Me before you by Jojo Moyes

Read my review of Me before You by Jojo Moyes.

The reading of this novel ended with me bawling my eyes out and itching to read it again, thinking maybe there is an alternate ending. Alas this was to no avail and I had to accept the fact that it was what it was. The writer Jojo Moyes forces her readers to believe in all the situations that she creates in this amazing book and makes them reach the point where they find it hard to read, given that their eyes are filled with tears.

This is a love story which shows us the bravery and the effort needed to get our lives back on track after it has been pushed off the course. The book starts somewhere in 2009 where Louisa Clark, a 26 year old, clumsy, happy, working-class girl gets the job as the care taker of the rich, grumpy and witty Mr. Will Traynor. After a tragic accident, he has been left a quadriplegic for two years. It is this condition that puts him in depression and his mother in a desperate need to get him out, hence she hires Louisa.

Lousia- the girl who lives in a windowless room in a sleepy market town, robbed of her confidence to live life. When she finally meets with Will- the once lively man…. they both go through a roller coaster of emotions as they teach each other the parts of life that they both lack respectively.

In this course of the story not only do Lou and Will fall in love with each other but they also bring the reader to fall in love with the purity of their love. Somewhere in between the antics of Louisa, the foreign films they watch and the books they read together we lose ourselves completely and embark upon a journey filled with life lessons, laughter and tears.

I recommend this book to everyone who can get their hands on it.

3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge!

I’m here again with another amazing nomination. This time, it is 3 days 3 quotes challenge! (yup, I’m excited) So, thank you Yashi, for this lovely-lovely nomination. It’s really a great challenge!

The rules are:
1.Pick 3 quotes for 3 days and write what they mean to you
2.Nominate 3 different bloggers each day (no repetition)
3.Thank the person who nominated you
4.Send the bloggers, you are nominating, a quick message so they can participate

Here is my quote –

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I may not be a romantic novel reader, but this quote just I guess, seized my heart (<3) This is the most special, the most affectionate, the most passionate and the most everything quote in the world for me. I like the way how it is full of amour and sensuality at the same time! This is exactly similar to how one feels when one falls in love 🙂

My 3 Nominations are –

Gabriel

Ava

Deepthi