Talking Books | Still Me

Still MeIf you enjoy reading, but find yourself unable due to a visual, physical, or reading disability, the North Dakota State Library offers Talking Books, a program that provides free access to audiobooks and magazines.  This service is administered by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. If you would benefit from this service, you can contact members of the Talking Books program through phone (701-328-1408), email (tbooks@nd.gov), or mail (North Dakota State Library Talking books, 604 East Boulevard Ave. -Dept 250, Bismark ND 58505-0800).

 

Our featured fiction for the week is Still Me, by Jojo Moyes.  As the third book in the Me Before You trilogy, this story brings a “…worthy, warm…” conclusion to the cycle, according to an Entertainment Weekly review by Maureen Lee Lenker.  

In this latest installment, Louisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that her now long-distance relationship with Sam will remain strong even across several thousand miles.  She starts work in the household of the extraordinarily wealthy Gopnik family. Though things seem straightforward at first, Louisa soon realizes that it is more complex than she thought. And as she moves through the high-class society of New York, a stranger brings up whispers of her past, making it all the more difficult to balance the two halves of her life…

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