Jojo Moyes: After You

Available Now: After You: A Novel

****4/5 stars- Loved itjojomoyes-afteryou

Poignant and lighthearted, After You is another great from Jojo Moyes about learning to love after loss.

Recommended readers:

  • Fans of dramatic fiction
  • Fans of Jojo Moyes
  • and if you want to read the book before the movie

Here’s my Rankings:

  • 4/5 for characters
  • 4/5 for plot
  • 4/5 overall
  • 1/5 steaminess

REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:

The sequel to the book (Me Before You) that put Jojo Moyes on the map, After You is a charming novel about Louisa Clark and her struggle to build a life after the love of her life’s death. With so heady a premise, the story was equally poignant and lighthearted with a touch of English wit that is fun to read. Building on the characters of both the kooky Clark and the uber-rich Traynor families, After You carries on their stories along with some new in a quick-reading, up all night drama.

You’ll definitely want to read Me Before You first – not only because it is one of Jojo Moyes best and highly acclaimed, but it provides a deeper background to the pain of Louisa’s lost love.

After You: A Novel is available now on Amazon.

BOOKS ON THE BIG SCREEN:

Exciting alert! Books for Her has learned that Me Before You is being made into a movie – and set to release in June 2016, starring Emilia Clark (Game of Thrones) as Lou and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games) as Will. We’ll keep you posted

Other Books for Her reviews of Jojo Moyes:

Sheltering Rain

The Last Letter From Your Lover

The Ship of Brides

One Plus One

 

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