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Reviews for Still Me

by Jojo Moyes

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From Booklist, Copyright © American Library Association. Used with permission.

*Starred Review* As promised at the end of After You (2015), Louisa is pursuing adventure in New York City even though it means leaving her current love, the gorgeous Ambulance Sam, behind in England. In a closet-sized room on the Upper West Side, she takes a job as assistant to the mercurial Agatha Gopnik, a rich man's second wife who needs a friend almost as much as she needs the approval of the ladies' philanthropic circuit. Louisa finds she can either manage Agatha's life or her relationship with Sam, especially when Sam gets a cute new paramedic partner and Louisa meets a New Yorker who is the spitting image of Will Traynor, her former charge. An elderly neighbor with a vicious pug and a hoard of vintage clothing becomes an unexpected ally when things inevitably go wrong. This installment won't quite rip your heart out the way Me Before You (2012) did, but an over-the-top cinematic finale may elicit some happy tears. Louisa is the perfect mix of daffy and brilliant, a sartorial risk-taker with a knack for solving other people's problems. It is utterly satisfying to watch her tackle her own. Readers of Sophie Kinsella and Graeme Simsion's The Rosie Project (2013) will want to start at the beginning. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: A big marketing campaign and a cliffhanger ending in After You will ensure that Moyes fans will be clamoring for the return of Louisa Clark.--Maguire, Susan Copyright 2017 Booklist


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Louisa Clark is back. Leaving behind in England her new love, Sam, she takes a position as a personal assistant to a wealthy New York socialite. In some ways, catering to Agnes is like caring for her late love, Will. Agnes requires Louisa to be with her constantly for mental support, to run errands, and generally be a loyal companion. But Louisa quickly finds that while working for the upper crust of New York's elite has its perks, keeping Agnes's secrets is the real job. NaÔvely, Louisa misjudges the motives of her employers and finds herself betrayed, unemployed, and homeless in her adopted city. Now, pushed completely outside her somewhat widened comfort zones, she must truly embrace life and discover who she wants to be when she follows her own star. Moyes (Me Before You; The Girl You Left Behind) has a gift for creating characters that pop from the pages. Louisa comes into her own in this third connected book. She stumbles, she falls, but her emotions, anxieties, and loves feel real. New readers to the series may be confused without reading the previous titles. Verdict Expect demand from readers who loved Me Before You and those who were entranced with the movie. After the mixed reviews for After You, this book does justice to funny, witty Louisa.-Jennifer Beach, Longwood Univ. Lib., Farmville, VA © Copyright 2018. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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