Here are a few questions I’d love to discuss with those who have read Jojo Moyes’ book “Me Before You.”

  1. What did you think of Treena’s (Katrina’s) list of adventures for Will? Well thought out? Naive? Appropriate? Inappropriate?
  2. What, if anything, did you learn about life as a quadriplegic from the novel?
  3. How would you react if someone close to you chose to go to Dignitas (the Swedish assisted dying organization)? Do you think that is a moral choice? Should a person have the option to choose death over life?
  4. Did you find the ending of the story satisfying? What you expected? Did you expect/anticipate Will’s final decision?
  5. If you were to write a sequel to “Me Before You” what would happen to Louisa Clark?
  6. What one message did you take away from the novel? What lesson did you learn? What issue did it raise that you hadn’t considered before?

The novel is a very thought provoking story with rich characterization and timely issues. I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did.