After You (novel)

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After You
After You (Moyes book).jpg
AuthorJojo Moyes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Genre
  • Adult novel
  • Realistic fiction
Publication date
29 September 2015
Media typePrint (hardcover, paperback)
e-book
ISBN9781405926751
Preceded byMe Before You 
Followed byStill Me 

After You is a romance novel written by Jojo Moyes, a sequel to Me Before You. The book was first published on 29 September 2015 in the United Kingdom.[1] A second sequel, Still Me, was published in January 2018.[2]

Summary[edit]

It continues the story of Louisa Clark after Will's death. She is trying to move on. She was convinced by his motivation to change, so she moved to London and got a job in an airport bar. One night, she decides to go up the roof of her building to sit alone when someone from behind her talks to her. She panics and falls off the roof. She breaks many bones and takes a lot of time to heal. After she gets well she enrolls in a moving on circle in a church and lies to everyone and tells them Will's name was Bill. Lily, Will's daughter gets in contact with her and she wants to know everything about her deceased father, whom she didn't know existed until he died. Lily wants to get to know her grandparents, so she moves in with Louisa. She hates living with her mother, stepfather, and her half-brothers. Meanwhile, Louisa gets to know Sam, the uncle of one of the boys in her moving on circle. Sam is also one of the ambulance drivers that helped save her life. As she gets to know him, a new love story begins to grow in her life. Nathan gets in contact with her and offers her a job in the USA. She interviews for this job and gets accepted. It is such a hard decision for Lou as she had just started to fall for Sam.

References[edit]

  1. ^ McClurg, Jocelyn. "Moyes writes sequel to 'Me Before You'". USA Today. Retrieved 1 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Still Me by Jojo Moyes". Penguin Random House. Retrieved 2018-03-13.

External links[edit]

  • "After You". www.jojomoyes.com. Retrieved 12 September 2017.