Jojo Moyes. AFTER YOU They laugh the easy laugh of the well lubricated. 'My granddaughter. Five days old,' says . be fine once you get used to being up. Discover the love story that captured over 20 million hearts in Me Before You, After You, and Still Me. “You're going to feel. took it from her and had a tentative drag, trying not to cough when it hit the back of my throat After You Yo antes de ti – Jojo Moyes. Pages··
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His girlfriend leaves him and marries his colleague, Rupert. Louisa begins working with Will, and shortly after realizes how distant and false everyone in the house is.
Louisa also eventually notices that Will has been attempting to kill himself, visible through the scars on his wrist. She questions him regarding this, and he informs her that he had tried to commit suicide back when his mother condoned him being euthanized through an organization called Dignitas.
As Louisa begins spending more and more time with Will, her boyfriend Patrick grows jealous. Will grows closer with Louisa, even allowing her to cut his hair and beard. Meanwhile, for Louisa, her financial situation worsens as her father loses his job.
Her family has been relying on Louisa for financial support, and the strain of which is now becoming apparent to Will. Will began trying to encourage Louisa to pursue her dreams, and to start doing something different that interests her.
What can people of different generations teach us about ourselves? I really wanted to write a book with a teenager in it, as I have two of my own, and the great revelation to me has been how funny and entertaining and generally nice they are—as long as you listen to them.
I hope by the end of the book readers have a lot of sympathy for her. What are some of the challenges in writing a sequel to a love story? How did you go about pairing up Lou with another potential partner?
I knew that he could be nothing like Will—not physically and certainly not mentally. He too came from a single image—standing in his half-built house, surrounded by his allotment and his hens. I think the thing I really loved about Sam was how sexy he became.
With Sam, Lou uncovers another facet of her personality completely. Sam brings a whole new level of swoon to the paramedic profession.
What is most important to you in creating an appealing love interest? Sam is less a rescuer than a facilitator—he is comfortable enough in his own skin to let Lou be what she needs to be.
I think that is incredibly attractive. What I found with Sam is that the more I pared him down, the better he worked; unlike Will, the less he said, the more attractive he became.
He probably now has half the dialogue that he did in my early drafts.
But I was absolutely in love with him by the time I had finished—and that is a litmus test for writing a love interest. Even my agent was in love with him! As Lou becomes more responsible for Lily, her own mother starts to break away from her responsibilities as she reads feminist literature.
How do these two story arcs inform one another?
Lou vacillates between these two positions, and finally finds a place in which she can feel fulfilled. Without spoiling the ending for readers, can you talk about how you arrived at the decision to leave the story somewhat open?
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It was a character thing. It was a fine balance. I hope I got it right. You have an enthusiastic fan base eagerly awaiting this sequel.
What do you think it is that readers respond to or identify with most in your work? Read An Excerpt.
Paperback —. download the Audiobook Download: Apple Audible downpour eMusic audiobooks. I still love Lou's character and there are other character's in this book that I really enjoyed - Sam, Donna, Jake I didn't love Lily, but she grew on me later in the book. I enjoyed the characters in Lou's group and their interactions. Mostly, I enjoyed seeing Lou's struggle, how she was stuck, and how she grew.
Overall, I really enjoyed this story and think it is worth a read. Please know if you intend to read it that this is not Lou and Will's story. This is Lou's story of growth and Lily's story of growth, as both learn how to move on from their pasts.
Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with a free electronic copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
However, part of me is really concerned that this sequel is being written, because I love Me Before You. That story had a definite beginning, middle, and end.However, part of me is really concerned that this sequel is being written, because I love Me Before You.
John Grisham. Overall, I really enjoyed this story and think it is worth a read. This book is no exception. Why did you choose to begin the book with this event? Once I worked out why she was up there, the scene pretty much wrote itself. Item s unavailable for download.