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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.

BookVerity
AuthorColleen Hoover
LanguageEnglish
Size1.1 MB
Pages336
CategoryFiction Romance Novel Thriller – Suspense

Verity Book PDF download for free

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Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling author on brink of the financial ruin when she accepts the job offer of a lifetime. Jeremy Crawford, husband of best-selling author Verity Crawford, has tasked Lowen with completing the remaining books in a successful series that his injured wife is unable to finish.

Lowen arrives at the Crawford house ready to go through Verity’s notes and sketches over the years, hoping to find enough material to get started. What Lowen doesn’t expect to discover in the messy office is Verity’s unfinished autobiography that was never meant for anyone to read. Page after page of chilling admissions, including Verity’s memory of the night her family was changed forever.

Lowen decides to hide the manuscript from Jeremy, knowing that its contents could destroy her already grieving father. But as Lowen’s feelings for Jeremy begin to intensify, she realizes how much she could benefit from it if he read her wife’s words. No matter how devoted Jeremy is to her injured wife, such a terrible truth would make it impossible for him to continue to love her.

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Folks…especially those who have NOT read this and, like me, are exhausted by thrillers going nowhere.READ. EAST. BOOKING. East. BOOKING. IT’S. IT IS. EXCEPTIONAL.

Well… what can I say? Well, my review will have two parts. Free of spoilers and spoilers. This part is spoiler free.

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So everyone knows the basic plot, right? Lowen is an unemployed writer who takes a new job… to take over the book series started by legendary author Verity. Verity was injured and cannot write.

To do this, Lowen has to move into Verity’s house for a short time and live with an injured Verity, her husband Jeremy, and her son Crew.

They had two other children. Both died in tragic accidents.

As Lowen acclimatizes, he discovers a dusty journal belonging to Verity. Lowen decides to read it.

Bad idea.

We, the readers, read it too. A book within the book. The Verity chapters change it. A chapter in Lowen’s voice is in the present…as she is drawn to Jeremy and imbued with the house and her painful and tragic history. But then we go back to the diary, Verity’s diary that was written before her tragic injury.

I won’t say anything more about specific plot points for now.

Gothic books are a genre with which I am very demanding. I don’t like almost anything about this genre because they are all the same. But when this genre is good, it’s REALLY good. Several books on my favorite lists, including Fiona, The Girl on the Swing, and My Cousin Rachel, are gothic. But there are not so many gothic books that are ten.

Verity is goth. The truth is a ten. I loved.

I’ve burned out on thrillers. They all produce the same thing. But when they’re good, they rock!

Verity is a thriller. I loved this book.

I’m a fan of writers who can create atmosphere. I like to see the colors, the patterns in front of me when I read.

TRUE? lots of colors. Dark tones, metallic grey, black, dark grey, the images are haunting and ancient, swirling in shadows and mystery and eerie, haunting prose.

There are many Republicans who say that companies are people. If books were people… if the Book of Truth were a person… it would be a dark, brooding, sublime person with tousled hair, penetrating the reader and enveloping them with heady, penetrating darkness and gothic whispers. The reader would never forget Verity.

NOW… SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read any further if you haven’t read the book.

I loved the ending. I remembered my cousin Rachel. SO… my opinion.

I think the diary was real. I make. Not that murder is okay. But I think the letter at the end was her way of getting Jeremy back. In other words, another lie.

Honestly, I couldn’t and can’t see any mom writing these horrible posts, even if they’re not true. Bragging about her children’s pain, trying to abort twins themselves, attempted murder, successful murder.

I can’t imagine writing a false confession and going into painful detail about my daughter’s screaming a day or two after her death. I just can not.

But what if the diary wasn’t true? Verity had plenty of options IMHO.
Let’s just say that wasn’t true. Verity’s solution in the book?

His kidnapping a traumatized son and living as a refugee, separating him from his father and friends after losing all of his siblings?

If it wasn’t true… Verity could have gone to the police and hired a smart lawyer. What about the post about how he hated to breastfeed and wouldn’t? Pretty easy to find out if that’s true. If it turns out to be wrong, that would strengthen the case. The stolen dress? track it. Let’s see if he lied about it.

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Did she and Jeremy really have that conversation where he accused her of ignoring a child? How was she as her mother? Much could have been verified and tested.

There were many ways she could have dealt with him. She made some really bad decisions. But I don’t think the diary was fake. This would be a great read for a book club. And the ending was very well written. Excellent!

Anyway…read this book. It will keep you on your toes and is one of the best thrillers I have ever read. Seriously… that’s why we had to suffer the bad guys to get gems like these. Colleen Hoover, you are an excellent writer.

I really don’t know where to start this one. I will say that. Any author who can deviate from her normal love genre and write something like this and make it work, not just make it work, but make it one of the best novels of hers ever written, says tremendous things about her. This book speaks volumes about Hoover’s talent and brilliance as a writer. Cue all new readers!

Guys, I’m not going to lie. This one really shined for me at times. The way this book was written really brought out a side of Hoover that I never thought possible. I don’t know how many times I wondered if she was possessed while she was writing this.

The point of view of the book was interesting. I figured if you went inside you’d see things from Verity’s point of view, but like most in this book, my theory went out the window as soon as I started. But it worked. It was beyond fascinating to see Verity from the point of view that we did and write differently. I don’t think this book would have turned out what it is and that would have been disappointing.

Now throw all your theories out the window. Sometimes some things were predictable, but the plot twists and this ending came out of nowhere and in such delicious ways. Just sit back and prepare for your heart to race and your mind to race with possibilities.

It’s quite a disturbing and creepy read that quickly got my attention with the seductive story and characters in it. I liked that Hoover didn’t hold back on the story, she wrote some disturbing things that I don’t think other writers would have dreamed of.

Ultimately, the characterization stole the show. The slightly twisted love triangle between Lowen, Jeremy and Verity created some suspense. I didn’t even notice when I connected with the characters because the main goal was to get to the bottom of the mysteries. It wasn’t until the end of the book that I realized I was worried about Lowen and Jeremy. I wouldn’t say Lowen was a really nice narrator, but neither was she. I could certainly empathize with Jeremy for the pain and tragedy that he and his family have endured.


I like characters like Verity. They are mysteries that any reader who likes these characters will want to get to the bottom of. Hoover checked every box until the very last few pages, as he was a deeply complicated and disturbing character.

The structure of the book alternates between the perspectives of Lowen and Verity. The reader learns of Verity’s perspective prior to the events of the novel through the secret autobiography that Lowen is reading. This structure definitely kept the pace of the book as it kept me engaged throughout the reading. From my own personal experience of reading books like this, it can sometimes be difficult to pull this off without frustrating the reader, but Hoover pulled it off without a hitch.

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Also, this book is steaming (the glass is steaming…). Just as the steam was getting too much for my enjoyment of the story, Hoover stopped her as if she read my mind. In fact, Lowen said it himself. That really assures me that Hoover knew exactly what to give the reader and in what dosage.

He was trying to decide if he thought this story was original because sometimes he felt like he was reading something very similar (without naming them to avoid spoilers) to some movies he had seen. However, I think the ending of this book definitely deserves the Hoover touch. It’s actually quite immersive.

Overall, I would say that Hoover showed us how to write a romantic thriller and completely convinced me that I will never trust my future spouse 100%. The mysteries in the story were well thought out – I had to keep reading to find all the answers to those mysteries that Hoover created. What I like most about Verity is that the ending is not a complete ending as it is open to discussion and interpretation. What was the truth? What really happened?

Hoover, I am so mad and glad the ball is in the hands of the readers! I rated Verity 5 stars on Goodreads and read it in a day. I hope Hoover continues to venture into the thriller genre, I will definitely pick up on whatever he writes next.

This book is a MISS. The best kind of chaos. Of those that leave you horrified and tied up and your hair stands on end, you can’t sleep because you can’t put the book down.

Remember that this book contains just about every warning under the sun, and act on it as best suits you. It’s definitely dark at times, and in good conscience you’ll be horrified by the main character’s actions and memories.

Verity is a book within a book. Our eyes and ears in this story are Lowen Ashleigh, a struggling writer trying to follow in the footsteps of a best-selling novelist, Verity Crawford, after Verity is incapacitated after her car hits a tree. Verity is signed to a book series in a series she is writing and it is Lowen who is approached by Verity’s husband, Jeremy Crawford, to act as a pincher.

Thus, at the Crawford residence, Lowen is tasked with not only reading the already published series, but also finding Verity’s schematics to write the remaining books in her place.

This book has a lot to do with Verity, Jeremy, and Lowen, and Verity has an eerie presence throughout. While looking through Verity’s home office for notes, Lowen stumbles upon an unfinished autobiography. As she begins to read it to better understand the woman she is replacing, the layers of a perfect life are peeled off, then peeled off, then scraped off.

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