Louisa Clarke, the quirky heroine from Me Before You, is set to return in a third book.
Author Jojo Moyes, the author of one of the most heartbreaking books of recent years is penning a new novel. It’s a follow up to the brilliant, but truly heart-wrenching Me Before You and After You books.
The first book, Me Before You, came out in 2012, and was then made into a film starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin.
It ended up being one of the most popular movies of the year, and saw wedding dances the world over being performed to Ed Sheeran’s hit, Thinking Out Loud.
Jojo’s second book in the series was sequel After You, which came out in 2015, and – spoiler alert – saw Lou trying to rebuild her life after had Will had chosen to end his at an euthanasia clinic.
According to the author, the newest book will see Lou travel to New York, where she “finds herself torn between her old life and her new”.
And it seems that Moyes always knew Lou’s story wouldn’t end in the second book, After You.
Speaking about the upcoming book, she said, “I always knew that once I committed to write the sequel to Me Before You I would also write a third book; I saw it quite clearly as a trilogy. Revisiting Lou has been a joy, as I push her into a completely new country, a brand new world, and a house full of secrets.”
The book is set to be released in 2018.
If you’ve yet to see Me Before You, the official trailer should convince you to get it:
This article originated on womanandhome.com