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Book Review: Still Me by Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes’ novel “Still Me,” the third in the series following “Me Before You” and “After You,” invites readers back into the life of the charming Louisa Clark. In this installment, Louisa embarks on a new adventure in New York City, determined to embrace the challenges and excitement of a fresh start while maintaining her relationship with Ambulance Sam.

Still Me: A Novel
  • Audible Audiobook
  • Jojo Moyes (Author) – Anna Acton (Narrator)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 01/30/2018 (Publication Date) – Penguin Audio (Publisher)

“Still Me” is a delightful journey through the complexities of navigating a new world among New York’s elite. Louisa finds herself working for the wealthy Gopnik family, and as she integrates into their lives, she encounters a blend of intrigue, luxury, and personal challenges. The novel beautifully captures the essence of New York – its grandeur and hustle – offering readers a vivid experience of the city.

Moyes’ storytelling is engaging and heartfelt, as she weaves the struggles and triumphs of Louisa’s life in the Big Apple. The character’s determination to ‘live boldly,’ a mantra inspired by the late Will Traynor from the first book, resonates throughout the story. Louisa’s journey is not just about the physical distance from her home but also an exploration of her identity, her resilience, and her capacity for love and kindness.

The story is a roller coaster of emotions, with moments of joy and sorrow so closely knit that they often overlap. Moyes masterfully blends British humor and genuine, relatable characters, making “Still Me” both entertaining and thought-provoking. The novel emphasizes the theme of self-discovery and the power of choice in shaping one’s destiny. Louisa’s character evolves beautifully, showing that even in the face of unexpected turns, one can always find a way to reinvent oneself.

In conclusion, “Still Me” is a testament to Moyes’ skill in creating a narrative that is both entertaining and emotionally rich. It’s a story about love, resilience, and the endless possibilities life offers. Fans of Louisa Clark will find this book a satisfying continuation of her journey, while new readers will be drawn into Moyes’ captivating world.

Jojo Moyes’ Popular Books

Me Before You” – The book that introduced the world to Louisa Clark and captured the hearts of readers with its poignant storytelling.

Me Before You
Me Before You
Amazon Prime Video (Video on Demand); Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin, Janet McTeer (Actors); Thea Sharrock (Director) – Jojo Moyes (Writer) – Karen Rosenfelt (Producer)

After You” – The sequel to “Me Before You,” delving deeper into Louisa’s life post-Will Traynor.

After You: A Novel
After You: A Novel
Audible Audiobook; Jojo Moyes (Author) – Anna Acton (Narrator); English (Publication Language)

“The Giver of Stars” – A standalone novel set in Depression-era America, telling a tale of five extraordinary women and their remarkable journey through the mountains of Kentucky.

The Giver of Stars: Reese's Book Club (A Novel)
The Giver of Stars: Reese’s Book Club (A Novel)
Moyes, Jojo (Author); English (Publication Language); 416 Pages – 05/04/2021 (Publication Date) – Penguin Books (Publisher)

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