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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. Thoroughly engaging and thought provoking, this is the best book I've read so far this year and I so did not see it coming. View all 88 comments. 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 tha 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? 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. Ashley I agree with your review on top of the deep feeling of a misogynistic undertone at the end which is surprising since it was written by a woman.
I wa I agree with your review on top of the deep feeling of a misogynistic undertone at the end which is surprising since it was written by a woman. I was going to give this book stars until then epilogue when I felt like it was very "if you wouldn't have met me, you would have never succeeded in life so you're welcome.
Sharon I disagree pretty whole heartedly, especially when you say his choice is "life in a wheelchair. This story is about someone I disagree pretty whole heartedly, especially when you say his choice is "life in a wheelchair. This story is about someone in a powered chair who was incredibly physical beforehand and afterwards.
He couldn't move but could still feel pain? He would probably die from pneumonia, which is no picnic. C'mon, let's see other people's points of view, sometimes. That's what books are for, folks. Some people make this decision. Isn't it better to expand your mind and try to understand 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. View all 29 comments. 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.
View all 25 comments. This book showed love and it's beautiful nature but also the harsh reality of life. Totally sobbed at the end Very well done, heartbreakingly so. View all 34 comments. 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". Not because people liked the book, but because people somehow manage to get something "inspirational" and romantic out of it I don't want to judge people for their opinio I had a hard time rating this book one star, because up until the end I really liked it.
I don't want to judge people for their opinion, but that's just disturbing. 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. Like a lot of people, I cried at the end of this book, but unlike probably most, not out of sadness, but out of anger. God, I was angry Then I get on here and I see people quoting the book: Just have greater consequences than others.
But you don't have to let the result of one mistake be the thing that defines you. You, Clark, have the choice not to let that happen. It's actually your duty to live it as fully as possible. Just live. Why does he have to let his disability define him? He tells her to "Just live. Push yourself. Is it really better to never settle than try to actually be happy with what you have?
I get that with you around, perhaps it could even be a very good life. But it's not my life. It's nothing like the life I want. Not even close. I loved my life, Clark. Really loved it. I loved my job, my travels, the things I was.
I loved being a physical person. I liked riding my motorbike, hurling myself off buildings. I liked crushing people in business deals. I liked having sex. Lots of sex. I led a big life. I am not designed to exist in this thing - and yet for all intents and purposes it's now the thing that defines me.
It is the only thing that defines me. So it could be a very good life. But it's just not good enough for me. So, all the people who love me, go to hell, and I'm going to die. Because I just won't settle for less than perfect. I would have had an easier time understanding the book if he had been miserable until the end. If the book had showed us that his life really was miserable and he couldn't go on, it would have been incredibely sad and depressing still entirely unromantic , but I would get that.
Let him die of pneumonia. That would be sad, but at least it wouldn't send such a disturbing message. As it is, the book spends two thirds showing us that they can actually have happy moments and that he can actually love and be happy. But it's just not enough. Don't settle. Now, I'm not claiming to even remotely be able to imagine what Will must feel like or how difficult his life is - but there are thousands of people out there, who live very difficult lives and still manage to be happy or at least try.
I have a very deep respect for those people. But Will can't be happy or try because he can no longer go to Paris and go skiing and do all those super-amazing things he did in his life before - and just enjoying music, loving and being loved simply won't do.
It just seemes to me like the overall message of the book is a very shallow one for this. Another thing, that makes me a little mad, is how in the book he says something like: This just blows my mind!
You don't lose all your choices because you can't move your legs and arms. He made tons of choices during the course of the book. He chose to be rude to Lou, he chose to be nice to Lou, he chose not to go out, he chose to go out, he chose to go to Alicia's wedding, he chose to go to Mauritius All those things weren't his choices? He also had a lot more choices, considering all the money they had - yes, he was very limited in some "choices", but that doesn't mean he didn't have any.
So, no, dying wasn't the first time he made his own choice. What it was, was the last time he made any choice. It wasn't the accident that took away all of his choices, it was deciding to die. And that's not brave, let alone romantic. It completely blows my mind that there are people reviewing this who found that ending romantic - I'm not sure how romantic you would find it if the person you loved wanted to commit suicide Also, it was incredibly selfish.
Will didn't just make a choice for his life, he made one for the people he loved and who loved him. And no matter how unpopular that opinion may be in today's super-individualistic world that sees self-fulfillment as the highest achievable goal, I actually believe that our duty not to hurt the people we love is - in general - a little more important than the duty to "live our life as fully as possible.
Maybe Will is just an incredibly shallow person. He didn't really feel like that to me for large stretches of the book, but maybe that's just it. And maybe that's what made me so angry. There's been some controversy about the story in connection with the release of the movie, and since I've discussed this a little in the comments, I thought I'd add a few notes into the body of the review as well - on why the message this story sends is so problematic.
Starting with what the message actually is: I don't think the author intended to tell us that a disabled life is not worth living and I would never accuse her of that. She made an effort to show that Will's life could be a good life and I have a feeling most readers understood that. The problematic part comes in where she presents it as a psychologically normal thing for him to still want to die. This reenforces very dangerous assumptions society already has about people with disabilities.
Many able bodied people have commented that they completely understand Will and if they were in his position they'd want to die too. They are wrong. And I can say this, because there is actual data on this - the vast majority of people with similar disabilities as Will do not want to die.
They adjust - with time and the right support and treatment. So when a disabled person has suicidal thoughts it is not our duty as a society to "empower" them to take their own life. It's our duty to give them the best possible care, treatment and support so they stop being suicidal.
One argument frequently brought up is that this is the story of just one man. That it's not meant to be representative of all disabled people. While this may be a valid argument for any single story, the problem remains that these kinds of stories are vastly overrepresented in mainstream media.
When was the last time a major Hollywood movie featured a quadriplegic lead character who didn't want to die? When you're creating content that has such an impact on such a gigantic audience, you cannot flinch from the responsibility of the message you're sending by claiming that it's "just one story". It isn't just one story. You're influencing people's opinions about disability and suicide on a huge scale.
And you're doing it in the worst possible way. View all 77 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 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 and the second was when Louisa said, "It's not my decision, Mum.
It's Will's," Page 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 book had "beautiful" prose, because that's what I'd heard from countless people.
What I would consider "beautiful" writing i. The Night Circus, Ava Lavender, Ari and Dante is the type of writing that resonates with and is breathlessly easy to follow. But what I got in this book were gems like: The way his eyes wrinkled at the corners. That place where his neck met his shoulder. Also add in a few "I let out a breath I didn't know I was holding"s and you can basically sum up the writing in this book.
Point being, I was bored, it elicited no emotion from me, and I had to drag myself through each chapter. The characters? They were all insufferable. Will is a moody, brooding, bitter ass who stays a moody, brooding, bitter ass until the very end.
Of course he's also rich, handsome, stubborn, and loves literature and all aspects of "high culture" society. The perfect recipe for your stereotypical heartthrob. Now let's address the unbearable plot. This whole book is based around the ridiculous premise that Louisa is trying to find a way to "save" Will by giving him a reason to live.
It's essentially pages of Louisa, an able bodied person, who decides that SHE knows when a disabled person is ready to die. Only to "learn" that she doesn't have the right to make that decision and he's just gonna die anyway. So you're left reading a book that can only have one possible ending. If this was supposed to be a story about Louisa learning that she was wrong… shouldn't the reader learn with her?
Because you don't. You know from the very beginning exactly how the book is going to end. Talk about predictability. Also I will just briefly mention that while I do think that making a commentary on physician assisted suicide is important and it's a topic that deserves discussion, I don't think that this was the best or most productive way to go about it. Overall I think it did more harm than good to use it as a plot device in a book that's marketed as a romance novel.
Were you waiting for my thoughts on the ableism? Here you go. First off, as an able bodied person, I know my place and I'm not going to try to speak on behalf of anyone or pretend to know more about the issue than I do.
The whole message of this book is that no matter what lengths someone goes for you, how much love, wealth, or support you have, living a disabled life is so unbearable that the only thing to do is to kill yourself. Do with that what you will, but nothing about that message is right or okay in my eyes.
But again, I am speaking only from my perspective. So here are a couple of links to articles written by disabled people about their thoughts on the ableism in this book: Honestly the only thing about this book that made me cry was how painful it was to keep reading.
But I just couldn't do it because I wanted to be able to talk about it in its entirety. So there you have it. All of my thoughts on this wildly popular, well loved book.
So much for going to see the movie. View all 41 comments. There goes my heart. Hold on. I need a few seconds to make sense of what happened. 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.
Louisa is a simple girl. She works. She cares for her family. She does what she has to do. 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. When Louisa and Will meet, there is no love at first sight. She is his new caregiver. But the more they spend time together, the more Louisa discovers the wonders that life has to offer.
I read Me Before You , expecting to discover the most poignant love story on earth. But I found something else instead. She never left the country and stays away from anything remotely dangerous. Will is determined to open her eyes to the unknown. With him by her side, she gains confidence, determination, learns not to let anyone dictate her actions and finally realizes what is best for her.
He is her sun and she is his. The themes of acceptance, family, friendship and life are even more present than the love one.
Louisa is a charming woman with a sense of humor and fantastic imagination. Reading the book through her perspective was utterly delightful. It will not affect your enjoyment of this book. You know why? Me Before You will win you over, whether you want it to or not. View all 56 comments. View all 7 comments. I kept seeing people say " Now this is a book ", and figured it was a lot of hype.
NO , NO it wasn't just a lot of hype. If you follow me on goodreads than you know all this month I've only well mainly only been reading books suggested to me from. If you follow me on goodreads than you know all this month I've only well mainly only been reading books suggested to me from friends on here. Me Before You was suggested to me at least ten times. Lou is just average. She is barely floating through life. Long time job, rocking a steady boyfriend, and just above average taste in clothes.
Will Taynor was a successful business man. Constantly traveling, being active, and enjoying his above average life. This all changes when Lou is laid off work and Will is in a major accident leaving him a quadriplegic. After these events happen you'll more than likely be thinking the same thing I thought, " wow I know exactly where this cliche story is going to go ", and just like me you'll more than likely be wrong.
Lou is struggling with what and who she wants to be. At 26 she really has no aim in life. She finds herself at a job center which offers her the chance to be a sort of caregiver to Will.
Will is the definition of a broken human. After two years of having no control over his life he has just given up hope. After a shocking plot twist Lou makes it her goal to make Will happy and is determined to have him wanting to live life again. As they set out to travel and make the most of time their feelings for each other change and turn into something way beyond friendship.
You make me happy, even when you're awful. I would rather be with you- even the you that you seem to think is diminished- than with anyone else in the world. I was worried when I got over pages in and the book was still at that same pace. Once getting closer to the end I saw why it was that way. This story builds to something so amazing. I wish I could come up with a better, more lyrical word than "amazing", but I don't think they've invented a word yet to describe the end of this story.
The end of this book had me on the floor balling my eyes out.
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If you visit London, take a trip around London by open-top mascots. There are shrines and stone lanterns and department store.
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When visiting the shrine, you can write wishes on What is the message? On The message of the song is we should be faithful. Sunday mornings, you are likely to see a traditional wedding procession through the courtyard—the bride in a white kimono and hood and the groom in his formal black robe, walking together under a big red parasol, with Shinto priests leading the way and the rest of the wedding party trailing behind.
Have a picnic in the East Garden of the Imperial Palace. Unlike other tourist spots which is crowded with visitors, the 1. E Imperial Palace lacks of crowds to an application policy, 6. E which limits the number of visitors. So, if you want to visit the palace, reserve entrance tickets several weeks in B.
Create a dialog using expressions of offering. The most favorite spot in the Contoh jawaban: Good afternoon. May I help you? Do you have a book plenty of shady spots to recline and open fields to picnic. Yes, we have three copies left. How many would you like refreshing your bodies and minds. Only one, please. Traditional with teahouse and Mother and Child Forest. During cherry blossom season, between late March and early April, the central lawn areas are particularly stunning.
People love to have a picnic during the season. If you want to really get to know Tokyo, head to the gigantic Edo-Tokyo Museum. This expertly designed museum recreates the history of the city with large-scale models of important events and architectural monuments. Push yourself. Just live well.
Just live. Love, Will. How do you build a life worth living? Louisa Clark is no longer just an ordinary girl living an ordinary life. After the transformative six months spent with Will Traynor, she is struggling without him. Her body heals, but Lou herself knows that she needs to be kick-started back to life. Which is how she ends up in a church basement with the members of the Moving On support group, who share insights, laughter, frustrations, and terrible cookies.
They will also lead her to the strong, capable Sam Fielding—the paramedic, whose business is life and death, and the one man who might be able to understand her. For Lou Clark, life after Will Traynor means learning to fall in love again, with all the risks that brings.
But here Jojo Moyes gives us two families, as real as our own, whose joys and sorrows will touch you deeply, and where both changes and surprises await. Me Before You. They had nothing in common until love gave them everything to lose. Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl living an exceedingly ordinary life—steady boyfriend, close family—who has barely been farther afield than their tiny village.
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