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By Amélie Antoine Maren Baudet-Lackner | Comments: ( 562 ) | Date: ( Jan 22, 2020 )

November 13, 2015 It was a Paris night that began like so many others until a series of terrorist attacks brought darkness to the City of Light Stirred by the tragic events at the Bataclan music club, One Night in November locks into the hearts and minds of all those whose paths crossed that fateful fall evening A rebellious teenage girl in the throes of a crush A middlNovember 13, 2015 It was a Paris night that began like so many others until a series of terrorist attacks brought darkness to the City of Light Stirred by the tragic events at the Bataclan music club, One Night in November locks into the hearts and minds of all those whose paths crossed that fateful fall evening A rebellious teenage girl in the throes of a crush A middle aged man eager to chase away his buddy s blues A young gay student rejected by his father, but discovering himself Two new parents in need of a date night They went out seeking love, laughter, and music and then the world fell down around them.Using intersecting narratives, award winning author Am lie Antoine choreographs the shocking attack and its aftermath, from grief and devastation to hope and healing.


  • Title: One Night in November
  • Author: Amélie Antoine Maren Baudet-Lackner
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  • Page: 483
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  • Amalia Gavea

    *Disclaimer- Any comments related to religion, politics and History in general, will receive the treatment initiated by Ivar the Boneless and reserved for his enemies in all his outrageous glory. Meaning that melted gold will burn said comments and those who wrote them will be blocked to oblivion. Seriously, you people who have come to to start a fight, don’t try my non-existent patience. It will get you nowhere Unless you’re in for some good swearing to start the day:) *When I started writ [...]


  • violet

    I can't put into words how much I loved this. I'm not ashamed to say that I cried a lot, I sobbed, I hiccuped, I rolled around, reading this book. I got attached to the characters immediately. I knew what would actually happen. I felt like I was digging my own grave but I continued.My only issue is that the author didn't get to tackle Islamophobia. Kudos to the author for conveying emotions so well in her words.I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


  • Rebecca McNutt

    Not many, if any, books have addressed Paris' terrorist attacks of late. One Night in November takes a bold step in dealing with a traumatic, difficult subject and choosing to focus on the light rather than the darkness and uncertainty. Terrorism is a harsh reality we've all had to face in the 21st Century, more-so than ever before, and sadly I find it's breaking us apart as human beings. Terrorism sparks prejudice, fear, mental illness, violence and bigotry, but this amazing book opts to show t [...]


  • Sarah c

    A Very emotional and powerful book one night in November where they go to a concert and a tragedy happens where people are injured or die they explains what happens before and after the aftermath.


  • Marci

    This is a hard book to review since it is fictionalized telling of an actual tragedy that happened in the not-so-distant past. It's the story of an Eagles of Death Metal concert one November night at The Bataclan in Paris. We see the fictionalized characters as they plan an awesome night with friends, family and fellow music fans. Then tragedy strikes and we see what happens when people are trying to help each other survive. After the tragic events have passed we see how it changes the people af [...]


  • Mandy

    This is a moving and powerful response to the terrorist attack on the Bataclan in Paris in November 2015, when so many were killed or injured, and is a fitting tribute to all those affected by the tragedy, victims and families alike. The author take a disparate group of fictional characters and in a series of vignettes shows them getting ready for and going to the event, what happens to them during the attack and how they cope in the aftermath. I certainly shed a tear at one point, as although t [...]


  • Joel

    I read this book to check the prompt of “A book with a time of day in the title” for the 2018 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge. I received my copy of this book via a giveaway, which in no way influenced my opinion of it.One Night in November is fiction based on the 2015 terror attack at a concert in Paris. It weaves the lives of 10 concertgoers in brief chapters that explore the times before, during, and after the attacks. The “before” usually explains how and why the person received their ti [...]


  • Isabel Tavares

    "One Night in November is my tribute to the victims and their loved ones. More than anything else, however, it's a call to remember, because we will forget soon, too soon; we'll move on to other things, like we always do. It's the candle I humbly light, with the hope that it will withstand the wind and the passage of time.I hope that my words will do some good. That my characters are a worthy tribute to all the victims of November 13, 2015.To those who didn't survive, and to those who continue t [...]


  • Heather

    ***I won this book via the Giveaway program. This did not influence my opinion***This book is based on the event that happened in Paris, November 13, 2015. The characters are all fictional. The author intended to pay tribute to all who survived and those who lost their lives by imagining their experiences. For some, this could be an emotional book and difficult to read. For others, it might not go in-depth enough. I grappled with how I felt about it and came to realize that it is a piece of cat [...]


  • Hafsa Z.U

    Disclaimer: Received a free digital copy of the book through Netgalley. #TheReadingQuest: Open World ✔This book was heartwarming and emotional, and the intention of the writer behind writing it felt so real and honest. Thus, it really pains me to give it anything less than 5 stars. However, as much as I could connect with it on an emotional level, there were so many things which could've made this a better read. The plot was based on a real life tragedy and I loved the concept of the ten chara [...]


  • Kathy

    In this book, Amelie Antoine tells the story of several Frenchmen and women who experiences the terrorist attacks of November 13, 2015 in Paris. She begins by telling the reader something about the characters and how and why they got the tickets to the music concert by a well-known, popular band at the Bataclan music club. Each character has his/her own reasons for going to the concert, which are all interesting to learn. The book then shifts to the concert, where the attack occurs, taking the r [...]


  • Joann

    I won this free Kindle book on a Giveaway. I truly didn't know what this book was about till I started it. It is a book about the terrorist attacks of November 13, 2015 in Paris. At first I thought I was reading a first-hand account of some of the people who were there that horrible night and survived, but as the book progressed, I then realized that it was fictional. The author's writing was so well done that she had me believing it was all true. Amelie Antoine tells the story of ten Frenchmen [...]


  • Lori

    This is a work of historical fiction about the massacre by terrorists at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris in November, 2015. Amelie Antoine has created 10 fictional characters, men, women, and children of all ages, a cross section of people to memorialize those who were at that concert and experienced that horror. I was disappointed at first that this was not a first hand account by real people, but the author's afterward explained this and made complete sense. While the descriptions are a bit [...]


  • Debra Belmudes

    This isn't normally the kind of book I would read (I prefer mysteries), but I find myself profoundly touched by the story. As a rookie financial advisor, I had attended training at the World Trade Center just months before the 9-11 disaster. I watched the whole thing live on television, too numb to take it all in and understand what was happening.Similarly, I find myself reacting to ONE NIGHT IN NOVEMBER in the same way. I am casually interested in the lives of those about to be affected by an e [...]


  • Amber

    I received a free copy of this book through ’ First Reads program. This was a vivid retelling of the experiences of different individuals attending the now infamous 2015 Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan. The book is broken into 3 sections: before, during, and after. The author pulls you right into the story from the beginning, and the characters, though fictional, are so very true to life that it really drives home the tragedy of the event. The story doesn’t seek to explain why [...]


  • Sandra M Stott

    Mixed FeelingsI must agree with all the positive reviews about this book. It was beautifully and sympathetically written and I am sure the author had good reason to write it. However, I came back to it several times before I downloaded it. I couldn't get away from the feeling of guilt that I was reading a supposed work of fiction based on so recent a tragedy. I wonder how anyone who had been there, or lost a loved one, would feel reading this, knowing that money was being made from it's sale. I [...]


  • Amyruszkiewicz

    This was awful. Completely hamfisted and heavy handed and read like a college sophomore taking his first creative writing class. The author is capitalising off of and commercialising a horrible tragedy.November 13th in Paris happened. Very real people died and very real people, less than two years later, are still processing very raw scars. Instead of telling their stories the author opts to just make up imaginary people and speculate on how they might feel. Those are the stories we should be he [...]


  • Geoff

    Speechless.I bought this some time ago, but I didn't get around to reading it until after Las Vegas. And. wow. Don't start this unless you have a couple of hours free, with no distractions or commitments, because once you start you can't stop. You could call it a fatal fascination, knowing what everything is leading up to, but the emotions are more complicated than that. I finished this 10 minutes ago, after reading it straight through, and my muscles are still knotted tight.I hope I sleep ok.


  • Gail Wylde

    I really enjoyed (if that is the right word) this book. It follows the story of 10 very different people caught up in the Bataclan shooting in Paris in November 2015. We follow the stories leading up to, during and after. I felt the characters were all very believable and beautifully written. I know they are fictional but they felt very real.I will admit to reading this book with a great big lump in my throat and would like to thank the author and Netgalley for giving me the chance to read this [...]


  • Theresa Wade

    This is the first book I have read by Amelie Antonie. This is a very interesting book. I was 100% sure until the end if the story of the 10 people were real and actual accounts. Even though it was not I do see how writing or reading about these 10 people could be therapy for people who actually experienced this tragedy. With all of the sadness and heart felt stories of these 10 people, I kind of a wish it was the true accounts. People may not want to read such a book because of the tragedy of No [...]


  • Suellen

    This book is the fictional account of an actual event. It's a character study about some of the victims of the terror attack in Paris at the Eagles of Death Metal concert on November 13, 2015. Approximately 120 people died at that concert. This book follows about 10 people before, during, and after the attack. 3 of 5 stars = I liked it


  • Amanda

    Reading this book in public is a definite no no if you don't want people to stare at you because you suddenly burst into tears. It was very hard to read how ten Frenchmen and women cope with the terrorist attack in Paris back in November 2015. It is beautiful, even though i did not enjoy the first 3/4 of the book as much as the 1/4 of the last.I would recommend it to other people!


  • Ashley Hite

    Emotional fueled novel centered around the lives of 10 victims of the Bataclan terror attacks in Paris. This story is not focused on the violence and the horror of that grisly night in November 2015 but an attempt to pay homage to those who were there. Beautiful and heart wrenching, I highly recommend this novel.


  • mrs margaret burroughs

    Exceptionally good book, can't rate 5, just out of respect, but so made me think of the horror of that wicked attack.It's a fact / fiction book, well written, sad, but very respectful to human reactions, their strengths and failings, but pure reaction.No one ever knows how they would react until it happens xx


  • Betty G. Bourquein

    Triumph Over TragedyAmelia Antoine writes as she thinks people deal with senseless violence, the unexpected loss of a loved one, or the guilt associated with the failure to met one's own expectations. Highly relevant today, the book deals with primal responses to tragedy. Fictional but factual.


  • Randy Nelson

    Brighten your mind.Authentic fiction about a real event that happened that takes you brilliantly through the process of overcoming a tragedy from the possible perspective of those who endured it. Excellent read that gives any reader a brighter feel for life.


  • Patti L Bennett

    AfterwordI had many questions and criticism until I completed and re-read "Afterword". I now better appreciate the reasoning behind this work. We must battle through the war of terror. Thank You for this journey through these 10 characters.


  • NefariousWhim

    ~I received this kindle book from entering a giveaway. This didn't influence my opinion.~One Night in November is a beautifully written tribute to a tragic event. The story tugged at my heart strings and gave me the chills.


  • Kim Austin

    This fictional book, inspired by the terrorist attack in Paris will give you goosebumps and make you think. It's a must read and I will recommend it to all my friends.


  • Jackie Mungle

    I liked it, wasn't what I normally read, but it was a very good read. I hate giving away any thing that might spoil the book for others


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