Still Me

Still Me

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Louisa 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 is thrown into the world of the superrich Gopniks: Leonard and his much younger second wife, Agnes, and a never-ending array of household staff and hangers-on. Lou is determined to get the most out of the experience and throws herself into her job and New York life within this privileged world. Before she knows what's happening, Lou is mixing in New York high society, where she meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past. In Still Me, as Lou tries to keep the two sides of her world together, she finds herself carrying secrets--not all her own--that cause a catastrophic change in her circumstances. And when matters come to a head, she has to ask herself Who is Louisa Clark? And how do you reconcile a heart that lives in two places?
Publisher: London : 2018. Michael Joseph,
ISBN: 9780718183196
Branch Call Number: AF MOYE

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slh22
Aug 19, 2018

Jo Jo is back. I loved this book. Please make another. I am the type of person who wants the book or movie to end the story. What happened to Dean Martin the dog, Mrs. De Wit? Sam and Lou what’s with them?
There is a fourth book here.

saima6400 Jul 23, 2018

I really enjoyed this book, not as much as the first but definitely better than After You which I felt dragged a bit. I read it on a two day road trip and finished it while my partner drove. I love Jojo Moyes writing, especially as Louisa Clark. I went to see her speak at an author event sponsored by Douglas County Libraries and Tattered Cover. She is a great speaker who reminded me a bit of Louisa. She understands her character very well, and you can tell she likes her, which makes the reader like her as well. I would definitely recommend this book if you liked Me Before You.

shokolit Jul 08, 2018

I loved this book better than the second one (After You) and less than the 1st (Me Before You).
The book tells of Lou's life in NY, after accepting the job that Nathan helped her get. As with the previous 2, I was hooked to the story, as soon as I began reading.

ArapahoeLesley Jul 06, 2018

Louisa Clark is a great character and from the first chapter I was happy to be hanging out with her again. I smiled a lot and even laughed out loud!

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cknightkc
May 17, 2018

Welcome back to one of the most original and memorable heroines in modern fiction, Louisa Clarke! This time her wacky and endearing family along with her boyfriend Sam return, albeit often from afar. In STILL ME Louisa finds herself “across the pond” making a new life in the Big Apple. In this third installment of the series, Lou encounters new characters and confronts new complications. Author Jojo Moyes’ seemingly effortless writing drew me in once again - a perfect summer beach read! I especially enjoyed seeing iconic NYC sites through Lou’s eyes. Will this be the last we see of Louisa Clark? Maybe,… but with the success of this trilogy, I doubt it!

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brooklynheart5
Apr 30, 2018

Just like 'Me Before You and 'After You' I loved this book. I really have enjoyed the whole series/trilogy, even more so "Still Me' as it is mostly set in New York. Louisa's character is so likeable. Really hope they make a movie for the second and third book....Can't wait!

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claire1953
Apr 13, 2018

I thouroughly enjoyed book three of Jojo Moyes’ You Before Me trilogy. The author chose an interesting setting (New York) to help Louisa Clark find her true self as she teeters between the world of the super rich and the friends she makes who are from th same type of world she came from back in England. Louisa faces great difficulties after she is accused of theft by the Gopnicks and fired on the spot, but she manages to reinvent herself before discovering how she truly feels about Josh and Sam. A quick read.

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bneil1797
Apr 05, 2018

Endearing. A nice read. If you liked the first two, I say go for it!

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bava2460
Apr 03, 2018

Still Me is enjoyable, hugely due to the fact that the female protagonist does not cave in the end, but actually does what she wants to do! Her personal growth is developed nicely, but I found the ending to be flat.

marycatlyons Mar 28, 2018

Unfortunately, this was a predictable end to the trilogy. It's very confusing, as Louisa started out as a character with so much potential and pizzaz, and by the end of the series, her life had become one of those "it's who you know, not what you know" and "right place, right time" tropes that you see in most works of fiction. Honestly, I finished reading this one just to help me meet my reading goal for the year. Very disappointing.

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AnnieELPL Jul 26, 2018

"You gotta have your places for community." Ashok raised a hand emphatically, slicing the air. "You gotta have places where people can meet and talk and exchange ideas and it not just be about money, you know? Books are what teach you about life. Books teach you empathy. But you can't buy books if you barely got enough to make rent. So that library is a vital resource! You shut down a library, Louisa, you don't shut just shut down a building, you shut down hope."

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cknightkc
May 17, 2018

“Know, first, who you are; and then adorn yourself accordingly.”—Epictetus
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cknightkc
May 17, 2018

“You 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.” - p. 243

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cknightkc
May 17, 2018

“I thought about how you’re shaped so much by the people who surround you, and how careful you have to be in choosing them for this exact reason, and then I thought, despite all that, in the end maybe you have to lose them all in order to truly find yourself.” - p. 375

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cknightkc
May 17, 2018

“There is a great consolation in simply doing something you love.” - p. 388

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