STILL ME BY JO JO MOYES – BOOK REVIEW

Still Me
Jo Jo Moyes
Publication date: 2018, by Penguin, Random House, UK
Pages: 472
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After reading Me Before You and watching the film it is so good to catch up with Lou and all that is happening in her life and it is all happening. Β In a way I thought that this would not be as good, it had a lot to live up to but I was proved wrong as this story is very good.
Lou is off to live and work in America as a companion to a young, rich, polish wife or living the dream as Will told her to do. Thinking of him often and then meeting someone who looks very much like him does throw her a bit. But Lou is at last in love with a living breathing male that hopefully will out live her. Sam is a paramedic who is building his house the only problem is that he lives in England, surely they can do a long distance relationship for a year plus seeing each other every couple of months. It all sounds so simple but of course there are a few problems that turn into major changes for all of them.
If you liked the first book then you will like this, it finishes off the story lines very well and keeps you interested and turning those pages. I read the hardback version as was given it for a review by a very nice author, my arms are still recovering from holding it up, lol.
 

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2 Comments

  1. 27th March 2018 / 3:49 am

    Great review πŸ™‚

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