore and monthly book subscription service. Colleen lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys. For more information, please visit

November 9 Full Details

Narrator Zachary Webber
Author Colleen Hoover
Publisher Simon & Schuster Audio
Release date November 10, 2015
ISBN 9781442388901


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The imprint is Simon & Schuster Audio. It is supplied by Simon & Schuster. The ISBN-10 is 1442388900. The ISBN-13 is 9781442388901.

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Goodreads Reviews


July 10, 2022

"You'll never be able to find yourself if you're lost in someone else."  COLLEEN HOOVER YOU COLD HEARTED SHE DEMON!!! HOW CAN YOU DO THIS TO PEOPLE!?! I must seriously love abuse because I keep coming back for more of it when it comes to your books!  This could be the last book I read all year and I would be perfectly content with it. November 9 is stunning. All us book nerds have one serious thing in common when it comes to reading... We love book quotes! We love to say them, we love to share them, we love to make pictures with them, we just seriously love them. November 9 hands-down has some of my favorite book quotes in it. Not just from things I read this year, from things I've read in general. If I could, I would just copy and paste the entire book as my review and just leave it at that. It's all just so beautiful.November 9 follows Fallon, a girl who meets a young writer (Ben) the day before she's set to move cross country. With a seriously silly introduction it leads these two characters to spend her last night in town with each other. This becomes the inspiration for Ben's first novel and for the two too met up every year on the same day. I seriously can't get over these two. They're both so easy to fall in love with. Fallon with her insecurities and Ben with his boyish charm will win your heart over within a few pages. Fallon is this character who is struggling to find her footing again in life, and Ben who knows what direction he wants to aim, but needs the arrow guided. I liked their ups and downs. I liked how their struggles became our struggles. We get to grow with these characters and we get to go through so much time with them. Fallon and Ben will make you feel every single emotion. One page these two would have me dying laughing then I would turn it and the next I would be crying so hard I couldn't breathe. Their relationship will have you second guessing your hate for insta love. That's all I'm going to say character wise... Vague I know, but if you've ever read a CoHo book (if you haven't where the hell have you been?!?) you know the last thing you want is to be spoiled on characters. "What are you waiting for? He drags in a raspy breath. 'To wake up, I think.' He lowers his mouth and kisses my neck. 'I'm dreaming, right?'" Okay, I'm just going to warn you now, the vague character description is going to be the only organized and put together part of this whole review. From here on out it's going to be a jumbled mess of spoiler free fangirl talk... You've been warned.The plot... OMG the plot. It's a sucker punch from all directions. It's an uppercut to the face, an elbow to the stomach, a smack to the ear of pure emotion thrust upon you. Let me break this down for you... The first few pages I was all lah-tee-dah minding my own business being all swoony over all the possibilities of where this story could head... WHEN OUT OF NOWHERE I GET FREAKING THROAT PUNCHED BY THE MOST ROMANCE SCENE I HAVE READ IN MY ENTIRE LIFE... AND THIS IS FROM A GIRL WHO HAD READ A BUTT TON OF BOOKS!!! I mean good God and it's only 50 pages in!!! I wanted to lay a book worthy kiss on Ben so hard, because that moment is pure perfection. Every girl deserves a Ben! Maybe someone can invent a pocket sized version of him, and whenever were having an ugly day (ladies you know what I'm talking about) you can pull out your pocket sized Ben and he can pay you compliments and make you feel like the princess you are. If you can't tell by that bizarre thing I just said, then let me just come right out and say it, I was completely hooked. I was just sitting on the sofa sobbing. Then it's scene after scene of these perfect stolen moments, breathtaking events, and heart stopping romance that you'll be rooting for... But don't get too comfortable because you know one of those epic CoHo twist are going to happen... AND THIS ONE IS THE PITS! When it happened... I couldn't breathe and I swear I almost threw up. Feeling all emotions at once hit me so hard it almost induced vomiting... But mainly just caused me to do that heavy cry where you can't even function or form words and all your sentences come out in broken fragments. Pain swept my legs out from under me. Safe to say overall I could barely function reading this. This story is just everything. None of that probably made any sense and I don't care. You know a book is good when you're so jumbled and have so many emotions that it's physically hard to get all of them down. Oh and don't get me wrong with this review. It's not just love and pain in this novel. CoHo has this hilarious thing where she pokes fun at the everything she is doing with this book. Not just that she has this fun way of poking at everything all of us secretively love in books. It's just great! If this wasn't all enough for you there's something a little extra special she puts in this novel that had me jumping all over the place that I can't freaking wait for y'all to read. You can really tell she put her whole heart into writing this book for fans and really set out to give them something to love.November 9 is a beautiful book with a wonderful message. It's a novel filled with so much passion, humor,  with such a dreamy aspect that leaps off the pages and pulls you in. November 9 was my most anticipated New Adult book of the year, and again Colleen Hoover didn't let me down. By the end of November 9 I promise your heartstrings will have been pulled in every single direction.

Amy | Foxy Blogs

November 08, 2015

Two words - absolutely brilliant! I’m amazed at CoHo's ability to deliver a unique story with each and every one of her books. After I was done with November 9 I spent a good hour or two discussing it with Kara. There’s so much I want to say about it but really you can only do that with people who have read the book so not to ruin the story for others.One thing that surprised me was when a certain couple made a cameo. It put a smile on my face. I'm so use to CoHo not following book trends that it was pleasant surprise to see the crossover. CoHo’s men have a way of getting me worked up and not in a good way. It started with her first book Slammed and has continued on in her other books. While they make me want to smash my kindle against a wall, they also make me appreciate the realness of the situation. CoHo's love stories are guaranteed to have the ability to provoke strong emotions in the reader.My favorite aspect of the story is how the book flowed so well together even though the story took place over a large time span. The story didn’t have any mundane lulls filled with everyday stuff. It held me captive from the opening scene until the very end. I LOVED IT!! P.S. I love that CoHo commented on my status update. It made my year.✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦✦RELEASE DATE:November 10, 2015 Pre-order | order:**Complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.**


October 26, 2015

The perfect blend of sexiness, emotion and intrigue. It's Colleen's best, most exciting book to date.Colleen Hoover’s one-of-a-kind style of storytelling shines with November 9—a story about a boy and a girl who fall in love, one day at a time. But it’s also so much more. It’s lines of words that tell the story of a girl scarred by an event that made her feel less, made her feel abandoned. A girl whose dreams vanquished with the flames that ravaged her. It’s about a boy, a writer—Benton Kessler—who searches for inspiration and finds it the day that fate pushed him to meet Fallon O’ Neil.Fallon and Ben meet on her last day in L.A., before she moves to New York City. Ben’s unexpected, easygoing and entirely charming demeanor unnerves Fallon… in the best possible way.For Fallon, he turns a day marred with frustration and bad memories to a day marked by laughter and surprises. “When I woke up this morning, I thought today was going to be one of the toughest days I’ve had in two years. Who knew the anniversary of the worst day of my life might possibly end on a good note.” For Ben, he begins to fall for a girl who hides behind the cards she’s been dealt, but whose feistiness, verve and beauty, win him over all the same. Fallon becomes the muse he’s been hoping for, and a story begins to write itself with each moment they experience. “You can’t leave yet. I’m not finished falling in love with you.” Before the day is over, they’re not ready to say goodbye. 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. "November 9th or nothing.” They come together and come apart each year as circumstances change. Their story arcs and morphs into a once-in-a-lifetime romance, but not before plot twists threaten everything they’ve held on to so dearly. “When you find love, you take it. You grab it with both hands and you do everything in your power not to let it go. You can’t just walk away from it and expect it to linger until you’re ready for it.” Ben and Fallon’s story is irresistible—I couldn’t help but fall in love with them from the very beginning. 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.✦ ✦ ✦ ✦ Follow Vilma's Book Blog: Website | Facebook | Twitter


December 18, 2019

i was worried this was going to be too similar to the book ‘one day’ and i am soooo happy to say that this isnt even close - its better! lol.this is an entirely different story, one that feels earnest and endearing. i have no idea how CoHo is able to so deeply capture the growth of two separate people with mere glimpses of the same day, every heart ached, yearned, and beat with so much joy. this is truly remarkable storytelling and proof that colleen hoover is a romantic genius (in case i havent told you that enough already).↠ 5 stars

Bryce Rocks

March 29, 2022

what addictive substance does colleen lace into the ink in her books?? can we please have a novella of the next nov 9? at this point, id even take a wattpad fan version. somebody get on that.


June 29, 2016

"You left with my soul in your fists and my heart in your teeth, and I don’t want either of them back." Colleen Hoover, what did you just do to my heart? 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. It's BOOK-WORTHY. The kind of book that will hook you, consume you, and OWN you from the very beginning up to end.November 9 begins when Fallon O'Neil and Ben Kessler met at a restaurant in Los Angeles on the 9th of November. 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 23-- 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. "When you find love, you take it. You grab it with both hands and you do everything in your power not to let it go. You can’t just walk away from it and expect it to linger until you’re ready for it. 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. "One of the things I always try to remind myself is that everyone has scars. A lot of them even worse than mine. The only difference is that mine are visible and most people’s aren’t." The romance is one of the book's greatest strengths. 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. And wow, just when you think it can’t get anymore emotional or heartbreaking, the greatest PLOT TWIST OF ALL PLOT TWISTS happened and then that's it. 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. I LOVE NOVEMBER 9! Simply one of a kind. It's now a new favorite of mine-- one I will never forget for a very long time! She’s not the kind of girl you choose your battles for. She’s the kind of girl you fight to the death for. P.S. Listen to "High Hopes" by Kodaline when you read this book. The feels! Rating:More than


November 08, 2021

Re-Read, Why? You got it because it's almost November 9.. and this is Oh So Good!**5 You Got Me Stars!COHO is a Goddess! Yes I said it. This novel has made it onto my Goodreads Best of List for 2020 (and is the second book in January 2020 to do so. How about them apples?!)Wowza! Can I just say it here and now? Fallon and Ben’s story blew me away. Like it freaking Blew ME Away! First, you think you know the premise.. and you think you know what’s going to happen and you have absolutely NO idea! None. Fallon and Ben meet randomly on November 9th when Ben pretends to be Fallon’s boyfriend. While eating lunch by himself, Ben overhears Fallon’s father lambasting her while they are having lunch together. Ever the night and shining armor, Ben comes to her rescue by pretending to be Fallon’s boyfriend. Thereafter, the two have lunch together after her father angrily rushes off. Fallon and Ben then hang out for the rest of day and evening, as a few hours later, Fallon will be moving to New York City. The two both feel it, “chemistry” and both know, “THIS” is it. Then, they make a vow, to meet once a year for five (5) years on the same day, November 9th.Ben, an aspiring novelist agrees to write their story, which he will complete, in five years to the day.Cue ALL THE FEELS. Neither have any contact throughout the year, and just have to hope, the other shows up each year and that they both feel the same way. Does “November 9” have a Happy Ending? Is there such a thing? Fallon, whose life has been anything but and for whom “November 9” has had horrible memories, finally has something to look forward to on that fateful day. Ben’s life is not exactly an open book - if only he can learn to confide in Fallon. The caveat to all of this is that life of course, isn’t always fair, as both Ben and Fallon know all too well.“November 9” by Colleen Hoover is a novel that I was wholly unprepared for. I loved the characters of Fallon and Ben. Sweet, unassuming and totally endearing. I thought I knew what was going to happen and then, WHEN IT HAPPENED, when THAT moment happened (those of you who’ve read this TOTALLY know what I’m talking about) I almost fell apart. CoHo continues to surprise and delight and this both delighted me to no end and made me sob uncontrollably. I highly recommend this to everyone.. but especially to my book buddy Kaceey (please listen to this one soon Kaceey!). Thank you to my local library for lending me the audiobook.Published on Goodreads on 1.24.20.


January 21, 2022

What's this? A romance novel that actually shocked me? Dare I admit that it even made me cry? ​I didn’t read the synopsis for this before checking it out of the library. I’ll admit, I’m pretty much at the point where I will try any Colleen Hoover novel that isn’t strictly YA solely because of her hype. So, I was pleasantly surprised when I quickly became attached to the story. I loved the concept of them only meeting once a year for 5 years. I loved the confidence that Ben gave Fallon. I practically smiled like a giddy schoolgirl throughout the first 200ish pages. Everything about it was absolutely adorable. So here I am, blissfully swooning through this entire novel and then all of a sudden BAM! A huge plot twist comes out of no where and knocks me straight onto my ass. I went from floating on a cloud to being in a dark, bottomless pit. And I loved every second of it. The emotions in this novel were so raw, so real. I felt the love. I felt the heartbreak. I felt the regret. I felt everything. This is the CoHo that nearly every single person is hyping up. THIS is the CoHo I’ve been waiting for..........Adding this in as an afterthought: but I absolutely loved that Tate & Miles, from Ugly Love, were in this book.


November 11, 2021

** spoiler alert ** One word to describe it: perfection.Every time I start a Colleen Hoover book, I shit my pants because it's so unexpected and the characters can end up being some psycho and I'll be just like "well thanks for killing my vibe and my heart, Colleen. Always a pleasure!"BUT! This one was not the case and it makes me hopeful for her other books.ANYWAYS, back to the book. I loved the all 'see u next year' idea. Unique and beautiful. Ben was so cute. And it was so good to see that Fallon was much confident with her body in the 2nd 11/9. Honestly, I was so sad that they did get to visit NY together because it would have been so cute and funny but it's okay. One thing that I hated : Ben believing that Fallon never loved her and that she just don't want him. Was he blind? Did he seriously thought that everything they did since they met was not in the name of love? Come on! So obviously I was really pissed when she found out that he's been fucking Jordyn. Thank god Fallon didn't wish him a happy life because he do not get to have that without her!!!! Like I said, I was really pissed.Ben's book: When Fallon has read the prologue, I cried so hard because I immediately thought that Ben was some psycho and I really wanted him to be normal lmfao. His past was so heartbreaking. I was shocked, but so damn happy to see that their relationship wasn't fake. So I hope they're going to have a baby that they'll name November lol.

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October 13, 2022

5 STARS“You’ll never be able to find yourself if you’re lost in someone else.” What I love about Colleen Hoover is that her stories are always unique and brilliant! This book is not an exception, it’s simply amazing, heartwarming, sweet, funny and intense. 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. Ben has his own issues, and that’s a mystery for us, one that is revealed during the progression of their story. “I’m not finished falling in love with you yet.” Overall it was a beautiful story that you should everybody read it!!Colleen Hoover as always did an amazing job!

Rachel Reads Ravenously

November 10, 2015

It's live!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 5 stars! First thing I am going to say is you need to go into this book blind. I'm dead serious. I'm actually a lover of spoilers but this book is the exception. I'm not going to post any spoilers, but I'm giving you a moment right now to really think about your reading experience of this book and urging you to go in blind........Still want to read the review? Don't say I didn't warn ya. So when I saw on Facebook that many people were finding copies of November 9 early, I began to look around and found a local bookstore that had it. I left my house and drove there as soon as I could to snag a copy and get it into my grubby little hands. There's just something really exciting about a new book by Colleen Hoover.Going into this book I was a bit apprehensive, because to be honest I didn't care for the last few books Hoover has put out. "Why would you run to read her new book?" I can hear you all asking. Well my answer is this: I will read ANYTHING Colleen writes because her books make me FEEL. Whether it be the angst of Slammed, the emotional rollercoaster of Hopeless, or the rage that Ugly Love filled me with, her books inspire genuine emotion from the reader, and there is something really special in that. I also want to point out that not one Coho book is the same. I know with her that a new book will bring me a fresh and original story and not a rehash of something else. So with that being said here is my official review: “You’ll never be able to find yourself if you’re lost in someone else.” November 9th is just a date right? Any day just like the other? Well, some days hold meaning and this one means a lot to two people. On this day Fallon is having lunch with her dad when she meets Ben. The two have an instant connection, but do not call it instalove. After spending the day together, they decide to meet on the same day at the same time and place for the next couple of years. “I thought I was stronger than a word, but I just discovered that having to say goodbye to you is by far the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.” To say I loved this book is an understatement. I opened this book and did nothing else until I was finished. From the first moment I needed to know what happened to these characters. I loved them and all of their flaws. Both Ben and Fallon. It's why I loved this book, because I cared what happened to them. I ended up crying! I rarely if ever cry from a book, and this story hit me hard. The book also flowed extremely well, the time jumps felt effortless and the story of the two of them entirely believable. I will say that I actually predicted a couple of key plot points (and those of you who read it know which ones) but it didn't take away from my overall enjoyment of the story. The premise reminds me of a movie my mom loves. In the book Hoover mentions Sleepless in Seattle and others, but to me this sounds like the film Same Time, Next Year (1978) with Ellen Burstyn and Alan Alda. Anyways thank you for reading my ramblings and I sincerely hope you pick up this wonderful, wonderful book. And protect your emotions when you do.

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