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Giveaway dates: Jan 14 - Jan 21, 2019
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I really liked the premise and I found the setting atmospheric and intriguing. The MC was eminently likable, the writing taut and suspenseful. All in all, this is an entertaining read.
The best book I’ve read this year, and I’ve had some good ones.
Recently, I had the opportunity to read Killing November through an ARC tour. With several months to go, I look forward to reading this book again when it is released in March of 2019, as well as adding it to my personal collection.
Many of you who already know me likely know that Adriana Mather is one of my favorite authors. Adriana has a way of writing her books in which her characters are so easy to picture. The voice she gives them and the settings she illustrates with her words truly make e ...more
I enjoyed getting to know each of the characters especially Ash.
Adriana has created a secret world that sucks you in and you can not wait to turn the page to find out where it will take you next.
I cannot wait for the next book to come out to see where the series take us!
The story of November takes the "assasin"-genre and gives you an entirely new take...this is not like ot ...more
Killing November sucked me right in from page one! Action, adventure, danger, murder, poison and suspense! Oh My! I love that November stays true to who she is throughout the story. Adriana has a wonderful ability of walking the fine line between reality and fiction, intertwining them so well that it leaves one to imagine how very real this story could be. Instantly reminded me of my love for The Hunger Games and The Divergent Series. Killing November kept my brain ...more
When looking at the cover and reading the description and actually reading this story I was expecting a different kind of story that what was read in a good way. First off, in my opinion, I am not a fan of using general words as names such as November or Saturday. It makes the reader totally confused. Anyways aside from that while re ...more
November is a fun loving and easy going 17 year old who has been thrown into a unknown world of politics, assassians, and manipulators. Who can she trust? Who is out for blood? Adriana keeps you guessing until the very last page.
A huge thank you to NetGalley and the publisher of Killing November. I really enjoyed it. The novel has a little something for everyone. Desperate teenagers, death, assassins, and teen drama! The novel is fun, adventurous, and has great characters that you root for throughout the book. Defiantly, a must read for young adult fans.
I highly encourage you to let yourself fall into this book over and over, as each time you will read it you will feel something different. Enjoy.
November has been opened up to a completely ...more
story will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the entire novel. But be prepared- ...more
Yes, it’s a YA book, but it’s not a collection of emotional fluff. Mather put some research into this. There is substance here. The story line developes from multiple angles without losing continuity. It’s entertaining. It’s ...more