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From the sensational number-one New York Times best-selling author Jojo Moyes, a new book featuring her iconic heroine of Me Before You and After You, Louisa Clark

Louisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles. She is thrown into the world of the super-rich Gopniks: Leonard and his much younger second wife, Agnes, and a never-ending array of household staff and hangers-on. Lou is determined to get the most out of the experience and throws herself into her job and New York life within this privileged world.

Before she knows what's happening, Lou is mixing in New York high society, where she meets Joshua Ryan, a man who brings with him a whisper of her past. In Still Me, as Lou tries to keep the two sides of her world together, she finds herself carrying secrets - not all her own - that cause a catastrophic change in her circumstances. And when matters come to a head, she has to ask herself: Who is Louisa Clark? And how do you reconcile a heart that lives in two places?

©2017 Jojo Moyes (P)2017 Penguin Audio

Critic Reviews

"Narrator Anna Acton is perfectly believable as the lovable heroine.... Transitioning smoothly between Lou and the wide range of diverse supporting characters, Acton navigates Lou's journey of self-discovery with humor and authenticity." (AudioFile)  

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better than 2, not quite as good as 1

What did you love best about Still Me?

i had much anticipation for this book having loved the first one so much. I love the character of Louisa Clarke and i love Moyes' writing style. She weaves in surprises in what could become so predictable and makes her characters and their context come alive. I've loved watching Lou grow into her own.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Still Me?

when Lou refuses the offer from her former employer-

Which character – as performed by Anna Acton – was your favorite?

Oddly i think Margo Dewitt because of the voice change- it seemed difficult and yet was very believable.

If you could rename Still Me, what would you call it?

The title is perfect as is.

11 of 12 people found this review helpful

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  • Shauna
  • Pasadena, CA, United States
  • 02-07-18

Still Me Narrator Ruined it for me

This is my third Jojo Moyes audiobook. I love the character Louisa, both for the way she is written and the way the narrator voices her. Unfortunately, Still Me is almost ruined by the narrator's other performances..

This book mixes people from London, New York, Krakow, and other cities. The narrator, Anna Acton, did a good job with all the accents except for the New York/US accents, especially the males. The way she portrayed them was grating, cringeworthy.

In other cases when I have been bothered by the narrator, I just hung in, eventually getting past it. As much as I like Jojo Moyes and the story, there was no hanging-in this time.

18 of 21 people found this review helpful

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Narration lacking

How could the performance have been better?

The only reason I finished listening was because I love Louisa and her story. The narrator's American accent was horrendous, regionally incorrect and painful to listen to.

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  • Glenda
  • Bolton, MA, United States
  • 02-12-18

Jojo has run out of steam on this character

This is a beach read at best. You could not have made sense of this book had you not read her previous books on this character -- but to be fair, I would not have picked it up if I did not have some history. The book seemed to drag and I was doing well to finish it. I hope this was the conclusion for this character. Too many mini-plots going different ways -- Loved Mrs. Dewitt and Dean Martin -- a high spot in the book.

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Read all 3. This was my favorite

I have ended up reading all 3 in this series when I was desperate for something to read. Something not too heavy (or situations are dealt with in a way that doesn't want to make me want to open a vein), with a main character I can root for, interesting secondary characters who are fleshed out, complicated life situation...

I'm always surprised that I enjoy Moyes' novels. But I guess I should quit being surprised and make her a go-to author when I'm in the mood for this type of book.

Audio narrator was quite good. Only a few slips in American pronunciation: anything and penniless. She voiced each character distinctly.

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Sorry I wasted over 13 hours of my time!!!

I loved the first book, but never listened to the second, mainly because the reviews were mostly negative, so when I saw all the great 5 star reviews here for book 3, I really expected it to be another tear-jerker. Boy, was I wrong!!! The story never actually went anywhere, and the narration was average at best! The New York accents, especially those of the male characters, were difficult to stand. What happened this time??? How could the first book be so wonderful, causing the listener both to laugh and cry, only to find that the follow-ups are not worth the time or credit? Do yourself a favor, and look for something else.wa

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A MUST READ

LOVE!!! I am a fan of JoJo and this has been a favorite story line of mine! This story has been so inspirational to me, and makes you think deeply about current issues. I have been challenged in my personal views on life and it's incredibly refreshing to be given a different point of view not feel like you are being bullied into changing your view points.

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JoJo Moyes does it again!

Yet again, a wonderful story about finding and loving yourself in often a world where that is not the norm.

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Still Great

I love this Continuing Story of Louisa. she is really coming into her own. I hope this is not the last in the series.

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I enjoyed this as much as the first one

This was different scenery but still the same world. Loved it till the last second, it was a little long and I wasn’t happy through the whole book, but it was great and that’s what books do to you. I absolutely recommend listening to after the first two of course. I’m so happy with how it ended. A small part of me wished there was a fourth to see how everything falls into place but I suppose that was the point. She has discovered who she was and that it was okay to be herself in a world that we so easily mold to people we are “supposed” to be. Good read. Light hearted for the most part and a good reminder and that life’s too short to not take chances while being cautious, but to try not to have too many regrets in the end. Loved it.