WARNING: This is not the actual book Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. Do not buy this Review if you are looking for a full copy of this great book. This review of British author Jojo Moyes' Me Before You gives you some fun facts about Moyes and her works, including the fact that the inspiration for this novel was a quadriplegic rugby player who committed suicide at the same Dignitas clinic mentioned in the novel. Me Before You is the story of a woman who discovers herself, and love, while caring for Will Traynor, a bitter quadriplegic. It also delves deeper into the psyche of Louisa: a young woman who already has a boyfriend, albeit a dull one. She is forced to leave her café job, leading her to a job caring for Will, and a love she never saw coming. Me Before You is a compelling tale that analyzes the right to die debate in a way you never considered. Louisa's job description is as "caregiver," but it's clear that Will's mother just wants her there to watch over him. Will was once a powerful, successful, and handsome hunk of a man, yet now he feels like a shell of his former self, ready to give up. Lou still sees that hunk, and she is ready to do everything she can to give him the courage to go on and make the most of life. Lou's charm works, as she even manages to cheer him up on occasion. Everything changes when she overhears his intention to commit suicide in six months. The author's choice of ending for Me Before You is controversial, and this review offers an alternative outcome that might have kept a few more tissues in the box.