Still Me

Still Me

eBook - 2018
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Louisa Clark arrives in New York to start a new life and a long-distance relationship with Ambulance Sam while working for the super-wealthy Gopniks, a job that introduces her to New York high society and a secretive man who reminds her of her own past.
Publisher: New York, New York : Pamela Dorman Books/Viking, [2018]
ISBN: 9780399562471
Characteristics: 1 online resource (390 pages)
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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:A spirited look at New York high society.” - Donna Maturri, Pickerington Public Library, Pickerington, OH

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Apr 16, 2021

Louisa has always been a survivor. She knows how to tear her way through problems. As always a joyous ending.

Jan 20, 2021

Obviously, if I am to compare, no book in this trilogy could even get smallest bit close to how good “Me Before You” was. However, on its own, it was a really good book and much better than the second one!

Jan 06, 2021

I picked this book up without realising it was the third in a trilogy! Whoops. But still enjoyed and gathered enough from the plot to understand the themes in the previous books. Good easy to read summer novel.

In some trilogies, the first is good, the second is better, and the third is a disappointment (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, etc.). Some trilogies get it right the first time and gradually get worse (I'm looking at you Jurassic Park). And then you have some trilogies that peak high, dip low, then course correct somewhere inbetween at the end. That is where "Still Me" falls. I think Louisa Clark made the wrong choices, and I could not stay invested, despite the strong start.

Oct 07, 2020

I will preface this by saying I really loved the first book and enjoyed the second the same and was really excited to read this however I just fpcould not get into it and it seemed lik a cash grab by the author. I may read the first two again and give this one another shot but for now I will add it to my DNF list and suggest you pass this one up

Jun 01, 2020

The book hooked me pretty quickly and I looked forward to reading it every day. This author definitely has a formula for her stories, but I thoroughly enjoy it. It helps me unwind and forget about the world for a little while.

Feb 23, 2020

The first book intrigued me but then I wanted to throw it across the room. The second book had me hooked to the point that I read it in four days. But this.... I have tried to read this three times and have yet to get to the fourth chapter. That should speak volumes as to why I don't think this book was necessary.

Oct 14, 2019

LOVE this book! Loved crying while I read this book!!! ( and ALL the good things everyone else wrote!!) VERY worthwhile reading!!!

Apr 21, 2019

I loved this book. A story of family, love and a quest to find who you really are. I enjoy the way Jojo Moyes writes. I would highly recommend her books.

cat_lady4 Mar 05, 2019

The love I have for not just this book but the whole series.
This book tipped me over the edge with love. I talked about this one so much so that my partner purchased me the hardback version of it (and the rest of the series) because I wouldn't stop recommending it to people or bringing it up in discussions. By the third you feel like your Lou's friend. And you're sitting on the edge trying to see what she's going to decide to choose to do next. There were parts I found unnecessary, as though JoJo was running out of time and trying to add conflict (like Josh's storyline) but overall. I can't recommend this book enough. And we finally see Wills perspective of life (before the accident though). Amazing. 

Also people who didn't bother reading the story didn't find that she became independent and what a wonderful thing that was.

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ELPLPublicServices 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."

May 17, 2018

“Know, first, who you are; and then adorn yourself accordingly.”—Epictetus
The Epigraph

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

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

May 17, 2018

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


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