This is the second in a three-part series that starts with Me Before You. After You was readable, not as good as Me Before You though.
The first book was more believable. The second had some less believable bits and the timeline seemed weird.
For instance Lily’s mother is so angry and unsupported of her 16 year-old daughter that it seems like Lily has been difficult for years when it has only been a few months.
I have Still Me, the last book in the series, on hold at the library and will most likely read it but this might be a case where the series went on too long.
Until Liane Moriarty writes another book, I’ve read everything she’s written for adults.
Not much to say about this one. It was enjoyable and kept me entertained.
Got to say I am glad for a long break from Liane Moriarty.
Okay, I read another Liane Moriarty book. It was available for download at the library and I didn’t want to wait for it to be ready again.
This one I liked a lot — So much so that I stayed up until 3 am to nearly finish it the night before last.
One more Liane Moriarty book to go before I have read all of her books.
So what if I’m not reading high literature. So what if it is “escape”. I am reading again. I am me again.