Still Me

Still Me

Jojo Moyes / Jul 22, 2019

Still Me From the New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes a new book featuring her iconic heroine of Me Before You and After You Louisa ClarkLouisa Clark arrives in New York rea

  • Title: Still Me
  • Author: Jojo Moyes
  • ISBN: Still Me
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  • Page: 305
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  • From the 1 New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes, a new book featuring her iconic heroine of Me Before You and After You, Louisa ClarkLouisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles She steps into the world of the superric From the 1 New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes, a new book featuring her iconic heroine of Me Before You and After You, Louisa ClarkLouisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles She steps into the world of the superrich, working for Leonard Gopnik and his much younger second wife, Agnes Lou is determined to get the most out of the experience and throws herself into her new job and New York life.As she begins to mix in New York high society, Lou meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past Before long, Lou finds herself torn between Fifth Avenue where she works and the treasure filled vintage clothing store where she actually feels at home And when matters come to a head, she has to ask herself Who is Louisa Clark And how do you find the courage to follow your heart wherever that may lead Funny, romantic, and poignant, Still Me follows Lou as she discovers who she is and who she was always meant to be and to live boldly in her brave new world Get A Copy Kindle Store UKOnline StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 416 pages Published October 23rd 2018 by Penguin Books first published January 30th 2018 More Details Original Title Still Me ISBN 039956246X ISBN13 9780399562464 Series Me Before You 3 Characters Louisa Lou Clark, Agnes Gopnik setting New York City, New York United States New York State United States 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book to the me before you series i did not like the ending she found love I do not understand why she walked away maybe to continue the story but I seen the kindle price is to high for my pockets sorry Lou not that like one year ago See all 4 answers Mermaid Spoiler Alert Warning is always appreciated Dear Agony is off my list of books to read After You is spoiled as well because of this post flag See all 29 questions about Still Me Lists with This Book 2018 What Women Born In The 1970s Read In 2018 7,005 books 827 voters What Women Born in the 90 s Have Read in 2018 2,302 books 247 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Sep 27, 2017 Stephanie marked it as to read review of another edition Do we really need this series to continue Whatever, I ll still read it flag 920 likesLike see review View all 72 comments Aug 17, 2017 Melissa rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves 2018, sweet, womens fiction 3.75 stars Two books post game changer and I have to wonder, would any follow up to Me Before You be impressive enough to rival the thought provoking circumstances or raw emotion Louisa and Will s story evoked from the masses At this point, I think not The takeaway here some things should be left to stand on their own.Why Jojo Moyes felt compelled to take a story as emotionally charged as Me Before You and drag it out to a trilogy, I ll never understand Was it a burning desire on her part to 3.75 stars Two books post game changer and I have to wonder, would any follow up to Me Before You be impressive enough to rival the thought provoking circumstances or raw emotion Louisa and Will s story evoked from the masses At this point, I think not The takeaway here some things should be left to stand on their own.Why Jojo Moyes felt compelled to take a story as emotionally charged as Me Before You and drag it out to a trilogy, I ll never understand Was it a burning desire on her part to continue Louisa s story that led to After You book 2 or of an opportunity to exploit the success of Me Before You Is it possible Still Me book 3 was viewed as a chance to right all of the squandered opportunities we suffered through in After You or again, of a sales play Either way, I won t deny, this third installment was a much enjoyable read than the prior Although, arguably, unnecessary in the grand scheme of things Regardless of the fact that Me Before You is a book I ve recommended than any other, I hesitated to commit to Still Me and for good reason Within the 370 pages of After You, Jojo Moyes created a scenario that worked against it s predecessor, tainting the memory of one of the most pivotal and adored characters The crutch she rested on felt cheap, overused and left me second guessing my feelings for the original story Let me tell you, that s a wretched place to be Not to mention, Lou s storyline failed to advance enough to even justify the sequel, making After You feel like little than a throwaway Third time book is a charm Well, sort of This is in line with what I initially envisioned for a continuation of Lou s story, but it s far from perfect With this final installment let s hope , Jojo Moyes captures that version of Lou readers initially fell for the quirky clothes horse who stood out in a crowd for simply being herself and delivers a journey of self discovery.This story lacks a bit in the emotional depth department, specifically with regards to the relationships and people Lou surrounds herself with, but it was entertaining enough to keep me engaged What I didn t like a few of the storylines felt unresolved Agnes , quite a few characters felt inconsistent Josh, Sam and Mrs De Witt and the messages along the way were a bit muddled If you re even remotely considering this one, I would say, go for it Even if for nothing other than the times Lou reminisces about Will The snippets of Will throughout letters written to his mother from his own time in New York and his anecdotes about life that pop up when Lou needs them most acted as a salve of sorts, healing some of my past disappointments and reigniting those feelings I experienced with their unforgettable beginning.Regardless of the fact that this go round with Lou was a much positive experience than the last, I feel strongly that this should be the final goodbye to the eccentric Londoner New Yorker Let s just hope Jojo Moyes and her publisher agree flag 361 likesLike see review View all 114 comments Oct 30, 2017 Debra rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves netgalley I think at some point, dear, you re going to have to work out who Louisa Clark is I don t think there needed to be a trilogy I really don t Let me start by saying I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED Me Before you It literally blew me away I read it twice and have seen the movie three times I think it is Moyes Swan song It doesn t get any better than that which is why the two books which followed could not live up to their predecessor.In this book we see our much loved Louisa Clarke moving to New Yor I think at some point, dear, you re going to have to work out who Louisa Clark is I don t think there needed to be a trilogy I really don t Let me start by saying I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED Me Before you It literally blew me away I read it twice and have seen the movie three times I think it is Moyes Swan song It doesn t get any better than that which is why the two books which followed could not live up to their predecessor.In this book we see our much loved Louisa Clarke moving to New York City to be the assistant to a wealthy young socialite A socialite who is not much liked by others in her social circles as her husband was once married to their friend A friend he divorced to marry his much younger massage therapist Before she is even over her jet lag, Louisa is running in central park, shopping and attending fancy social events She is thrown into a glamorous life one that is much different from the life she lived in England with her paramedic boyfriend, Sam.While out and about she meets a man named Josh Ryan who bears a striking resemblance to someone from her past They form a friendship while Louisa pines for Sam and throws herself into the NYC high society social circle Louisa continues to be quirky and finds herself in various situations both comedic and sad There will be misunderstandings, new friends, broken hearts, miscommunication, deceit and mayhem.In this book, Louisa takes Will s advice from Me Before you You only get one life It s actually your duty to live it as fully as possible She does take chances and tries to be her own person but sadly, it didn t really pay off for me in this book It was a solid 3 star book for me I hoped it would be better I can t fault he writing, the writing is good but the story lagged in places for me Again, I think she should have left well enough alone Good not great Thank you to Penguin Group Viking and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.See of my reviews at openbookpost flag 296 likesLike see review View all 61 comments Aug 29, 2017 Ihcene rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves contemporary, romance, favorites WHY AM I JUST FINDING OUT ABOUT THIS MORE LOU HELL YEAH.EDIT So, Hallelujah I finally finished this book, I ve been so busy lately and had so little time left for reading but I did it Do I think we needed a third book Honestly, no Am I glad we go a third book ABSOLUTELY.Louisa Clark is a character that will probably stay with you forever, I mean Hell, I still think about Me Before You till this day and I never regret going into this series, I love it I m always delighted to know about h WHY AM I JUST FINDING OUT ABOUT THIS MORE LOU HELL YEAH.EDIT So, Hallelujah I finally finished this book, I ve been so busy lately and had so little time left for reading but I did it Do I think we needed a third book Honestly, no Am I glad we go a third book ABSOLUTELY.Louisa Clark is a character that will probably stay with you forever, I mean Hell, I still think about Me Before You till this day and I never regret going into this series, I love it I m always delighted to know about her and her life, it s like going on an adventure to be honest, it s an amazing experience.So in this book we learn about the next stage in Louisa s new life, New York We learn in the second book about her new job as a personal assistant and we get to explore it in this book, so you can imagine how life must be for her, English woman living alone in New York, away from her boyfriend Sam, with no relatives whatsoever except for Nathan who seems to have built a life for himself there so she can t exactly rely on him The story follows her life there as an immigrant struggling to meet ends for her employer while also trying to cope with the changes in her life following Will s words You re going to feel uncomfortable in your new world for a bit It always does feel strange to be knocked out of your comfort zone Following a new series of events Lou finds herself facing other challenges trying to make something out of herself and not just the plain Louisa Clark from Stortfold I think at some point, dear, you re going to have to work out who Louisa Clark really is I loved that part, especially It was nice seeing her embracing her real identity and staying true to herself What s even exciting was seeing Sam stands by her side all this time, I was obsessed with the letters Overall, I think this book was really a nice addition and it makes up for the second book, I was hooked from the start and it gave Lou s story a nice closure and the happy ending she totally DESERVES flag 252 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Feb 16, 2018 Alejandro rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves novel, drama, romance, humor Hello again, Louisa Clark NEW YORK, NEW YORK Books teach you empathy. I enjoyed a lot reading this book, since after three novels counting this one , Louisa Clark, is already a literary character that it s always a wonderful experience to read about.Louisa Clark goes to her next phase in her life, this time leaving her native England to go to work at New York She has to leave her family, her friends and her boyfriend, Ambulance Sam, only Nathan is with her, since it was him who helped her Hello again, Louisa Clark NEW YORK, NEW YORK Books teach you empathy. I enjoyed a lot reading this book, since after three novels counting this one , Louisa Clark, is already a literary character that it s always a wonderful experience to read about.Louisa Clark goes to her next phase in her life, this time leaving her native England to go to work at New York She has to leave her family, her friends and her boyfriend, Ambulance Sam, only Nathan is with her, since it was him who helped her to get the job as personal assistant of the new wife of a very important and rich man, living at the famous Fifth Avenue, but you will get to know several places around the city that never sleeps, becoming another resident there as well as Lou.Jojo s narrative which turn into the very voice and thoughts of Louisa, take us to New York in a way that you can watch each building, you can feel each street, you can taste each weather.Something that I love about Jojo Moyes books at least Louisa Clark s saga that you learn empathy as the chosen quote clearly indicates , since you never has to rush to conclusions about the people that you meet, the same as in the first book and the second one too, characters that maybe get your nerves, you need to be patient, since you never know how relevant an unexpected character can be for the fate of Louisa Clark, the same as our own lives.You have to be true to yourself, don t look for doing bad things on purpose to others, never look for revenge, keep your soul and heart clean, and don t look for unnecesary enemies, since life will give you enough unavoidable foes, for helping to add others to the list, even since life doesn t help you giving people white hats or black hats , life isn t like an old western movie where isn t that hard to know who is good or bad out there.There are people that it s easy to know that can be a valuable friendship for you, but others won t be so easy to recognize be cautious, think before talk, and always do what you think is right There s always something. Lou keeps trying her best to do her tasks in the best possible way, and certainly she will put to test when duty and righteousness, will become one single mess, not making easy to know how to act at certain times.Also, Lou will have to be strong about her own personality and the little things that made her like what truly is and don t betray herself Only Louisa Clark can be Louisa Clark and the literary world would be a sad place without her In the same way, only you can be you in our world, so don t make changes in your very foundation of what makes you, you.Moreover, beside to learn about the new life of Lou in New York, you ll be able to learn about the Clark family and the Traynors too After three books counting this one , they re like part of our own family too, since it has been quite a journey since we meet for the first time to Lou when she was fired from the coffee shop, never imagining all the stuff that she ll do from then on and all the incredible people that will get into Lou s life.For better or worse, always modeling into unexpected levels the life of our Lou Your life it s never quite, is it, love Thank you, Jojo, for giving us once again Lou and being able to walk side by side with her for a third time flag 199 likesLike see review View all 30 comments Nov 22, 2017 Pauline rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves netgalley, favorites I absolutely loved Me Before You and After You so I was delighted to read the first chapter of Still Me Reading about Louisa is like meeting an old friend I was hooked from the first sentence and can t wait to read the rest of the book It was lovely to find out that she is in New York starting a new job and still the same adorable character Thank you Jojo Moyes for bringing Louisa back to us flag 179 likesLike see review View all 12 comments Feb 05, 2018 Larry H rated it really liked it review of another edition Few people can leave me emotionally jumbled quite like Jojo Moyes can The first book of hers I read, Me Before You , literally had me ugly crying, and I ll admit a healthy sob or two while reading its sequel, After You Even one of Moyes standalone books, The Girl You Left Behind , left me puffy eyed.Now Louisa Clark returns in a third book, Still Me While not as sob inducing as the first two, Moyes still knows how to play my feelings like a piano, and it was wonderful to be back with t Few people can leave me emotionally jumbled quite like Jojo Moyes can The first book of hers I read, Me Before You , literally had me ugly crying, and I ll admit a healthy sob or two while reading its sequel, After You Even one of Moyes standalone books, The Girl You Left Behind , left me puffy eyed.Now Louisa Clark returns in a third book, Still Me While not as sob inducing as the first two, Moyes still knows how to play my feelings like a piano, and it was wonderful to be back with these characters I ve come to know over the last few years.Lou once promised someone special to her that she d live boldly But after rebuilding her life following crushing grief, she s finally gotten the courage to do just that, accepting a job working for an ultra rich family in New York City She leaves her family and her boyfriend behind and heads to America, ready to say yes to everything life has to offer her You re going to feel uncomfortable in your new world for a bit It always does feel strange to be knocked out of your comfort zone Working as the assistant to Agnes Gopnik, the much younger second wife of a tremendously wealthy financier and philanthropist, Louisa gets to see first hand that you can have everything you ve dreamed of and yet still be crushingly unhappy Agnes loathes being on public display, judged by the gossipy, vindictive friends of her husband s first wife, yet she is forced to travel in the same social circles She knows her stepdaughter hates her, knows their housekeeper likes nothing than to torment her Yet she finds a kindred spirit in Louisa, in that they re both struggling to be present in two very different worlds You always have one foot in two places You can never be truly happy because, from the moment you leave, you are two selves, and wherever you are one half of you is always calling to the other This is our price, Louisa This is the cost of who we are It isn t easy juggling her responsibilities with thinking about her boyfriend and her family back home, all of whom seem to have made great strides in their lives since she s been gone Louisa likes being in the middle of fancy New York society but sees how it could feel so lonely, and sometimes is torn between the glitz and glamour, and the comforting security she feels at an endangered library in Washington Heights, or a vintage clothing store which helps feed her unique fashion sense.When Louisa finds herself in an untenable position because of secrets that have been shared with her, she is unsure where to turn, a situation not helped by her anxieties over her foundering relationship with her boyfriend at home It takes meeting two people an elderly woman who knows all about doing it your own way no matter the cost, and a wealthy young man who reminds her of someone she misses dearly to show her the choices she needs to make, and the importance of remaining true to who you are The key was making sure that anyone you allowed to walk beside you didn t get to decide which you were, and pin you down like a butterfly in a case The key was to know that you could always somehow find a way to reinvent yourself again Still Me was really enjoyable and definitely poignant in places It s a powerful meditation on being true to yourself, no matter how many people want you to do otherwise, and the struggles doing so may cause It s also a story about the importance of saying what you think, of expressing how you feel which these characters were definitely not good at , or else what occurs around you might not be what you wanted.There aren t a lot of surprises in this book there were many times when something happened and I thought to myself, Ah, so this will happen at some point, and I wasn t ever wrong But that didn t bother me as much as it might with other books, because these characters are so engaging, and Moyes storytelling just draws you in and feels comfortable and familiar You could read this book without reading the first two, but you have no idea what you re missing, particularly with Me Before You Still Me didn t quite blow me away, but I devoured the book anyway Louisa is just one of those characters you root for even as she s making missteps, and it s so good to spend time with her and her family again This is a series that keeps on giving the feels, that is See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoria, or check out my list of the best books I read in 2017 at flag 161 likesLike see review View all 28 comments Nov 05, 2017 Matthew rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves 2018, audio, library, general fiction, tear jerkers, gr_awards_2019 I am a Louisa Clark fan I have enjoyed all three books in this series and I wish Louisa was a personal friend of mine Following her ups and downs and all the things she learns along the way is a real treat Each book she brings something along from the previous book s , but each book also stands on its own.I will say that I think I enjoyed this one than After You Something about the story made it feel like a direct sequel to Me Before You Not that I was hoping it would be or that be I am a Louisa Clark fan I have enjoyed all three books in this series and I wish Louisa was a personal friend of mine Following her ups and downs and all the things she learns along the way is a real treat Each book she brings something along from the previous book s , but each book also stands on its own.I will say that I think I enjoyed this one than After You Something about the story made it feel like a direct sequel to Me Before You Not that I was hoping it would be or that being like the first makes it better It was just nice to return to a story that felt like what I remembered from the first.For sequels, the question is often asked do I need to read the previous books I think that this one offers enough background from the earlier books and doesn t lean too much on their content so that you could read this without the others if you really wanted to But, I think that it is worth giving the whole series a go.If you are into slightly cheesy tear jerkers that warm your soul and tug the heart strings, acquaint yourself with Louisa Clark I gaurantee you won t regret it flag 142 likesLike see review View all 12 comments Feb 21, 2018 James rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves 1 fiction, 3 multi book series, 9 read 2018 02 february Why This Book I enjoyed the first two books in the Me Before You series, then I won the third one, Still Me, by Jojo Moyes, in a Giveaway I was quite excited and nervous, as I adored the first book but thought the second was just decent good I am very glad to say this third one is much closer to the first Approach Style I read an advance copy of this 378 page paperback novel in about 5 hours during a two day period It goes very quickly as the story is quite intriguing Why This Book I enjoyed the first two books in the Me Before You series, then I won the third one, Still Me, by Jojo Moyes, in a Giveaway I was quite excited and nervous, as I adored the first book but thought the second was just decent good I am very glad to say this third one is much closer to the first Approach Style I read an advance copy of this 378 page paperback novel in about 5 hours during a two day period It goes very quickly as the story is quite intriguing the writing feels effortlessly natural It s broken into 35 chapters, which makes each about ten pages long The book is told in first person POV with the perspective focused on Louisa A few chapters have letters, emails or news articles to help push the story forward It s the third in a series and well worth the read to spend with the brilliance of the characters and the backdrop Plot, Characters Setting Louisa moves to Park Avenue in NYC to help her friend Nathan who looks after an upper class family She ll be a friend or assistant to Agnes, the younger second wife of Mr Gopnik who was mentioned in the second book There are various other staff in the Gopnik household and apartment building who Louisa interacts with, as well as some new friends she makes in NYC Lou goes home for Christmas to visit her parents and sister, as well as continues to date Sam, the paramedic, from prior books The story is about her acclimation to a different kind of life than she had in England, as well as the process to help her figure out who she wants to be Despite all that s happened to her, she still has to learn I love that about this story There s romance, mystery, secrets, friendships, touristy fun, and decisions to make Key Thoughts Jojo Moyes is a phenomenal storyteller I adore her characters, settings and scenes I may be partial as I know a lot of the places in the book since it takes place in NYC however, even when Lou is just wandering around with no real plot, it s brilliant writing The setting is always described in the perfect amount of detail with just enough for my imagination to fill in the blanks.The characters are very real and familiar I ve seen them before in reality and other books, but there s something special about their dialogue and how they relate to one another in this book I whipped so fast through Still Me, as I just couldn t put it down you think I ll just spend 30 minutes before bed, then find yourself 200 pages in and ready for Lou s journey is a combination of the first two books It takes the reality from the second book with the emotions from the first book, then smashes them together in a final wrapper on discovering what makes Lou still me I can t say enough good things about this book I won t spoil the ending, but that may be the only thing that I was a little eh on, in terms of how she ends up relationship wise In this book, she struggles with long distance Sam, meets someone new, and has to figure out what s right for her Part of me saw a different ending, but this one still worked Ultimately, I love Lou she might be one of my favorite literary characters Summary I will definitely pick up another Moyes book after the three in this series, I know she s an author I will enjoy for many years I m grateful to the friend who introduced me to this series flag 128 likesLike see review View all 21 comments Jan 24, 2019 kat rated it did not like it review of another edition what a waste of TIME flag 117 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Sep 01, 2018 Charlotte May rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves contemporary recent, favourites, illness mental terminal, romance, sisters, tear jerker We who travelled far from home would always have our hearts in two places I was so pleasantly surprised by this one I didn t think much of book 2, and I absolutely adored book 1 so I honestly didn t know what to expect.Lou has taken her new and exciting job in New York and moved her life over there, meanwhile her handsome boyfriend Sam remains at home in Storfold At over 400 pages I was worried there wouldn t be enough plot to keep me interested, but heck I was wrong We follow Lou as she s We who travelled far from home would always have our hearts in two places I was so pleasantly surprised by this one I didn t think much of book 2, and I absolutely adored book 1 so I honestly didn t know what to expect.Lou has taken her new and exciting job in New York and moved her life over there, meanwhile her handsome boyfriend Sam remains at home in Storfold At over 400 pages I was worried there wouldn t be enough plot to keep me interested, but heck I was wrong We follow Lou as she settles into her new job as Personal Assistant to Agnes Gopnik, new wife to the awfully rich Leonard Gopnik much to his ex wife s dismay.To begin with Lou and Agnes get on like an absolute house of fire Lou is invited to all the swanky New York events and gets to discover an entirely different lifestyle.However, nothing good ever lasts with Lou and suddenly she finds her entire world thrown upside down Throw in the long distance dramas with Sam and I was hooked The parts with Sam really got to me, as I know first hand how god awful distance can be for a relationship, and I desperately wanted things to work out for them For the first time since I had arrived in America I had an almost physical sense of being in the wrong place, as if I were being tugged by invisible cords to somewhere a million miles away Overall I loved all the new characters we are introduced to, including the doorman and his family, the 2 girls who run the vintage clothes store and the elderly neighbour with her mental dog.I love Lou as a character, she is so ridiculously relatable and I see parts of myself in her It was wonderful to see her story continue, she deserves happiness and I am glad that Jojo Moyes gave it to her 3 I think at some point, dear, you re going to have to figure out who Louisa Clark really is This was so bloody sweet attempts to blink back tears but fails Rtc flag 118 likesLike see review View all 10 comments Mar 10, 2018 Susanne Strong rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves audiobooks 4 Stars.Louisa Clark has arrived In New York that is Her old friend Nathan has gotten her a job as an assistant to Agnes Gopnik, a wealthy married woman who has trouble fitting in and who than anything, needs a friend For Louisa its an opportunity To see the world and to do what Will always told her to do And this time, Louisa takes it New York NEW YORK For Lou however, moving to New York has brought about lots of challenges Lou has to leave Sam her new boyfriend and though they 4 Stars.Louisa Clark has arrived In New York that is Her old friend Nathan has gotten her a job as an assistant to Agnes Gopnik, a wealthy married woman who has trouble fitting in and who than anything, needs a friend For Louisa its an opportunity To see the world and to do what Will always told her to do And this time, Louisa takes it New York NEW YORK For Lou however, moving to New York has brought about lots of challenges Lou has to leave Sam her new boyfriend and though they agreed to try a long distance relationship it turns out to be quite the bumpy ride, but then with Louisa, you d expect nothing less While in New York, Louisa meets someone, a man who reminds her of her Will and it throws Louisa for a loop, and when Sam sees him, it throws him for one too New York is both everything and nothing like Louisa Clark expected She has to fight for what she wants and fight hard and in doing so Louisa finally finds what she has been lacking, her sense of self In my opinion, Still Me by Jojo Moyes far surpassed After You Though nothing compares to the first book in the series, Me Before You, I am glad that I continued on and read about Louisa Clark s next adventure as there is something utterly endearing about Ms Clark I listened to the audiobook of this novel and it rocked I highly recommend it.Published on , and Twitter on 3.10.18 flag 115 likesLike see review View all 49 comments Feb 05, 2018 Maria Clara rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves jojo moyes Madre de Dios Qu manera de escribir tiene esta mujer a n estoy sufriendo Y asimilando lo que queda detr s de las palabras Sencillamente precioso Un oda a la vida y al carpe d em flag 100 likesLike see review View all 15 comments May 03, 2018 Elyse Walters rated it it was amazing review of another edition Audiobookrrated by Anna ActonLouisa Clarke.orable integrity girl is charming as can be in Still Me Vintage Clothing Oh my gosh of course Authentic garments Authentic girl are both alternatives to be admired and loved.Dean Martin that the best dog s name or what for London girl living in New York for the first time Kiss kiss kiss Me Before You.5 Stars After You.3 Stars Still Me 4.5 Stars flag 97 likesLike see review View all 34 comments Jan 31, 2018 Katerina rated it it was ok review of another edition This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Long review ahead Read at your own discretion I do sincerely hope Jojo Moyes reads this I understand Me Before You has a fond place in many people s heart I m sure most have heard, or seen its movie make In the entirety of the series, I can truthfully say this is the most unfulfilling, saddening book, because it has done an injustice to its protagonist Louisa Clark deserves better Across these books, it s impossible not to notice that she has the kindest, most selfless heart, yet she cont Long review ahead Read at your own discretion I do sincerely hope Jojo Moyes reads this I understand Me Before You has a fond place in many people s heart I m sure most have heard, or seen its movie make In the entirety of the series, I can truthfully say this is the most unfulfilling, saddening book, because it has done an injustice to its protagonist Louisa Clark deserves better Across these books, it s impossible not to notice that she has the kindest, most selfless heart, yet she continues to fall in love with selfish men Men, who ultimately are charming but in likeness are also bullies Her selflessness is her downfall because she leaves behind her pride, and her own sense of self s value to be stomped on Me Before You revolves around Louisa becoming the companion of Will Traynor, a man who is paralysed and permanently stuck in a cynical state What initially begins as a hateful employer employee relationship slowly transforms into friendship and later love, until we come to a penultimate ending where Will commits euthanasia It was the rawest book I have ever read Saying that, I was not blind to Will s flaws and the way he incessantly reminded Louisa that she was this small town girl who simply had to live whereby his definition of living included an exploration of the world Yes, Louisa blossomed under new experiences, but there was an almost manipulative quality to the way he would push her sometimes as if, should she not strive for all these new things with this potential he has noticed in her, then she simply accepts to being a no body There s an emphasis on how Louisa would never be an object of lust I say the word object loosely, but rather one of love Someone who you don t take notice of instantaneously but mould in order to love He fit her into a brighter, new shiny model of Louisa Clark It seemed to me no one accepts Lou as she is Me After You begins eighteen months after Will s suicide Louisa is stuck in a spiral of grief, unable to grasp her footing on how she will fulfil the promise she made to Will the promise to live and experience new things The shift in herself only begins after she unexpectedly meets the sixteen year old daughter Will never knew he had And somewhere amongst the chaos, she begins to date a paramedic named Sam, quite possibly the least romantic and least passionate man to star as a leading hero in a book In Still Me , Louisa finally sets off in search for an adventure in New York with a new job She s bright eyed and positive and fearless I admire Lou s fearlessness She s not home sick, yet there is an acute loss of the people in her life, and a homely atmosphere You always have one foot in two places You can never be truly happy because, from the moment you leave, you are two selves, and wherever you are one half of you is always calling to the other This is our price, Louisa This is the cost of who we are The long distance relationship between herself and Sam has become a strain No one puts in effort with Louisa and they only do once they have lost her and suddenly see her value It is quite possibly the most real, and disheartening thing to read about She begged Sam in the first three months of her move that he write her emails and letters and update her on all the small bits of his life so they are still there for one another But he s very dismissive of her wishes, and puts little to no emotional effort in their relationship Instead when he comes down to visit her, he pushes blame that she has left him, and changed in this new place It seemed he was determined to sour any of the time they did spend together He doesn t appreciate any of the small things she does to keep him in her life, and it was this very ignorance that made me resent him because it is the recipe to a relationship ending Instead, Lou learns he has a new female partner at work, and as information filters through alongside what can only be called a woman s intuition, Lou knows this lady named Kate clearly is into Sam, yet when Louisa announces her feelings, Sam blows up at her Instead he gets jealous over a man named Josh who was helpful when she was stuck in a tricky situation A man who resembles Will in looks only Lou who cuts Josh off out of deference to Sam once she realises that he bothers him Yet he does not pay her the same curtesy Instead he goes out with Katie to bars, they take close body to body pictures, they have drinks, he goes over to her flat fixing her wardrobe Spending working hours in the company of a woman who is interested is almost understandable, yet spending non working hours in the company of a woman who you know bothers your girlfriend clearly shows you do not respect her wishes Those are not the actions of a boyfriend but of a man looking for the opportunity to cheat When Louisa returns earlier than expected for Christmas and plans to surprise Sam, she witnesses this She walked across the carriage saying something unclear, her voice muffled by the glass, her hair clipped up and tumbling in soft curls around her face She was wearing a man s T shirt his and holding a wine bottle, and I saw him shake his head And then, as he bent over the stove, she walked up behind him and placed her hands on his neck, leaning towards him and rubbing the muscles around it with small circular motions of her thumbs, a movement that seemed born of familiarity Her thumbnails were painted deep pink As I stood there, my breath stalled in my chest, he leant his head back, his eyes closed, as if surrendering himself to her fierce little hands.And then he turned to face her, smiling, his head tilted to one side, and she stepped back, laughing, and raised a glass to him This is one of the points when I respected Lou, because she breaks it off in one sweep I m sorry, he said finally About the other night I never wanted to Well, it was badly judged I shook my head I couldn t speak any I didn t sleep with her If you won t hear anything else, I do need you to hear that You said He looked up You said nobody would ever hurt me again You said that When you came to New York My voice emerged from somewhere in my chest I never thought for a moment you would be the one to do it And Sam just lets her go just as he tried to keep her, without passion No one really listens to Louisa in her life her boyfriend, her family, hell maybe even Will when he was alive No one appreciates her for who she is, not really Lou later dates Josh, who again tries to change her She accommodates him, changing her style trying to fit into the model of a corporate girlfriend To me, Louisa loses her sense of individuality when she is coupled off with a man, doing whatever she can to sate and please him, yet this behaviour does not extend to herself from her partner And only when Sam learns that she is dating Josh does he begin to write letters wanting her back After months And do you know what that showed me as a reader That he was concerned about a prospective man, and Louisa s attention and life moving further away than he was preoccupied with her and who she is I suppose he did end up with Katie, and it didn t work out, but the situation wasn t explained there at all, other than a few short sentences in a letter I m not with Katie I wasn t when I last saw you I don t want to say too much but it became clear pretty quickly that we are very different people, and that I had made a huge mistake If I m honest, I think I knew it from the start It wasn t a mistake, it was sacrilege, and if Lou had any pride she wouldn t have given him a second chance Only at the end does Louisa take control of her life and go after a career that truly makes her happy The return of Sam and their reunion was the possibly worst ending for me It was a grave injustice to the spark that is Louisa Clark She should have left him, and his fucking fuckery self behind, looking towards the future Not having to continuously rely or need a man, but being her own independent, loveable self She never needed Sam, or Josh She just needed the catalyst that was Will flag 86 likesLike see review View all 26 comments Nov 29, 2017 Caro the Helmet Lady marked it as to read review of another edition Shelves unpublished OMG she s gonna milk this cow till it bleeds it seems I don t know what to think, to be honest Adding it just to piss myself off flag 86 likesLike see review View all 10 comments Jan 25, 2018 Heather rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves literary fiction 3.75 5This is the 3rd book in the Me Before You series I was pleasantly surprised I didn t love it but I enjoyed it I am a huge fan of Louisa her personality and I enjoyed the journey she took in this novel I didn t love the 2nd book, After You so I did go into this one with a little hesitation but it was a sweet book about discovering yourself I don t know if it needed to be written but I enjoyed the story nonetheless I didn t love the ending but overall like I keep saying it w 3.75 5This is the 3rd book in the Me Before You series I was pleasantly surprised I didn t love it but I enjoyed it I am a huge fan of Louisa her personality and I enjoyed the journey she took in this novel I didn t love the 2nd book, After You so I did go into this one with a little hesitation but it was a sweet book about discovering yourself I don t know if it needed to be written but I enjoyed the story nonetheless I didn t love the ending but overall like I keep saying it was an adorable, quirky book flag 84 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Feb 16, 2018 Theresa Alan rated it really liked it review of another edition I loved Me Before You and enjoyed After You, two books I recommend you read before you read the third book in the trilogy, Still Me In Still Me, Louisa keeps her promise to Will, her love from book one, to say yes to new opportunities This opportunity brings her from her home in England and her hunky boyfriend the paramedic Sam to New York City to be the assistant to a wealthy young wife of a wildly rich man Louisa acts like something of an emotional bodyguard for Agnes against the society wo I loved Me Before You and enjoyed After You, two books I recommend you read before you read the third book in the trilogy, Still Me In Still Me, Louisa keeps her promise to Will, her love from book one, to say yes to new opportunities This opportunity brings her from her home in England and her hunky boyfriend the paramedic Sam to New York City to be the assistant to a wealthy young wife of a wildly rich man Louisa acts like something of an emotional bodyguard for Agnes against the society women who assumed she stole Leonard from his first wife because she was just after his money and citizenship she s from Poland There are perks to her job, like going to charity balls in 3,000 dollar dress purchased by her employer, but it puts a huge strain on her relationship with Sam Can they make the long distance thing work, or is this going to be the end of them I laughed and teared up at this book Moyes does a great job of a putting the character in a terrible situation where you think Oh no, how is she going to get out of this I just didn t laugh quite as hard or cry as much as I did in Me Before You Still, this novel is worth your time For of my reviews, please visit flag 88 likesLike see review View all 18 comments Oct 09, 2017 Pauline rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves netgalley I was delighted to win a copy of Still Me by Jojo Moyes in a competition from Penguin House UK Michael Joseph and NetGalley I decided to reread Me Before You and After You which are the first two books in the series again to remind me of Louisa s story so far Reading about Louisa is like visiting an old friend I loved this book and read it in two days because I did not want to put it down I was hooked from the first sentence and absolutely loved being able to read about Louisa s adventure I was delighted to win a copy of Still Me by Jojo Moyes in a competition from Penguin House UK Michael Joseph and NetGalley I decided to reread Me Before You and After You which are the first two books in the series again to remind me of Louisa s story so far Reading about Louisa is like visiting an old friend I loved this book and read it in two days because I did not want to put it down I was hooked from the first sentence and absolutely loved being able to read about Louisa s adventure in New York and all the ups and downs she encountered I was glad that she was still the same upbeat character with the same sense of humour I hope there will be another book about Louisa and her family in the near future flag 76 likesLike see review Aug 19, 2018 Lola rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves 2018 publications, contemporary, romance, travel, family relationships, friendship dynamics Oh, Louisa Clark, what did you get yourself into Prior to reading this book, I watched the movie adaptation of Me Before You I told myself I wasn t going to, because there s just no way the movie is going to do the incredible book justice, but I couldn t help myself And the moment I started it, I felt sucked into Louisa Clark s world I didn t know how much I had missed these characters and Lou s quirky personality until I saw her fall in love with Will all over again And then I read this boo Oh, Louisa Clark, what did you get yourself into Prior to reading this book, I watched the movie adaptation of Me Before You I told myself I wasn t going to, because there s just no way the movie is going to do the incredible book justice, but I couldn t help myself And the moment I started it, I felt sucked into Louisa Clark s world I didn t know how much I had missed these characters and Lou s quirky personality until I saw her fall in love with Will all over again And then I read this book, because Lou in New York must be quite something.And it is She has found a job working for some very rich people, helping Agnes who is fairly new to the world of the rich and the richer, being the new wife to a wealthy and respected man deal with charity galas and other such events and just be a good friend to her By marrying this man, so much older than she is and with an ex wife, Agnes has made a lot of enemies and doesn t feel comfortable in her new life But Lou is there to help, and the dedicated friend she always is, she sacrifices a lot for Agnes her time, her relationships and even her honesty It s a strange relationship these two form, and one I at times admired and at times disapproved of Nothing is as it seems and sometimes you realize that even perfectly polished people have problems, so this book sure opens your mind and encourages you to not believe everything you see or are told.Lou learns a lot working for Agnes and discovering a new city New York She also makes other friends, one of which looks and is oh so much like dear Will handsome, rich, driven But then there s Sam who is still in England The longer they are apart, the their relationship suffers Many, many ups and downs for Lou But you know what She is not the woman she was when she first met Will She has learned since then, and she s about to learn even about life, love and true friendship Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin flag 75 likesLike see review View 2 comments Feb 18, 2018 TANYA rated it it was ok review of another edition SPOILER ALERT NO Just no Ugh, I feel cheated and duped The ending was CRAP I m so angry at this book, ANGRY flag 72 likesLike see review View all 23 comments Feb 28, 2018 Jennifer rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves adult content, listened to audiobook, read 2018, womens fiction chicklit, choice award I have to admit I didn t have high expectations for this third and again unnecessary continuation of Me Before You I hadn t planned to read it but a very favorable review from trusted friend Myrna convinced me that it was worth the read And yes, it is very worth the read In my opinion, Still Me may be accepted by apprehensive readers as it reads very much like a standalone novel Yes, there are flashbacks and mentions of characters from the first two books, but it feels fa I have to admit I didn t have high expectations for this third and again unnecessary continuation of Me Before You I hadn t planned to read it but a very favorable review from trusted friend Myrna convinced me that it was worth the read And yes, it is very worth the read In my opinion, Still Me may be accepted by apprehensive readers as it reads very much like a standalone novel Yes, there are flashbacks and mentions of characters from the first two books, but it feels far from a continuation I genuinely enjoyed following Louisa as she navigated in and around relationships, work, and self awareness The characters she meets along the way are easy to invest in whether you hate them or love them I shed a few tears and I wasn t ready for this book to end As a reader who was vocally disappointed in Jojo Moyes s decision or maybe her publisher s decision to push Me Before You s success into a series, I am now surprisingly eager for another installment Louisa has finally found herself and I for one love her Check it out My favorite quote I thought about how you re shaped so much by the people who surround you, and how careful you have to be in choosing them for this exact reason, and then I thought, despite all that, in the end maybe you have to lose them all in order to truly find yourself flag 62 likesLike see review View all 16 comments Mar 15, 2018 Cheri rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves library book, 2018, nyc, england Well, here I am Lord, knocking at your back doorAin t it wonderful to beWhere I ve always wanted to be For the first time I ll breathe free in the New York City Say goodbye to all my sorrowAnd by tomorrow I ll be on my wayI guess the lord must be in New York City I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City Songwriters Harry NilssonLouisa Clark is back, in this third book of the Me Before You series, looking forward to a new life in the place where Will had once worked and lived A friend h Well, here I am Lord, knocking at your back doorAin t it wonderful to beWhere I ve always wanted to be For the first time I ll breathe free in the New York City Say goodbye to all my sorrowAnd by tomorrow I ll be on my wayI guess the lord must be in New York City I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City Songwriters Harry NilssonLouisa Clark is back, in this third book of the Me Before You series, looking forward to a new life in the place where Will had once worked and lived A friend has arranged a position for her working for a family who can only be described as ridiculously wealthy The kind of people who have limos with drivers that park around the corner and wait to be summoned on a regular basis Still, it s New York City, with all the glitz and glamour outshining the darker streets, at least for a while for those few minutes, my mouth full of unfamiliar food, my eyes filled with strange sights, I existed only in the moment I was fully present, my senses alive, my whole being open to receive the new experiences around me I was in the only place in the world I could possibly be Leonard Gopnik a philanthropist and financier, is technically her employer, and Louisa s job is to act as an assistant to the second Mrs Gopnik, Agnes Agnes is young, not much older than Louisa if she is older, at all Her background, a masseuse, how she met Mr Gopnik is the subject of much gossip which the former Mrs Gopnik and her friends are always happy to fan the flames.Agnes, to those outside, would appear to have everything she needs to be perfectly happy Born in Poland, she came to America with very little, sharing an apartment with friends friends who no longer talk to her because her husband is wealthy Leonard s friends, associates, are loyal to the original Mrs Gopnik, and the social outings Agnes is forced to attend makes her an open target of hostile attitudes, and Louisa can see, can feel the hostility like a ghost hovering, looking for one chance to send a shiver down her spine Agnes feels alone I know this nobody gets everything And we immigrants know this than anyone You always have one foot in two places You can never be truly happy because, from the moment you leave, you are two selves, and wherever you are one half of you is always calling to the other Bumblebee tights aren t really in fashion among these high society ladies, and Louisa struggles when she s forced to accompany Agnes to the society events, Agnes clinging to her as a life raft, frequently confirming that she s her friend My favourite character in this story was Mrs DeWitt, a woman who is haughty and demanding, a bit imperious in her treatment of Louisa, at first Eventually, Louisa manages to find her agreeable side and a friendship, of sorts, if born.My favourite part of this story was when Louisa takes up the cause of a library on the verge of being shut down She goes to the weekly marches when she can, brought to the realization of the stark differences in lifestyle once you leave Manhattan She tries to make a difference Books are what teach you about life Books teach you about empathy But you can t buy books if you barely got enough to make rent So that library is a vital resource You shut a library, Louisa, you don t just shut down a building, you shut down hope. There s a bit of romance, some amusing moments, even some tender, emotional moments, every one of them adding to this story about Louisa, how she comes to realize some truths about herself and those around her, living in this big city that so many are drawn to call home.Many thanks, once again, to the Public Library system, and the many Librarians that manage, organize and keep it running, for the loan of this book flag 61 likesLike see review View all 39 comments Mar 05, 2018 Suzanne rated it it was amazing review of another edition 4.5 I will admit I cried during this book I know it was not needed to write three books, like a lot of reviewers are saying, but I love, love Lou I said it in my After You review that she is one of my favorite literary characters I felt some closure on her story by having three books I found this book to be an intriguing story and beautifully written I love books that make you feel an array of emotions I went from anger, sadness, to content from chapter to chapter How a book makes you fee 4.5 I will admit I cried during this book I know it was not needed to write three books, like a lot of reviewers are saying, but I love, love Lou I said it in my After You review that she is one of my favorite literary characters I felt some closure on her story by having three books I found this book to be an intriguing story and beautifully written I love books that make you feel an array of emotions I went from anger, sadness, to content from chapter to chapter How a book makes you feel is the definition of a good book My quick and simple overall beautiful and amusing flag 60 likesLike see review View all 9 comments Jan 26, 2018 Chelsea rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves audiobooks i ve listened to Makes me so sad that I ve seen so many comments like, she shouldn t of made a second third book she s just milking it now I for one have loved every single of of the books and I would gladly read a 4th filling us in on what life has in store for Lou and Sam flag 60 likesLike see review View all 13 comments Feb 08, 2018 Myrna rated it really liked it review of another edition Why did Moyes decide to write another book in this series Not sure Is this the last one in the series I have no idea Regardless, Jojo is an excellent writer and a good storyteller and those qualities shine through in this one I enjoyed reading Lou s ups and downs and NYC adventures Lou is charming and endearing I wouldn t mind a 4th book flag 62 likesLike see review View all 22 comments Aug 16, 2017 Annie rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves 2018, reto anual 2018, favoritos Despu s de leer Sinceramente me ha encantado He visto a la Lou que amo divertida, extravagante, con todas esas locuras tan valiente y atrevida Lanz ndose al mundo, dando siempre lo mejor de s misma SIENDO ELLA MISMA Es la protagonista que me conquist en el primer libro Jojo Moyes tiene un don para escribir, es maravillosa Qu historia tan preciosa La clave consist a en asegurarse de que nadie a quien permitieras caminar a tu lado decidiera qui n eras y te etiquetara, como a una Despu s de leer Sinceramente me ha encantado He visto a la Lou que amo divertida, extravagante, con todas esas locuras tan valiente y atrevida Lanz ndose al mundo, dando siempre lo mejor de s misma SIENDO ELLA MISMA Es la protagonista que me conquist en el primer libro Jojo Moyes tiene un don para escribir, es maravillosa Qu historia tan preciosa La clave consist a en asegurarse de que nadie a quien permitieras caminar a tu lado decidiera qui n eras y te etiquetara, como a una mariposa en una caja La clave era saber que siempre pod as encontrar de alg n modo la forma de volver a reivindicarte Lo termin de leer hace m s de un mes y a n estoy sopesando su contenido Por primera vez siento que las palabras correctas no llegan a m aunque me pase horas y horas pens ndolas, que simplemente no podr describir este libro Nunca Soy de las personas que cre an que Yo antes de ti no merec a secuelas ahora, con lo que la autora nos ha regalado, pienso que la historia de Lou sigue siendo maravillosa Que cada libro es una luz de esperanza, y te deja con ganas de vivir al m ximo Vive con osad a, Clark.Antes de leer Han visto que portada m s bonita S , no pega con los otros dos libros, pero est preciosa Ya, no hay que juzgar por la portada, lo s Necesito saber c mo contin a y espero, de verdad espero que la autora de por terminada esta historia Es suficiente view spoiler Quiero saber con qui n queda Lou, por Dios No me importar a que fuera con Sam me gusta mucho Por qu , Jojo Por qu tus personajes son tan hermosos Y POR QU OTRO PERSONAJE MASCULINO Si es imposible no encari arse con ellos hide spoiler Aunque las cosas como son Will es y siempre ser mi favorito flag 55 likesLike see review View all 7 comments Aug 15, 2017 Viri marked it as dnf review of another edition Esto es demasiado para m pobre coraz n.Lo que es querer sacar m s dinero A m , este libro me sobra igual que El Segundo pero es MI OPINI N Esto es demasiado para m pobre coraz n.Lo que es querer sacar m s dinero A m , este libro me sobra igual que El Segundo pero es MI OPINI N flag 52 likesLike see review View all 5 comments Feb 19, 2018 Stephanie Anze rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves fiction, favorites I think at some point, dear, you re going to have to work out who Louisa Clark really is Louisa Clark arrives in New York to become the personal assistant to Agnes Gopnik, the second and younger wife of Mr Gopnik Embracing new and different opportunities, Lou is ready to commit to her new home and life while still maintaining a strong link to her family and Sam in England But living in the Big Apple and being the hired help to a rich and socialite couple is no walk in the park Lou soon f I think at some point, dear, you re going to have to work out who Louisa Clark really is Louisa Clark arrives in New York to become the personal assistant to Agnes Gopnik, the second and younger wife of Mr Gopnik Embracing new and different opportunities, Lou is ready to commit to her new home and life while still maintaining a strong link to her family and Sam in England But living in the Big Apple and being the hired help to a rich and socialite couple is no walk in the park Lou soon finds herself thrown into a hectic schedule that involves luncheons, balls and country clubs and that is the easy part Dealing with all the secrets and personalities at her work place, now that is a mammoth task Amid all the chaos, can Lou find herself First things first Still Me is not Me Before You Its not even close There are a few situations that border on being cliches and the whole novel reads like a rom com Having said that, I did not care, not one bit I can genuinely say I absolutely love this book I love Moye s charm, sentiment and style More than anything, I love Lou and reading about her journey With a mix of wit and humour, Lou is back This time, she is in New York as a personal assistant What appears to be a straight forward job is anything but that For its the unsaid agreement that the hired help see nothing, hear nothing and forget everything And Lou, well, she has to forget quite a bit The situations Lou finds herself in vary from being funny to painfully complicated I especially love the character progressions as I found myself loving characters I initally disliked Once I reached the halfway point, I had a hard time putting the book down Moyes knows how to draw in an audience and keep them invested.There was no shortage of the Clark family antics in this work and I thoroughly enjoyed them If Lou is a character, than her family is an even bigger one They are so much than the comic relief I really wish I could sit and have dinner with them even if it was somewhat chaotic They are my second favorite book family after the Weaslys from the HP series Afetr reading After You , I was not completely sold on ambulance Sam and the relationship with Lou but I am now I grew to love him too The book was sweet, fun, and somewhat campy too I even shed a few tears towards the end It was trademark Moyes I was rather hesistant at first but this book is the perfect swan song for Lou All I can say is, its been a pleasure Thanks Mrs Moyes for the ride.I don t know if this is even a possiblity, but I would love to see this on the big screen If for nothing else, than for the fashion and those bumble bee tights flag 48 likesLike see review View all 14 comments Mar 26, 2018 Kelly and the Book Boar rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves arcs, cluck cluck mothafucka, loveable losers, read in 2018, sappy suckers, book of the month selection Find all of my reviews at if anyone deserves a happy ending, it s Lou No actual review The fact that I reader of never than one book in a series saw this one through to the finish especially after HATING After You should speak volumes ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange 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        Jojo Moyes is a British novelist.Moyes studied at Royal Holloway, University of London She won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to study journalism at City University and subsequently worked for The Independent for 10 years In 2001 she became a full time novelist Moyes novel Foreign Fruit won the Romantic Novelists Association RNA Romantic Novel of the Year in 2004.She is mar Jojo Moyes is a British novelist.Moyes studied at Royal Holloway, University of London She won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to study journalism at City University and subsequently worked for The Independent for 10 years In 2001 she became a full time novelist Moyes novel Foreign Fruit won the Romantic Novelists Association RNA Romantic Novel of the Year in 2004.She is married to journalist Charles Arthur and has three children


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    1. 3.75 stars Two books post game changer and I have to wonder, would any follow up to Me Before You be impressive enough to rival the thought provoking circumstances or raw emotion Louisa and Will s story evoked from the masses At this point, I think not The takeaway here some things should be left to stand on their own.Why Jojo Moyes felt compelled to take a story as emotionally charged as Me Before You and drag it out to a trilogy, I ll never understand Was it a burning desire on her part [...]


    2. I think at some point, dear, you re going to have to work out who Louisa Clark is I don t think there needed to be a trilogy I really don t Let me start by saying I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED Me Before you It literally blew me away I read it twice and have seen the movie three times I think it is Moyes Swan song It doesn t get any better than that which is why the two books which followed could not live up to their predecessor.In this book we see our much loved Louisa Clarke moving to New Yor I think a [...]


    3. WHY AM I JUST FINDING OUT ABOUT THIS MORE LOU HELL YEAH.EDIT So, Hallelujah I finally finished this book, I ve been so busy lately and had so little time left for reading but I did it Do I think we needed a third book Honestly, no Am I glad we go a third book ABSOLUTELY.Louisa Clark is a character that will probably stay with you forever, I mean Hell, I still think about Me Before You till this day and I never regret going into this series, I love it I m always delighted to know about h WHY AM I [...]


    4. Hello again, Louisa Clark NEW YORK, NEW YORK Books teach you empathy. I enjoyed a lot reading this book, since after three novels counting this one , Louisa Clark, is already a literary character that it s always a wonderful experience to read about.Louisa Clark goes to her next phase in her life, this time leaving her native England to go to work at New York She has to leave her family, her friends and her boyfriend, Ambulance Sam, only Nathan is with her, since it was him who helped her [...]


    5. I absolutely loved Me Before You and After You so I was delighted to read the first chapter of Still Me Reading about Louisa is like meeting an old friend I was hooked from the first sentence and can t wait to read the rest of the book It was lovely to find out that she is in New York starting a new job and still the same adorable character Thank you Jojo Moyes for bringing Louisa back to us.


    6. Few people can leave me emotionally jumbled quite like Jojo Moyes can The first book of hers I read, Me Before You , literally had me ugly crying, and I ll admit a healthy sob or two while reading its sequel, After You Even one of Moyes standalone books, The Girl You Left Behind , left me puffy eyed.Now Louisa Clark returns in a third book, Still Me While not as sob inducing as the first two, Moyes still knows how to play my feelings like a piano, and it was wonderful [...]


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