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Colleen Hoover (Margaret Colleen Fennell) (born in December 11, year 1979) is an author of young adult fiction and romance.

In January 2012 she published her first novel Slammed. In December 2012, she published Hopeless, which topped the New York Times bestseller list. Many of her works were self-published before being picked up by a publisher.

Hoover was born on December 11, 1979, in Sulfur Springs, Texas, the son of Vannoy Fite and Eddie Fennell. She grew up in the Saltillo, Texas and graduated from the Saltillo High School in year 1998. In 2000 she married Heath Hoover, with whom she has three children. Hoover has a degree in Social Work from Texas A&M-Commerce. She worked in various teaching and social work positions before beginning her writing career.

In November year 2011, Hoover began her first novel, Slammed, with zero intention of publishing it. She was inspired by a songs lyric “decide what to be and go be it” from an Avett Brothers song, and “Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise”. Because of this, she included the Avett Brothers lyrics throughout the story. After a few months, her novel was reviewed by book blogger Maryse Black and she was given a 5-star rating, and sales of her first two books increased rapidly.

Hoover published her first novel, Slammed, in January 2012 and a sequel, Point of Retreat, in February. They reached #8 and #18 on the New York Times bestseller list in August of that year. Atria Books picked them up and re-released them on August 10. A third book in the series, This Girl, was released in April 2013.

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BookHopeless
AuthorColleen Hoover
LanguageEnglish
Size1.7 MB
Pages418
CategoryNovel

Hopeless Book PDF download for free

Hopeless Book PDF download for free

Sometimes discovering the truth can make you more hopeless than believing the lies…

Seventeen-year-old Sky realizes that after meeting Dean Holder. A guy with a reputation to rival hers and an uncanny ability to make her feel like she’s never felt before. He frightens and captivates her in the span of an encounter, and something about the way he makes her feel awakens buried memories of a past she wishes to remain buried.

Sky tries to keep him at bay, knowing he’s nothing but trouble, but Holder insists on knowing everything about her. After finally giving in to his undaunted pursuit, Sky soon discovers that Holder is not who he says he is at all. When the secrets she has been keeping are finally revealed, every facet of Sky’s life will change forever.

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HOPELESS is the first installment in Colleen Hoover’s contemporary YA/NA series, centered on Sky Davis and Dean Holder. I’m not sure where to put this particular series as the main characters are 17 and 18 years old but have to deal with a lot of adult situations. And so does the reader. But it’s probably a story that crosses between YA and NA as there’s the typical mean girls club at school that almost destroys Sky’s reputation and the ultimate badass hero guy who falls in love with the new girl instantly as well as the sexual one Aspect of the main character’s relationship. While not sexually graphic, it is sensual and leaves nothing to the imagination.

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The novel is a story told in the present and flashbacks from Sky’s POV. Sky is a seventeen-year-old young woman who is homeschooled and about to enter public school for the first time. But her lifelong BFF “Six” is relocating to Europe and with that, there’s no one Sky considers a friend. And her friendship with Six tainted Sky’s reputation (by association) before she ever had a chance to build one of her own.

Hopeless is the story of a young woman’s journey to discover or uncover the secrets buried in her head. Her dreams—whether awake or asleep—are fulfilled by a little girl who wants nothing more than to be loved, but discovers that the monsters are the people who profess to love and care for you.

As the plot develops, we discover that Sky and Holder have a history, but a history that Sky can no longer remember. And it’s not Holder she’s trying to forget, but a childhood of pain and betrayal. As the memories slowly reveal the truth about Sky’s family, Sky and Holder’s relationship grows closer as the pain mounts. And in the end of the story, Sky and Holder have more in common than they ever thought possible.

The plot is simple. There’s the usual YA fair of mean girls, jocks, harassment and verbal abuse, which to me is always over the top and unnecessary in most storylines, and in this instance feels out of place to me. World building and character development is smooth and builds over the story.

The sympathy of Sky and Holder is immediately noticeable. Both have unnecessary or overblown reputations, but in Holder’s case, what happened becomes fodder for the gossips and school loudmouths. The big surprise isn’t unexpected, but Colleen does a wonderful job of building the tension for the reveal while holding the reader’s attention.

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The overall flow of the story is good and consistent. There aren’t too many issues where the plot gets caught up in flashbacks. There are multiple flashbacks that help drive the plot along and in each case add to the suspense and plot build so the reader is not unprepared for the heartbreak of the truth.

HOPELESS is a fascinating tale that will break your heart, but it’s also a story about second chances, falling in love with your soul mate and finding forgiveness in a world of pain and betrayal. Losing Hope is the second part (July 2013) and is basically the retelling of Hopeless from Holder’s POV. I’m not necessarily a fan of storylines from different POVs, as there’s always too much overlap when the main characters are omnipresent in both stories.

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