“You don’t have to let that one thing be the thing that defines you.”
The follow up to the popular Me Before You, After You explores Louisa Clark’s life after Will. It is eighteen months later and Louisa is still coping with the loss. A number of new people enter her life along with one in particular that she never saw coming.
This is one of those follow ups that I was not really sure about as Me Before You truly stands as a good stand-alone read. I was really curious about what After You would have to offer as there was potential for an interesting story. After reading it, however, it just feels… unnecessary. Continue reading “After You by Jojo Moyes”