When Lou Clark loses her job she gets a new job as a carer for Will Traynor. Will was in a motorbike accident and is now paralysed. The accident took away Will’s desire to live will Lou be able to change his mind?
It took me awhile to get into this story but once I had gotten into it I really enjoyed it. At first, I really didn’t like Lou as I found her character really annoying. However, Lou soon grew on me and I ended up really liking her character. I thought that this was really well written and it kept me captivated throughout. The ending is quite predictable but, I still found it to be really emotional. This is one of the few books that I have cried at as I don’t usually cry at books. Although the ending was emotional it felt quite rushed. The whole book had been building up to this point and I would have liked to have seen more. I wasn’t a huge fan of the chapters that were from other characters point of view. I felt that these chapters didn’t add a lot to the story. I would like to reread this at some point as I thought that this was a really good book and I enjoyed. I am really excited for the film as from the trailer it looks like it is going to be a really good adaptation.
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