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Jojo’s new book, Still Me, the next book featuring Louisa Clark from Me Before You and After You, is available now!

“We all lose what we love at some point, but in her poignant, funny way, Moyes reminds us that even if it’s not always happy, there is an ever after.” —Miami Herald

“You’re going to feel uncomfortable in your new world for a bit. But I hope you feel a bit exhilarated too. Live boldly. Push yourself. Don’t settle. Just live well. Just live. Love, Will.”

 
How do you move on after losing the person you loved? How do you build a life worth living?
 
Louisa Clark is no longer just an ordinary girl living an ordinary life. After the transformative six months spent with Will Traynor, she is struggling without him. When an extraordinary accident forces Lou to return home to her family, she can’t help but feel she’s right back where she started.
 
Her body heals, but Lou herself knows that she needs to be kick-started back to life. Which is how she ends up in a church basement with the members of the Moving On support group, who share insights, laughter, frustrations, and terrible cookies. They will also lead her to the strong, capable Sam Fielding—the paramedic, whose business is life and death, and the one man who might be able to understand her. Then a figure from Will’s past appears and hijacks all her plans, propelling her into a very different future. . . .
 
For Lou Clark, life after Will Traynor means learning to fall in love again, with all the risks that brings. But here Jojo Moyes gives us two families, as real as our own, whose joys and sorrows will touch you deeply, and where both changes and surprises await.

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Jojo Moyes is the #1  New York Times bestselling author of  Still Me, A fter You, Me Before You, The Horse Dancer, Paris for One and Other Stories, One Plus One, The Girl You Left Behind, The Last Letter from Your Lover, Silver Bay, and  The Ship of Brides. She lives with her husband and three children in Essex, England.d.

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Lisa Hines
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Review: Me Before You 2: After You
Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018
After You by Jojo Moyes is the second book in her series, Me Before You . This is the story of Louisa Clark and her life AFTER Will Traynor. It is refreshingly nowhere near as heartbreaking as as it''s predecessor, Me Before You, and picks up after Lou''s time in Paris AFTER... See more
After You by Jojo Moyes is the second book in her series, Me Before You . This is the story of Louisa Clark and her life AFTER Will Traynor. It is refreshingly nowhere near as heartbreaking as as it''s predecessor, Me Before You, and picks up after Lou''s time in Paris AFTER Switzerland and (view spoiler).

The book quite literally begins with a bang (or crash?) with Louisa taking a bad fall and being collected by the paramedics. Intense and sad when we see just how (view spoiler). Once she is out of the hospital her parents insist she go to a support group for grieving people and she reluctantly agrees. Then, a teenager named Lily shows up on her doorstep with a surprising revelation and Louisa''s life is embroiled in Lily''s teenage drama. Then, she meets the paramedic that helped piece her back together after her fall and finds him just as wonderful as he was the night he saved her. Things are slowly turning around for Lou and she doesn''t feel like she is letting Will down as much. But this is just the calm before the storm and while she tries to move on with Sam, can he deal with hr still painfully mourning Will? Can Lily ever get ehr head around her family issues and can Lou help her or is she just a punching bag for this hormonal teen with, rightly so, abandonment issues.

People looking for another heartbreak like Me Before You will be sorely disappointed. This is Lou''s life moving on from that epic romance/tragedy. Why anyone would want to put her through something like losing Will a second time is beyond me. The story is intriguing and entertaining and no less Louisa Clark than the first book but it is MUCH more lighthearted (in comparison). Up next, Still Me. Enjoy!
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InkedBookDragon
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Seriously?!?
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2018
When I found out that Me Before You was getting a sequel, I was extremely hesitant. It was such a strong book that I was unsure if a sequel would add to it or take away from it. These were characters that I had developed a love for and I didn''t want my memories of them to... See more
When I found out that Me Before You was getting a sequel, I was extremely hesitant. It was such a strong book that I was unsure if a sequel would add to it or take away from it. These were characters that I had developed a love for and I didn''t want my memories of them to potentially be tarnished. Think about it. The reader grows attached to the characters. One wrong move and you altar their preception of that character and not necessarily in a good way. That being said, I did wonder how Lou was doing after the events of Me Before You. Tricky business, sequels are. Very very tricky.

I wish that I could say that I went into this book with a totally open mind but I find that impossible to do. I did not go into with a completely open mind because I was so invested in the story. The first book was so extraordinary that it set this one up to potentially fall on its face. Unfortuantely, in some ways, it did. It was nice to see how Lou was doing but some of the events completely came out of left field and I was not quite sure how to process them. Good character development for some and so so for others.

I am rating this book Three Stars because it fell short but I did not hate it. Predictable in some ways. Random in others. Upon finishing it, I hoped that any future books in the series would bypass this one. I wish that I could rate it higher because I loved Me Before You so much but I cannot. Not a horrible read but not up to the standards that the author gave us in the previous book. On the fence about recommending.

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Midget
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Perfect sequel.
Reviewed in the United States on May 23, 2017
I loved this book just as much as I loved the first one "Me Before You". This is Louisa''s life after Will and I thought it was very true to her character, especially in how long it takes her to finally move on with her life. She is lost without him and it shows in... See more
I loved this book just as much as I loved the first one "Me Before You". This is Louisa''s life after Will and I thought it was very true to her character, especially in how long it takes her to finally move on with her life. She is lost without him and it shows in her choices of job, clothing, recreation. When life keeps trying to get her to move on, she fights it as hard as she can as she doesn''t want to have a fulfilling life without Will.

I hope there is another Louisa novel in the works as I''ve grown quite attached to her.
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Shopper - JJM
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Engaging but really unlikely events
Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2020
Not as fresh as book one. Many events are just incredibly unlikely but so predictable that I was pretty disappointed in Jojo. Much of this books she borrows events and ideas from many authors to make her story (the whole mom taking classes and the dad getting so... See more
Not as fresh as book one. Many events are just incredibly unlikely but so predictable that I was pretty disappointed in Jojo. Much of this books she borrows events and ideas from many authors to make her story (the whole mom taking classes and the dad getting so upset...trivial dribble found funny ONCE - a long time ago). And where she didn’t borrow was just boring. For example the grieving “circle” which I guess was intended to be humor but I found it idiotic and boring with a side of unnecessary childish smut (i guess its a British thing to continually talk about sex and body parts like you’re a nine year old and find it oh so funny??). I didn’t hate the book but it’s sure not thought provoking or even relatable. I know, not every read has to be earth shattering. Rest assured - this is not and intelligent read.
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rwills
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Aftermath
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2017
The aftermath. That is what I thought of this book. I loved the first one, and I just new that I couldn''t or wouldn''t love this one as much. That was true and it wasn''t. I enjoyed how life wasn''t just peachy for Lou, how we heard about her struggles and fears. The pain and... See more
The aftermath. That is what I thought of this book. I loved the first one, and I just new that I couldn''t or wouldn''t love this one as much. That was true and it wasn''t. I enjoyed how life wasn''t just peachy for Lou, how we heard about her struggles and fears. The pain and anger. It was all so real. There were times when I wanted her to just snap out of it, but then you remember what she lost, and the way in which she lost it. Grief has no directions or timetables. It takes and takes, and very rarely, and slowly does it begin to give back. I wasn''t expecting Lily, I was caught off guard with that surprise, but it wove into the story seamlessly. Sam was also quite wonderful. Well written book, and honest. It made me miss and want to love and hurt Will all over again.
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Reader2307
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"Ain''t no shame in holding on to grief, as long as you make room for other things too." Bubbles
Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2021
In this sequel to Me Before You, we catch up with Lou as she is struggling to figure out what exactly it means to ''live well'' as Will instructed her to do after his death. I was hesitant to continue with this series as I had a niggling feeling that Lou wasn''t a... See more
In this sequel to Me Before You, we catch up with Lou as she is struggling to figure out what exactly it means to ''live well'' as Will instructed her to do after his death.

I was hesitant to continue with this series as I had a niggling feeling that Lou wasn''t a strong enough character to carry a book on her own. I was partially right but at least the new characters were interesting enough and each new character''s background story gave Lou a chance to grow albeit at a snail''s pace. My only problem with Lou as a character is that Moyes makes her conveniently and frustratingly obtuse in a lot of instances.

I will probably finish the series at some stage. Not because of any real desire to know where Lou ends up but because I''m the type of reader that has to finish a book or series no matter how I feel about it.
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2LZ
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A Good Story But Forgettable
Reviewed in the United States on November 1, 2015
I liked After You by JoJo Moyes, but it wasn''t memorable like the first extraordinary book in the series, Me Before You. It was an entertaining novel, but fell short of the emotional impact created by Me Before You. Louisa Clark returns, still so likable but... See more
I liked After You by JoJo Moyes, but it wasn''t memorable like the first extraordinary book in the series, Me Before You. It was an entertaining novel, but fell short of the emotional impact created by Me Before You.

Louisa Clark returns, still so likable but struggling through the stages of grief since the passing of Will Traynor. With the help of quirky friends from her group therapy session, called The Moving on Circle, a teenage girl, named Lily, a new love interest, Sam, and her comical but loving family, Louisa begins to recover and starts experiencing life again.

JoJo Moyes is an exceptional writer. Her books tackle substantial subjects in the best of ways. Reading one of her books is an emotional catharsis. You''ll laugh out loud one minute and sob the next. They are equally as successful for a book discussion as they are to read at the beach. But, when an author decides to write a sequel to a book like Me Before You, expectations are incredibly high, and the follow up story needs to pack the punch of the first. This one unfortunately did not. Most sequels don''t live up to the original, and though I don''t object to this one, it did not need to be written. Some stories are so special that it is best to leave them alone. They are perfect as told and satisfyingly complete. Me Before You was one of those novels. 3 1/2 stars.
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Desiree
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After You...
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2016
I didn''t cry when I read Me Before You but,I certainly did @ the end of this one. Louisa Clark is stuck. She''s stuck in grief,stuck with the anger @ Will,and stuck with trying to figure out what to do. Drowning her sorrows in wine,she takes a great fall off her... See more
I didn''t cry when I read Me Before You but,I certainly did @ the end of this one.

Louisa Clark is stuck. She''s stuck in grief,stuck with the anger @ Will,and stuck with trying to figure out what to do. Drowning her sorrows in wine,she takes a great fall off her rooftop & meets 2 people that will forever change her life.

I loved this book so much. I loved the Clark family (especially her parents). The Moving On circle was wonderful. The stories they would tell & seeing how people cope with grief no matter the age.
Lily,for all of her teenage angst,was a surprise I never expected but,it was wonderful. To watch her develop a relationship with,not only Louisa but,the Trayner''s as well was wonderful. The pop in that is Nathan. It was great to get a few glimpses of him.

And Sam Fielding...be still my heart. I can only wish on a star that I''m blessed with a man even marginally like him. He was wonderful.

All in all,this book left me very satisfied. All I want now is to know how it all turns out for Louisa in the end. Do she & Same make it? Does Treena get the job she''s always wanted? Is Lily alright? So much I wanna know. This book was wonderful. Absolutely loved it.
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Wonder
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not as special as it’s predecessor
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 26, 2018
I loved Me before you. I read it before it became a phenomenon and chose it as my book to give away at world book night a year later. I sobbed unashamedly on a beach in Mexico whilst reading it. I was completely emotionally involved. After you is a decent book but...See more
I loved Me before you. I read it before it became a phenomenon and chose it as my book to give away at world book night a year later. I sobbed unashamedly on a beach in Mexico whilst reading it. I was completely emotionally involved. After you is a decent book but unfortunately doesn’t live up to its predecessor. Maybe that would be impossible. I’ll probably read the next one in the series but I’m no longer invested in Lou. I don’t feel an urgent need to find out what’s next.
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Georgi Lvs Books
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After you....
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 3, 2019
I read book 1, Me Before You in 2016 and LOVED IT. It DESTROYED me. It’s taken so long for me to read book 2! And this was by chance as I had run out of reading material on holiday and was given this book by someone else. I loved it. I was worried because Me Before You was...See more
I read book 1, Me Before You in 2016 and LOVED IT. It DESTROYED me. It’s taken so long for me to read book 2! And this was by chance as I had run out of reading material on holiday and was given this book by someone else. I loved it. I was worried because Me Before You was so good! How could book 2 match up?! Personally, book 1 is my favourite, but I still loved After You. It really spoke to me. I’m grieving, and this book deals with that a lot. I can’t wait to read book 3 and find out more about Louisa Clark!
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scarp1000
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 27, 2019
I am probably the only person on the planet who just couldn''t get into this book. I found it really boring and found myself skim reading pages to find something interesting. It was just not my cup of tea I suspect as I know it has been hugely successful. Thankfully I bought...See more
I am probably the only person on the planet who just couldn''t get into this book. I found it really boring and found myself skim reading pages to find something interesting. It was just not my cup of tea I suspect as I know it has been hugely successful. Thankfully I bought it secondhand so I will be giving to my local charity shop so that someone else can hopefully enjoy it.
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valgood
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Wow!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 4, 2018
An absolutely superb book. I can''t wait to read the next in this series `Still Me`. Because the characters are described and formed so well - it''s easy to feel their emotions and I sobbed during the final chapter. Although I must say these books are easy to follow, even as...See more
An absolutely superb book. I can''t wait to read the next in this series `Still Me`. Because the characters are described and formed so well - it''s easy to feel their emotions and I sobbed during the final chapter. Although I must say these books are easy to follow, even as stand alone stories, because the author gives us plenty of background from previous storylines. Important details are gently, and subtly, worked into each characters history to enable us to understand and follow the brilliant storylines. Fantastic!
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ED Farr
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Good suspicions... good outcomes
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 12, 2020
The sequel to such a tear-jerker as Me Before You was always going to be a big challenge. It''s been quite a while since I read Me Before You and can still tell you most of the story. I''m always a little bit suspicious of book sequels, especially when they are so good,...See more
The sequel to such a tear-jerker as Me Before You was always going to be a big challenge. It''s been quite a while since I read Me Before You and can still tell you most of the story. I''m always a little bit suspicious of book sequels, especially when they are so good, because the follow up doesn''t always match the main event. I have to say when I started After You I was worried. Lou Clark is now 18mths on from losing Will at Dignitas and life for her is going from bad to worse. She is still frightened of everything new and anything that changes. One night when she is alone in her flat (bought with money left for her by Will), her doorbell rings and with it changes that even she isn''t ready for. I''m not sure I enjoyed it as much as the first (which is why the rating is 4* not 5) and it will be interesting to know what other people think of it having read the first, but all in all, it was a good read.
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