If there has been one character that I’ve truly connected with over the past few years, it would have to be Louisa Clark. There are so many things to love about her, from her quirky fashion sense (I mean those bumble bee tights!) to her personality and how she interacts with those around her. From the vey first moment we’re introduced to her in Me Before You you can’t help but listen with wrapped attention as the story unfolds. I’ll admit I didn’t like how the first one ended, it was far too tragic, but I definitely enjoyed reading the sequel, After You. For those who have read it, you’ll know that it got off to a rocky start, but if she hadn’t fallen off her balcony we never would have met Ambulance Sam!
In the third book, Still Me, Louisa Clark finds herself in New York City where she takes a job with the Gopnick’s who live in a building along with some of New York’s social elite. By day she works for the 2nd Ms. Gopnick, a beautiful (but difficult) young woman of the same age and in her spare time she explores the city around her. Her time in the city is not without it’s hiccup’s, but I think anyone who reads the book will not only enjoy the setting and cast of characters but also the way the story wraps up.
I highly recommend listening to this one on audiobook due to the narrator Anna Acton. She’s narrated all three of the novels in this trilogy, and she’s one of the few narrators that I truly enjoy listening to.
If you’ve read Still Me, I’d love to hear what you thought of it in the comments below.