Still me


Title: Still Me

Author: Jojo Moyes

Translator: Lily Ghasemi

Publisher: Barat Alam

Subject: English story

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 494 p

Language: Farsi

Categories: ,


Still me the title of a romance novel by the famous English romantic novelist Jojo Moyes. Jojo Moyes, who became famous with my two books Before You and After You.

In 2018 with the novel Still I made those interested in the romantic genre happy.
This book continues the adventures of Louisa Clark, the main character in my novel Before You and After You.
Love stories are enjoyable for a wide range of readers.
Stories full of sadness, laughter, joy, sacrifice and loyalty, and incidentally unfaithfulness, all of which have one thing in common, and that is the adventurous and full of ups and downs to the friend.

Usually it’s about “you can not love others unless you love yourself.”

Jojo Moyes, the creator of the popular and best-selling romantic novels in the book I Still Has a Love Story, but a different one for his audience, which is not just about love, the story goes beyond love and, like the previous two volumes, changes you to align with life. It invites and welcomes any new experience, and always emphasizes that you only live once, so live this once!

Synopsis is still me
Louisa is a girl who, after the ups and downs we saw in the previous two volumes, her personality gradually changes, the frameworks in which she was always trapped and thought that life is just that, she breaks and to start life New comes to New York City.

He starts his career at the home of Leonard Gopnik and his young wife Agnes. Wealthy families who are changing his world more and more; But the culmination of the story is the strange truth that Louisa sees under the skin of a city full of contradictions, miles away from her home.

In the meantime, she meets a young man and reminisces about the past, while he is keenly on a long-distance relationship. Life still gives him, like everyone else, an amazing gift.

About the book Still Me

Jojo Moyes has maintained his romantic and fantasy tone in this book.

Once again, he not only tells a funny, romantic and terrifying story, but also invites the reader to explore himself and what he is, not to repeat his days, to take his head out of his usual lock and take a step away from himself. Beyond.

My book is still published in the Iranian publishing market with several translations.

The present book has been translated by Maryam Moftahi and published by Amout Publications.

Jojo Moyes; A prolific and popular writer
Romantic novelist Jojo Moyes was born in 1969 in the United Kingdom.

Moyes began writing almost as a writer after experimenting with a variety of careers, and his stories may have been inspired by his own adventurous spirit.

It goes without saying that he studied journalism at the University of London and was a journalist for about 12 years.

2002 is an important year in his career as Moyes began writing novels in earnest this year with the publication of Rain Shelter.

He has published more than a dozen romance novels and has often been on the bestseller list.
Jojo Moyes novels have been translated into many languages ​​around the world and are popular among lovers of modern romance.

The novel that made Moyes the most famous and successful in the world was the romance novel “I am before you” which was published in 2012, this novel quickly topped the New York Times bestsellers and formed an enthusiastic wave among young people to read. Other works became raisins.

After 2012 and the good sales of “I Am Before You”, the market for raisin books became hot, and since then he has published a new story almost every year.

The book “One Plus One” is the twelfth novel of Moyes, which was published in 2014, and with its good reception and sales, it became one of the happy works of Moyes.
This book has the same style and story of his previous love and sad stories, but with the difference that this time most of the story takes place on a road trip.

“Rain Shelter”, “I Before You”, “After You”, “Foreign Fruit”, “Dancing Horse”, “The Girl You Left Behind”, “One Plus One” and “Night Music” by Jojo Moyes are.

“The Last Letter of the Beloved”, “Honeymoon in Paris”, “Silver Bay”, “Young Russian Ship”, “Honeymoon in Paris” and “Leave in the Wind” are among other translated works by Jojo Moyes in Iran that have been welcomed. They have also faced good.

Two awards for a writer
Jojo Moyes is one of the few writers to have twice won the Best Romantic Novelist of the Year award.

He first won the award in 2004 for Foreign Fruit and in 2011 for The Last Beloved Letter.

In addition, Moyes had previously been nominated for a UK Galaxy Book Award for “I Am Before You.”

In part of the book I still read:
The Gapnik family lived on the second and third floors of a Gothic-style brick building with an area of ​​about 2,500 square meters; A duplex apartment in this part of New York that represented the wealth of previous generations of the Gapnik family.

According to Nathan Lowry, a small copy was copied from the famous Dakota Main Building, one of the oldest complexes in northeastern Manhattan.

No one could buy or sell an apartment without the approval of the residents’ board of trustees, who were also adamantly opposed to any change.

Glamorous apartment complexes on the other side of the park house new rich people such as Russian oligarchs, pop stars, Chinese steel industry giants and tech billionaires, along with ethnic restaurants, sports clubs, kindergartens and large swimming pools. , The inhabitants of the Lowry building were interested in their old style and context.

These apartments were inherited from generation to generation; Their inhabitants had learned to endure the piping system of the 1930s, they had gone through long and tumultuous battles to change nothing even like a light switch, and as New York changed around them, politely change it. They ignored it, just as if someone ignored a beggar holding a piece of cardboard and writing his request for help on it.

As we walked straight to the crew dormitory, I looked at the magnificent parquet-floor duplex apartment with its high ceilings and flowery curtains that reached to the floor.
The crew dormitory was at the end of the second floor with a long, narrow corridor that branched off from the kitchen, which was unusually remnant of ancient times.

Newer or newer buildings had no accommodation for the crew: the maids and babysitters would arrive by train from New Jersey or Queens at dawn and return after dark.

But the Gapnik family had these small rooms because their buildings date back to ancient times.
Those rooms could not be sold or renovated, but they were listed in the original building document and used as storage rooms.

It was not difficult to understand why they were normally considered warehouses.

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