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Pauline Sara Jo Moyes born on 4 August 1969, known professionally as Jojo Moyes, is an English journalist, romance novelist, and screenwriter since year 2002. She is one of the few authors to have twice won the Romantic Novel Award at the Year of the Association of Romantic Novelists, and his works have been translated into twenty-eight languages.
Pauline Sara-Jo Moyes was born on August 4, year 1969, in Maidstone, England.
Before attending college, Moyes held several jobs: she was a typist at NatWest writing Braille explanations for the blind, a pamphlet writer for the 18-30 Club and, for a short time, a minicab driver. While studying at the Royal Holloway University in London, Moyes worked for Egham and Staines News.
Moyes received a scholarship funded by The Independent newspaper, which enabled him to attend a postgraduate course in news journalism at City University in year 1992. He then worked for The Independent for the next 10 years in various capacities, becoming assistant news editor in year 1998. In year 2002, she became arts and media correspondent for the paper.
Early in her writing career, Moyes wrote three manuscripts, all of which were initially rejected. With a son, another baby on the way, and a career in journalism, Moyes vowed to stop her efforts if her fourth book was rejected. After sending the first three chapters of her fourth book to different publishers, six of them started a bidding war for the rights.
Moyes became a full-time writer in year 2002 when her first book, Sheltering Rain, was published. She continues to write her articles for The Daily Telegraph.
Moyes’s publishers, Hodder & Stoughton, did not pick up the year 2012 novel Me Before You and Moyes sold it to Penguin. It sold six million copies, reached number one in nine countries, and revitalized her back catalog, resulting in three of her novels simultaneously appearing on the New York Times bestseller list. Moyes later wrote two sequels to Me Before You: After You in year 2015 and Still Me in year 2018.
In year 2013, it was announced that Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter had been hired to write the adaptation of Me Before You. In year 2016, the film adaptation Me Before You was released and the script was written by Moyes.
In year 2018, Moyes invested £120,000 in the Quick Reads Initiative, an adult literacy project. Her investment brought three more years of funding to the program. Ella’s book Paris for One and Other Stories is part of the year 2015 Quick Reads collection and she contributed a short story to A Fresh Start from the year 2020 Quick Reads collection.
Moyes lives on a farm in Great Sampford, Essex, with her husband, journalist Charles Arthur, and her three children. Her animals include a former racehorse, Brian, and a rescued 58kg Pyrenean female mountain dog.
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They had nothing common until love gave them everything to lose. . .
Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl who lives an extraordinarily ordinary life (boyfriend, close family) and has lived just beyond her small town.
She takes a much-needed job for former Master of the Universe Will Traynor, who is confined to a wheelchair after an accident. Will has always lived the high life – big business, extreme sports, world travel – and now he’s pretty sure he can’t live like he is.
Will is bitter, moody, bossy, but Lou refuses to treat him with kid gloves, and soon her happiness means more to her than he bargained for. When she learns that the Will has shocking plans of his own, she sets out to show him that the life is still worth living.
A love story for this generation and perfect for fans of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, Me Before You brings to life two people who couldn’t have anything less in common: a heartbreakingly romantic novel that asks: what do you do? when Does this Person you love happily also mean breaking your heart?
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I love it when you read a book by an author you don’t know and fall in love with it. This was one of them. First of all, I have to admit that I love everything related to English. I am obsessed! I’m English for a reason! Well… English-American, I guess. My grandmother and my mother were born in England, unfortunately I didn’t get there…YET! On top of that… I think it’s Jojo’s English that attracted me. Nope! It has an amazing writing style, a great suspenseful plot, a bit of romance and a great ending! The English slang attracted me even more!
Although this could be resolved, it was actually the fork in the road that kept me guessing. I was really excited to see that how it would end! It’s interesting because Jojo Moyes is able to take such a deep subject, assisted suicide, and put it all in a format so you can see the ins and outs at once. It is incredibly well done. I have never fallen like she was trying to shove rhetoric down my throat.
I think one thing he does very well is introduce his characters and make his readers love and sympathize with them. You are brilliant. I love that Lou is such an odd guy, but it makes sense for her to keep to herself. As his story emerges, we learn why he’s okay playing it safe, everyone has a reason to be less than brave, and hers fits the story pretty well.
And then we meet Mr. Smarty Pants himself, Will Traynor. I fell in love with this guy! It was difficult because there is also Patrick. I never felt connected to Patrick and although I wanted the best for everyone, I felt that Patrick was a bit of a narcissist. I’m happy for him, but come on Patrick, there are other people and other things in the world! I laughed. Weirdly, I’m really into sports, so I could really understand his point of view, but at the same time it made me sad that he was so wrapped up in his own existence while Lou was actually struggling.
The plot of the story was amazing and put me on the edge of my seat. I kept looking at the percentage on my Kindle and wondering how much longer Lou and Will could take, but I never felt like I was rushing the story. The pace was pretty good.
I loved the ending! love love love love!! I was going to go to bed an hour earlier but I CAN’T because I was so close to the end. It was fabulous. It suits the book and the characters quite well, but I wanted more of these characters!
In short: very emotional, but good to read. Difficult topics that will make you think for days!
“me before you”
by Jojo Moyes
Moyes is one of my favorite authors because she doesn’t have a “type” or permanence formula for her books. Three of her books (“Star Giver”, “The Girl You Left Behind” and “Me Before You”) are my favorites and they are all completely different in plot, era, character and style. Although these books are great stories rather than award-winning masterpieces, I love that kind of variety in my reading.
This is the story of Louisa Clark, who is hired by a family to help her recently disabled son and hopefully change her mind about taking her own life through euthanasia. The story and characters aren’t necessarily groundbreaking, but it’s still a wonderful read. It’s much more than just a nonsensical beach read, but less than a dark-hued character journey… it’s a perfect interlude that can be enjoyed by almost all readers.
As I mentioned earlier, Moyes’ writing is descriptive yet simple and to the point. I love how she develops her characters along with her stories, and I enjoy how her books often have a twist, but not in some kind of downhill race from the twist to the end. She tackles important issues (here: right to die) without pretense or agenda (THANK YOU!)
A love story for this generation and perfect for fans of John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, Me Before You brings to life two people who couldn’t have anything less in common: a heartbreakingly romantic novel that asks: what do you do? What do you do when making the person you love happy also means breaking your own heart?
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