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After You, by Jojo Moyes

fandamned4ever's review against another edition

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4.0

Couldn't have ended better!

uzo's review against another edition

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5.0

This needs to be read as its own book and not in comparison to the prequel (Me Before You). It’s really great! Loved it x

karenllowe's review against another edition

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3.0

A good extension of the story while dealing well with the theme of grief and how to cope.
Moyes creates real characters (albeit I found Sam somewhat idealized) that react true to their natures.
An engaging read full of light moments and touching ones.

maria1085's review against another edition

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5.0

I loved this just as much as I loved Me Before You. Louisa is so quirky and loveable, this story picks up right where the first left off. It was funny, sad, moving, and a good sequel. I love the author's style of writing. Definitely worth the read.

lizbrown98's review against another edition

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4.0

I really enjoyed this sequel to Me Before You. It was funny and sad and heartbreaking and compassionate. I just hope we get a third one so we'll know how Louisa ends up.

rutebarros's review against another edition

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5.0

Loved it!! It stayed true to the first book but was also fresh with new amazing characters and a more mature Lou. Just perfect.

emilyjackson's review against another edition

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2.0

I just read Me Before You a few weeks back and loved it. It was a pretty perfect book and I was excited to read this sequel. But this was a book that did not need to exist. I enjoyed the writing and it had its moments, but Me Before You had an ending. A good ending. And not everything always has to be tied up in a nice bow, which is what this book was all about. I liked imagining how Lou would live her life after her relationship with Will and that didn't need to be spelled out for me.

hazel_leu's review against another edition

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1.0

Should've been a standalone, not a series. Debating on whether or not to continue reading the series.

ahill33's review

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4.0

It was an interesting tale of Louisa moving on after Will. There were many surprises throughout the book, but her growth and perseverance were apparent which made this book a great read.

valentinapaz's review

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2.0

Innecesario.