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Me Before You

 Author: Jojo Moyes  Category: Romance  Published: December 31, 2012  File Size: 12.8 MB  Tags: ContemporarydramaFictionRealistic FictionRomance |  Download PDF


Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, explores themes of love, choice, and the power of human connection.


It tells the story of the quirky Louisa Clark, who unfortunately lost her job and is seeking a new one. This is how she crosses paths with Will Traynor, who devastatingly became paralyzed after a motorcycle accident.

Famous Quotes:

“Push yourself. Don’t Settle.”

“Just live well. Just live.”

“Challenge yourself a bit.”

“You only get one life. It’s actually your duty to live it as fully as possible.”

“You can only actually help someone who wants to be helped.”

“I held him close and said nothing, all the while telling him silently that he was loved. Oh, but he was loved.”

“We are all part of some great cycle, some pattern that it was only God’s purpose to understand.”

“I thought, briefly, that I would never feel as intensely connected to the world, to another human being, as I did at that moment.”

“If you’re going to wear a dress like that you need to wear it with confidence. You need to fill it mentally as well as physically.”

“I know this isn’t a conventional love story. I know there are all sorts of reasons I shouldn’t even be saying what I am. But I love you. I do. I knew it when I left Patrick. And I think you might even love me a little bit.”

“I will never, ever regret the things I’ve done. Because most days, if you’re stuck in one of these, all you have are places in your memory that you can go to.”

“Sometimes, Clark, you are pretty much the only thing that makes me want to get up in the morning.”

“I let him know a hurt had been mended in a way that he couldn’t have known, and for that alone there would always be a piece of me indebted to him.”

“How could you live each day knowing that you were simply whiling away the days until your own death?”

Literary awards:

  • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Fiction (2013)
  • RUSA CODES Reading List for Women’s Fiction (2014)