Still Me (Me Before You Trilogy Series #3)

Still Me (Me Before You Trilogy Series #3)

by Jojo Moyes

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ISBN-13: 9780399562464
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Series: Me Before You Trilogy Series , #3
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 416
Sales rank: 6,647
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.80(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Jojo Moyes is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of After 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.

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Reading Group Guide

1. In NYC, Lou meets Josh Ryan, Will’s charming—and very much alive—doppelganger. Understandably, Lou is enchanted by him, and their friendship quickly evolves to something more, until Lou comes to her senses. If you were in Lou’s shoes, would you have wanted to connect with Josh, or would you have stayed away specifically because the similarities with Will Traynor were so clear?

2. Sam and Lou’s relationship is strained because of the long distance between them, though they try to make it work. Have you ever been in a long-distance relationship? Did it work out? Why or why not? How do you think Lou and Sam could have done better by each other in the relationship?

3. Margot De Witt is the epitome of a difficult neighbor, or so it appears, until Lou has the opportunity to get know Margot better. Soon, Lou realizes that Margot has an incredible life story, and that they in fact share a love of fashion and clothes. Have you ever had to reconsider your perceptions of someone once you learned more about him or her? Might you have disregarded someone who later became a friend? If so, what happened?

4. Still Me is Lou’s story, but it also tackles themes of class, reinvention, and rediscovery. How do these themes appear in the book?

5. As Agnes’s personal assistant, Lou must take on any number of tasks—from scheduling her calendar to attending social events as Agnes’s “friend.” But Lou also finds herself caring for Agnes’s psychological wellbeing. Have you ever been in a relationship—through work, a friend, a partner, or family—in which you were the one doing most or all of the emotional labor?

6. Lou comes to New York as an outsider who is fascinated but also slightly daunted by the bustling, hustling city. Did her “fish out of water” story ring true to you? What did you learn about living in New York City that you’d never known before?

7. When Lou must choose how she wants to live, she must choose between life in England versus New York, an uber-wealthy world in which she is a bit of a hanger-on versus a less-glamorous life in which she immerses herself in the funky world of vintage fashion. Were you surprised by her choices?

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Still Me 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 63 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put the book down the second I bought it. Louisa is such a sweet character. She's caring of others and finally finds who she really is. I just wish the book was longer because I'm curious as to what happens with her and the people in her life. The ending feels like Ms. Moyes can write one more book on Louisa Clark and give fans a chance to see Louisa in her newly discovered sense of self & to see the life she will build for herself and see how her relationship with Sam grows with him finally making the right choice. Overall I loved this book and again hope there is one more book in the tale of Louisa Clark!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing, that’s all I can say. You have to read this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this third book. So enjoyed the continuing story of Louisa and he life in NYC.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I started with the movie. Then decided to read Me before You. Then on to the next. And just finished Still Me. It engaged me and made me think and feel. I love her writing style.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was so lovely, I just wanted to jump in it and stay with Louisa. It was wonderful. Read it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful book! I couldn't put it down! Wonderful book! I coudn't put it down!
18790783 More than 1 year ago
This book's description of New York is so divorced from reality that it is painful and disappointing to read. Nothing about this rings even slightly true. Such a disappointment compared to the other books about this character.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What I love about JoJo Moyes is that there is real depth to the fairytales she weaves. While I could get nitpicky about certain plot points, who cares? I not only got completely caught up again with Lou, but I found myself laughing and crying along the way. I simply could not put the book down. I even surreptitiously read at work between meetings. Even though this is a fitting end to Louisa’s story, I do hope that there will be more books in this series down the road.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put it down. It was perfect.
CharlotteLynnsReviews More than 1 year ago
Lou is now in New York. This is a huge step in her life. She has moved across the ocean to start her life over. She is making new friends and finding her way. She is saying YES to life, per Will’s lesson. I love how she has moved on with her life and not in a small way. I found it interesting how someone can come to the NY and fit in so seamlessly. She fell in with the family she was working for, walked the streets of NY, made friends, and found a way to live again. There were a few stumbles, a few hiccups, but mostly she made the most of the opportunity she was given. I would love to have her guts and grit to take on a world that is so unknown to her. Still Me is a fast, uplifting book. I hoped for the best for Lou, I wanted her to succeed, and I needed her to finally find her happy ever after. Would she finally get it in NY or would she need to head back to the UK? I loved this book and this series. Jojo Moyes is certainly a must read author for me. I recommend picking up your own copy right away and getting to know Louisa Clark.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Very good follow up
Anonymous 8 months ago
Nice read. Easily & quickly emerged into Louis Clark's world.
Anonymous 8 months ago
Great book
DarqueDreamer 9 months ago
The first thing I have to say is Bumble Bee Tights! Still Me was the best book of the trilogy. It was full of laughter, emotion, and self-discovery. It was daring and beautiful and represented those tights well! This book was everything! I literally could not put it down! It held all the emotion and intrigue from books 1 and 2, but also offered more boldness and depth. It reminded me a little of The Devil Wears Prada (movie, as I have not read the book yet), but it shined with its own originality and sparkle. Still Me made the first two books worth reading. Though, they were already amazing and well worth reading before, but this one was the perfect ending to the story. Even if you had found something you didn't quite enjoy in books 1 and 2, this one made it all worth while. Moyes did an amazing job with tying in Me Before You and After You while spinning a whole new story. I just loved Lou's journey of self discovery and self love in this book, too. In Me Before You she was learning to love, both Will, and life. In After You, she was learning to love again, but in Still Me, she was learning to love herself. She was discovering who she was, who she was turning in to, and was learning to love both women. She was also learning to love friendship and life without seeking relationship love, and it was glorious. And, those friendships she made were everything. She learned so much about herself in befriending a lonely woman, an unhappy immigrant, and a quirky, but loving couple. I honestly think this book could have been turned in to a feel good Hallmark movie because it shined with beauty in the human connections Lou made that aided her journey of self-discovery. This was definitely my favorite of the three. It left me satisfied and happy. If you haven't started the trilogy yet, or were weary about continuing on, this one would definitely be worth reading through it all. I loved the trilogy as a whole, and certainly loved this one the most, so I'd highly recommend it!
Anonymous 10 months ago
Heey whats up
Anonymous 11 months ago
She sits in a chair wearin a short blue dress showing alot of her uper boddy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again, enjoyed following what happens to Louisa Clarke. I love this character. Cried and laughed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Let me get it straight .The style of writing is great. You want to read, you cry hard, you laugh. BUT her personality...it 's just too painful to read. In first book she looked like a victim , a push-over. And then, in the end, selfish and immature. I guess the ''love story'' made it bearable. In the second book i was so much annoyed, i almost didn't finish it . But now...Really? The man you are supposed to love ( not sleep with) gets sick and the only thing you can think about is sex ?? or walks in the city? ??? I really do hope the writer comes up with better protagonists, because her style is good and it's a shame to lose readers over things like that.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't believe it's over. We'll miss you Lou!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love Louisa Clark and her kind spirit. She makes you feel anything possible.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as good as the first two I read, but was enjoyable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Perfection
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely loved this book! Characters are awesome
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn’t put it down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book in all her quirkiness! I have read all the Louisa Clark stories and they all tie together, delightful and intriguing!