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He 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 leadFunny romantic and poignant Still Me follows Lou as she navigates how to stay true to herself while pushing to live boldly in her brave new worl. Few people can leave me emotionally jumbled uite 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 seuel After You Even one of Moyes standalone books The Girl You Left Behind left me puffy eyedNow 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 yearsLou 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 herYou re going to feel uncomfortable in your new world for a bit It always does feel strange to be knocked out of your comfort zoneWorking 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 worldsYou 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 areIt 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 uniue fashion senseWhen 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 areThe 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 wantedThere 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 uite 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 itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcom or check out my list of the best books I read in 2017 at

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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 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. 375 starsTwo 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 ownWhy 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 suandered 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 seuel 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 uirky clothes horse who stood out in a crowd for simply being herself and delivers a journey of self discoveryThis 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 uite 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 beginningRegardless 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

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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 t. WHY AM I JUST FINDING OUT ABOUT THIS MORE LOU HELL YEAHEDITSo 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 ABSOLUTELYLouisa 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 experienceSo 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 lettersOverall 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


10 thoughts on “Still Me

  1. says:

    Do we really need this series to continue? Whatever I'll still read it

  2. says:

    375 starsTwo 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 ownWhy Jo

  3. says:

    I think at some point dear you're going to have to work out who Louisa Clark isI 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 prede

  4. says:

    WHY AM I JUST FINDING OUT ABOUT THIS?? MORE LOU? HELL YEAHEDITSo 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 w

  5. says:

    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 expe

  6. says:

    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

  7. says:

    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 expectLou has taken her new and exciting job in New York and moved her life over there meanwhile her handsome boyfriend

  8. says:

    Few people can leave me emotionally jumbled uite 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 seuel After You Even one of Moyes' standalone books The Girl You Left Behind left me puffy eyedNow 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 i

  9. says:

    ”I knew this was the way to madness yet I couldn’t stop myself”This seemed to be the overall motto of the third and last book in this series and I still don’t know if I liked it or not My feelings for “Still Me” are rather mixed yet I still found myself enjoying it somehow Which is probably a great testimony of Jojo Moyes easy writing style and the way she manages to capture her audience Still for me it’s also proof of the

  10. says:

    I am a Louisa Clark fanI 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 books but each book also stands on its ownI will say that I think I enjoyed this one than After You Something about the story made it feel like a direct seuel to Me Before You Not t