I don't quite know how to review this book objectively because I didn't much care for it. I'm glad I read it once, on its own it's a decent book it provides some insight into the mourning and grieving process, comical and sad and zigzagged as it might be with stops, starts, and lurches. But I feel like "Me Before You" really didn't need a a sequel, it's just kind of "extra." I liked Lou's interactions with Lily mostly (being a mom without being a mom helped Lou's character grow up a great deal), along with her one-sided Will conversations, and that the reader got some resolution into the lives of Mr. and Mrs. Traynor, and I liked Louisa's line on page 325 "I saw what I had really done. I saw that I could be somebody's center, his reason for staying. I saw that I could be enough." That was fairly gratifying after Louisa's guilt that she wasn't "enough" for Will. But 80% of the book felt forced and not needed. One two many jokes about green Lurex, a few too many awkward moments in the Moving On Circle (though to be fair, that concept was amusing. It reminded me of a John Green Book and being in the literal Heart of Jesus Christ). Overall a decent once over, about half as enthralling as the original.