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[ Pdf Me Before You ô atlanta-campaign PDF ] by Jojo Moyes Ù There goes my heart.
Hold on I need a few seconds to make sense of what happened I can t believe it I was warned it would come as a shock, and even the author gently glided our thoughts toward that idea, but I still felt that PANG in my chest when reading the ending.
That s all I m going to say about that, for fear of spoiling anything for you.
Louisa is a simple girl She works She cares for her family She does what she has to do She doesn t take risks or ever act recklessly It s not who she is her responsibilities come first.
Will s playground is life itself He has a great job, a great girlfriend and the means to go wherever he wants and do whatever he desires.
That is, before the accident happens Now, he s in a wheelchair, paralysed and dead inside The man he was before is gone, now he can t even recognize himself.
When Louisa and Will meet, there is no love a My video review discussion on this incredible book This was one of the best books I have ever read So good that it makes me want to lower the ratings of all of the other books I have read just so that this and maybe Clockwork Princess is the only book with a 5 star rating I can t properly describe right now how exactly this book moved me and made me analyze my own thoughts, as I am still currently crying, but just know that it did Absolutely wonderful.
Louisa Clarkin El M Englantilaisessa Pikkukaupungissa On L Peens Turvallista Ja Tuttua Kun H N Aloittaa Olosuhteiden Pakosta Ja Vailla Aiempaa Kokemusta Onnettomuudessa Halvaantuneen Willin Henkil Kohtaisena Avustajana, H N Joutuu Kyseenalaistamaan Koko Entisen El M NsWillin El M On Onnettomuuden J Lkeen Ollut Harmaata Tai Pikemminkin Mustaa Ennen H N Eli Kuin Viimeist P Iv , Ja Nyt H N Istuu Katkeroituneena Py R Tuolissa Loulla Ja Willill Ei Ensin N Yt Olevan Mit N Yhteist Will Haluaisi El El M Ns Tyystin Eri Tavalla Mutta Ei Voi, Lou Taas Voisi Puolestaan Tehd Mit Vain Mutta Ei Uskalla Levitt Siipi N Will On Katkera, Ylimielinen Ja Oikukas, Mutta Lou Ei Suostu Kohtelemaan H Nt Silkkihansikkain, Vaan Ottaa Teht V Kseen Palauttaa V Rit Ja Ilon Willin Maailmaan Kun He Vihdoin Todella N Kev T Toisensa Ja Ymm Rt V T Mit El Minen Oikeastaan On, On Aika Tehd Suuria Valintoja 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.
This book showed love and it s beautiful nature but also the harsh reality of life.
Totally sobbed at the endthinking about filming a review because I have a lot to say about this book.
Very well done, heartbreakingly so Despite being a bit predictable, I adored this book I love the characters, and I sort of want to pick it back up and read it again I could have easily flown through this book in a day if I d had time , but I m glad I took my time with it I really got to know the characters, and I really liked the ending, and how it contrasted the beginning of the story SO BEAUTIFUL.
I had a hard time rating this book one star, because up until the end I really liked it But the end is the most important part of every book because it s what stays with you and after that I just can t bring myself to rate it anything but did not like it.
I am honestly shocked after reading all those 5 reviews Not because people liked the book, but because people somehow manage to get something inspirational and romantic out of it Seriously I don t want to judge people for their opinion, but that s just disturbing Spoilers ahead Before I start, I want to say that I don t dislike this book because I m strictly against any and every form of assisted suicide It s a difficult subject with some valid arguments on both sides in some cases, at least I also don t have a problem with sad endings I have different reasons for disliking it.

This review contains spoilers So let s get started, shall we The 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 qualities 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 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 h Being a male reader on a booksite you kind of expect to be outnumbered when it comes to the sexes But that doesn t keep alarm bells from blaring like a convoy of reversing trucks when practically every reviewer of a book is of the female gender And when the author in addition is touted as the winner of multiple romance novel awards your primal male instinct is to run like your being chased by some primordial predator.
So it was really against my instinct and better judgement that I began reading this book But this is NOT a romance novel In fact it is a brilliant comment on the issue of euthanasia which claims it s brilliance by reading like a romance novel and not a political comment Having personally cared for a handful of terminal people over a perio

Jojo Moyes is a British novelist.Moyes studied at Royal Holloway, University of London She won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to study journalism at City University and subsequently worked for The Independent for 10 years In 2001 she became a full time novelist Moyes novel Foreign Fruit won the Romantic Novelists Association RNA Romantic Novel of the Year in 2004.She is mar