Me Before You { ebook } AUTHOR Jojo Moyes

  • Hardcover
  • 369
  • Me Before You
  • Jojo Moyes
  • English
  • 08 March 2019
  • 9780670026609

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Me Before You Free download Û PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Discover the love story that captured over 20 million hearts in Me Before You After You and Still MeThey had nothing in common until love gave them everything to lose Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl living an exceedingly ordinary life steady boyfriend close family who has barely been farther afield than their tiny village She takes a badly needed job working for ex–Ma. I m sitting here with tears running down my face having just finished this book I know I should probably let my emotions settle before reviewing but I want to get all the feelings downFirstly I want to say that the cover does not do this book justice It gives the impression of a bland and fluffy read when in reality this is a heartbreaking story with subject matter that may be difficult for a lot of readers The characters begin as likeable yet maddeningly realistic in all their egocentricities and self absorptions As their fears and insights are exposed they develop in strength and purpose to reveal rich individuals who are all irrevocably changed through the events which unfold I enjoyed the first person POV and the odd change in character thrown in stirred the narrative nicely for me I would have liked to have had at least a chapter from Will s perspective but can understand how challenging that may have been for the author I was really glad to have read Will s letter thoughI commend the author for producing a book which I found extremely readable the language was straight forward no purple prose or a whole bunch of medical jargon The plot is relatively simple yet not uncomplicated for all that it raises some controversial or ethical uestions How can you read this and not ask yourself what you might do in similar circumstances how you would feel if it was your friend Could you be what they needed and the moral impact of that The writing is smooth and effortless and yet the result is a story which is invested with so much emotion I m left feeling so mad sad and even oddly happily resigned about the ending I can t remember when I last finished a story that had tied me up in so many emotional knots and still left me completely satisfied with having read it I ll be chasing down of Ms Moyes works Communication Language and Meaning yet maddeningly realistic in all their egocentricities and self absorptions As their fears and insights are exposed they develop in strength and purpose to reveal rich individuals who are all irrevocably changed through the events which unfold I enjoyed the first person POV and the odd change in character thrown in stirred the narrative nicely for me I would have liked to have had at least a chapter from Will s perspective but can understand how challenging that may have been for the author I was really glad to have read Will s letter thoughI commend the author for producing a book which I found extremely readable the language was straight forward no purple prose or a whole bunch of medical jargon The plot is relatively simple Saturday Storm, Level 2 yet not uncomplicated for all that it raises some controversial or ethical uestions How can The Cure for Alcoholism you read this and not ask Popper Otto Selz and the Rise Of Evolutionary Epistemology yourself what Before You Cheat you might do in similar circumstances how Red Riding Hood Romantic Fairy Tales #1 you would feel if it was The Bhs Veterinary Manual (British Horse Society) your friend Could The Price of Emancipation you be what they needed and the moral impact of that The writing is smooth and effortless and Work and Life Integration Organizational Cultural and Individual Perspectives Lea's Organization and Management yet the result is a story which is invested with so much emotion I m left feeling so mad sad and even oddly happily resigned about the ending I can t remember when I last finished a story that had tied me up in so many emotional knots and still left me completely satisfied with having read it I ll be chasing down of Ms Moyes works

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Me Before You Free download Û PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Plans of his own she sets out to show him that life is still worth living A Love Story for this generation and perfect for fans of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars Me Before You brings to life two people who couldn’t have less in common a heartbreakingly romantic novel that asks What do you do when making the person you love happy also means breaking your own hear. This review contains spoilersSo let s get started shall weThe first thing you should know is it s very rare that I give a book one star because I can usually find SOMETHING enjoyable about it But that s not the case here There were absolutely no redeeming ualities in this book for me In fact there were a total of two points and by points I mean singular lines in this book where I genuinely liked what was said The first was when Treena said Oh for Christ s sake Lou For once in your life just get a grip Page 347 and the second was when Louisa said It s not my decision Mum It s Will s Page 350 Both of which I had been screaming for the ENTIRE DURATION OF THE BOOK Apart from those two lines everything else about this book made want to tear my hair out First let s talk about the writing Before I started reading I was under the impression that this book had beautiful prose because that s what I d heard from countless people What I would consider beautiful writing ie The Night Circus Ava Lavender Ari and Dante is the type of writing that resonates with and is breathlessly easy to follow But what I got in this book were gems like I could have looked at his face all night The way his eyes wrinkled at the corners That place where his neck met his shoulder Page 265 That place where his neck met his shoulderSomeone please explain to me what that meansAlso add in a few I let out a breath I didn t know I was holdings and you can basically sum up the writing in this bookPoint being I was bored it elicited no emotion from me and I had to drag myself through each chapter The characters They were all insufferable Will is a moody brooding bitter ass who stays a moody brooding bitter ass until the very end Of course he s also rich handsome stubborn and loves literature and all aspects of high culture society The perfect recipe for your stereotypical heartthrob Louisa is a 26 year old woman who has no motivation to do anything with her life until a man comes in and changes herOh and then of course you have to add in a little dash of sexual assault to make your main character interesting because you know you can t have a good book without THAT Now let s address the unbearable plot This whole book is based around the ridiculous premise that Louisa is trying to find a way to save Will by giving him a reason to live It s essentially 369 pages of Louisa an able bodied person who decides that SHE knows when a disabled person is ready to die Only to learn that she doesn t have the right to make that decision and he s just gonna die anyway So you re left reading a book that can only have one possible ending If this was supposed to be a story about Louisa learning that she was wrong shouldn t the reader learn with her Because you don t You know from the very beginning exactly how the book is going to end Talk about predictability Also I will just briefly mention that while I do think that making a commentary on physician assisted suicide is important and it s a topic that deserves discussion I don t think that this was the best or most productive way to go about it Overall I think it did harm than good to use it as a plot device in a book that s marketed as a romance novel Were you waiting for my thoughts on the ableism Here you go First off as an able bodied person I know my place and I m not going to try to speak on behalf of anyone or pretend to know about the issue than I do That being said I m still going to call this book out for the ableist themes it perpetuates The whole message of this book is that no matter what lengths someone goes for you how much love wealth or support you have living a disabled life is so unbearable that the only thing to do is to kill yourself Do with that what you will but nothing about that message is right or okay in my eyesBut again I am speaking only from my perspective So here are a couple of links to articles written by disabled people about their thoughts on the ableism in this book the only thing about this book that made me cry was how painful it was to keep reading I NEVER DNF books yet I was SO close to putting this one down But I just couldn t do it because I wanted to be able to talk about it in its entirety So there you have it All of my thoughts on this wildly popular well loved book So much for going to see the movie The Practice of Computing Using Python you do when making the person Jane Eyre eBook: Charlotte Brontë, Carmen Martín Gaite: Amazon.es: Tienda Kindle you love happy also means breaking A Non Philosophical Theory of Nature your own hear. 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Me Before You Free download Û PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ster of the Universe Will Traynor who is wheelchair bound after an accident Will has always lived a huge life big deals extreme sports worldwide travel and now he’s pretty sure he cannot live the way he isWill is acerbic moody bossy but Lou refuses to treat him with kid gloves and soon his happiness means to her than she expected When she learns that Will has shocking. Did anyone else notice that the ultimate message of this book is that a disabled life is not worth living even despite a caring family endless wealth the best medical care and by the end of the book a devoted loving romantic partner For a while I was enjoying the story but by the end I was deeply distressed about the moral and ethical implications of the book s ending The book juxtaposes an adventurous athletic and sexually active lifestyle with life in a wheelchair and decides that life in a wheelchair is not worth living For those of us with close friends or loved ones with similar disabilities this is a disturbing and morally callous ending