Books by Jojo Moyes

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Me Before You

DIKlassic review originally published on August 13, 2008 We call the male protagonist in a romance the "hero." But what is a hero and what is a heroic life? That's just one of the many questions Moyes' book poses to her readers in this story that tips the scales into the incredibly weepy zone. ...

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The Horse Dancer

It was just her and her horse, unobserved, free; she felt this freedom like any other horse-borne traveler over thousands years, back to Xenophon and the age of the Greeks. Sarah Lachapelle has an all-consuming, perfectionist connection with her horse. Boo. When one trains with a Selle Français ho ...

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Paris for One and Other Stories

Paris for One, a novella in this collection by Jojo Moyes, is one of the sweetest love stories I’ve ever read. I stayed up late to read it in one go, and I went to sleep with a smile on my face. It is set in Paris and is so quintessentially Parisian, it is a delight. Nell is a meticulous, organ ...

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After You

Spoiler Warning! This review contains spoilers for the first book in the series. Me Before You was a 2013 phenomenon that left me gutted and in need of copious amounts of chocolate and tissues. Hence, I began the sequel After You with trepidation. I’m pleased to say that, while it doesn’t app ...

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Sheltering Rain

Since I often find the plots to be long and terribly slow-moving and the characterization to be both flat and unrealistically glamorous, the family saga is usually one of my least favorite forms of fiction. Sheltering Rain, a debut novel from the United Kingdom, is blessedly different. Joy, her ...