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Odgovor i oj enakonkr at kest anke. It completely blows my mind that there are people reviewing this who found that ending romantic - I'm not sure how romantic you would find it if the person you loved wanted to commit suicide For those of us with close friends or loved ones with similar disabilities, this is a disturbing and morally callous ending. I must tell you, the characters in this story are perfectly done. Mojgl aszasj ekaoj emuk. Zapel ismo usr edpr okl et er ecesi j e. Toj ebi l asest r a?
Paperback , pages. Published July 30th by Penguin Books first published December 31st More Details Original Title. Me Before You 1. Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Fiction Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Me Before You , please sign up. I loved this book, but I don't understand the title. Any ideas? Diane Quoting the author: Just finished this last night.
Very good read, unique circumstances blow away any conventional wisdom we have learned. Turns your mind around. Good discussion possibilities for book clubs. The title forces you to think of someone else's circumstances in a new way. In other words think of me before you. I think. What do you think?
Diana Jimenez I read that the title is "the person I was before I met you" sort of way I prefer it that way but I think It has a lot of possibilities. See all questions about Me Before You…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews.
Showing Rating details. Sort order. As much as I like a good love story, I wouldn't call myself a romantic. Not by a long shot. In fact, I can be pretty cold-hearted when it comes to romance books, remaining emotionless in the face of tragic heartbreak and loss. The Fault in Our Stars didn't move me.
There's just certain things that I don't like. Emotionally manipulative books that feel as if the author set out with an agenda to tug at my heart strings - that would be As much as I like a good love story, I wouldn't call myself a romantic. Emotionally manipulative books that feel as if the author set out with an agenda to tug at my heart strings - that would be up there with the worst. I guess I subconsciously rebel when I can see what the author's trying to do to my feelings.
I avoid a lot of adult chick lit for this reason - because experience has shown that most of these books are like Lifetime movies: But somehow - despite my reluctance to try this book because it seemed it would fall into all the aforementioned boxes - I ended up caving under the pressure and grabbing this book from my local library.
I didn't expect much. I was just going to try a little bit and see how it went, feeling confident that it would be crappy and I would be right. But hell, I got schooled. I just I can't even pretend anymore, screw the book snobbery, I thought Me Before You was wonderful. I laughed. I cried. I shipped like crazy. I stayed up most of the night. Being proven wrong may never have felt so good. I got the giggles about halfway through chapter one and struggled to get rid of them.
Humour books are always a difficult sell because I guess it always depends on what you find funny She's one of those charming but unfortunate individuals that finds herself in numerous awkward situations but somehow gets through them and just warms your heart with her delightful lack of propriety.
If you're considering this book but think you're a shameless unromantic like me, DO NOT read any quotes from it. People keep pulling up these quotes about the meaning of life and carpe diem and it makes the whole thing seem much cheesier than it is.
I thought there was a pleasant lack of cheese, hehe. It's also nowhere near as romantic as everything tries to make you think: There is a touch of finding love in unexpected places and against the odds, but the main focus of this book is about life and the importance of choices. If you haven't already been told, the story is about Lou who needs a job and Will who needs a carer after an accident left him paralysed.
Completely unable to move anything below his mid torso, Will longs for death and wants to go to Switzerland to put an end to his misery.
Horrified by this discovery, Lou sets out to improve his life and give him a reason to live and look forward to each day. The relationship between them is told in such a wonderful way and develops through several stages, each filled with hilarity. I think people's reactions, emotions and decisions felt completely realistic in Me Before You , even if I didn't always like them.
The whole book was filled with the funny, ridiculous situations that we expect to find in comic fiction, but balanced out with a hard dose of reality. It makes you think about things you didn't think about before without seeming like the author wanted to make you think about them. Things like just how depressing the lack of wheelchair access is in most venues.
But there's a great balance between the funny and the serious, so the latter never becomes too much. This book made me feel all the emotions without seeming to try too hard. Love was found in a very unexpected place and I definitely want to check out the author's other work. View all comments. I'm sitting here with tears running down my face having just finished this book. I know I should probably let my emotions settle before reviewing but I want to get all the feelings down Firstly I want to say that the cover does not do this book justice.
It gives the impression of a bland and fluffy read when in reality this is a heartbreaking story, with subject matter that may be difficult for a lot of readers. The characters begin as likeable, yet maddeningly realistic in all their egocentri I'm sitting here with tears running down my face having just finished this book. The characters begin as likeable, yet maddeningly realistic in all their egocentricities and self-absorptions.
As their fears and insights are exposed, they develop in strength and purpose to reveal rich individuals who are all irrevocably changed through the events which unfold. I enjoyed the first person POV, and the odd change in character thrown in stirred the narrative nicely for me. I would have liked to have had at least a chapter from Will's perspective, but can understand how challenging that may have been for the author. I was really glad to have read Will's letter though! I commend the author for producing a book which I found extremely readable; the language was straight forward, no purple prose or a whole bunch of medical jargon.
The plot is relatively simple yet not uncomplicated for all that it raises some controversial or ethical questions. How can you read this and not ask yourself what you might do in similar circumstances, how you would feel if it was your friend? Could you be what they needed, and the moral impact of that. The writing is smooth and effortless and yet the result is a story which is invested with so much emotion. I'm left feeling so mad, sad and even, oddly, happily resigned about the ending. I can't remember when I last finished a story that had tied me up in so many emotional knots and still left me completely satisfied with having read it.
I'll be chasing down more of Ms Moyes' works. Being a male reader on a booksite you kind of expect to be outnumbered when it comes to the sexes. But that doesn't keep alarm bells from blaring like a convoy of reversing trucks when practically every reviewer of a book is of the female gender. And when the author in addition is touted as the winner of multiple romance novel awards your primal male instinct is to run like your being chased by some primordial predator.
So it was really against my instinct and better judgement that I began readin Being a male reader on a booksite you kind of expect to be outnumbered when it comes to the sexes. So it was really against my instinct and better judgement that I began reading this book. But this is NOT a romance novel. In fact it is a brilliant comment on the issue of euthanasia which claims it's brilliance by reading like a romance novel and not a political comment. Thoroughly engaging and thought provoking, this is the best book I've read so far this year and I so did not see it coming.
View all 88 comments. Did anyone else notice that the ultimate message of this book is that a disabled life is not worth living, even despite a caring family, endless wealth, the best medical care, and by the end of the book a devoted, loving romantic partner?
For a while I was enjoying the story, but by the end I was deeply distressed about the moral and ethical implications of the book's ending. The book juxtaposes an adventurous, athletic, and sexually active lifestyle with life in a wheelchair - and decides tha Did anyone else notice that the ultimate message of this book is that a disabled life is not worth living, even despite a caring family, endless wealth, the best medical care, and by the end of the book a devoted, loving romantic partner?
The book juxtaposes an adventurous, athletic, and sexually active lifestyle with life in a wheelchair - and decides that life in a wheelchair is not worth living. For those of us with close friends or loved ones with similar disabilities, this is a disturbing and morally callous ending.
Ashley I agree with your review on top of the deep feeling of a misogynistic undertone at the end which is surprising since it was written by a woman. I wa I agree with your review on top of the deep feeling of a misogynistic undertone at the end which is surprising since it was written by a woman. I was going to give this book stars until then epilogue when I felt like it was very "if you wouldn't have met me, you would have never succeeded in life so you're welcome.
Sharon I disagree pretty whole heartedly, especially when you say his choice is "life in a wheelchair. This story is about someone I disagree pretty whole heartedly, especially when you say his choice is "life in a wheelchair. This story is about someone in a powered chair who was incredibly physical beforehand and afterwards. He couldn't move but could still feel pain? He would probably die from pneumonia, which is no picnic.
C'mon, let's see other people's points of view, sometimes. That's what books are for, folks. Some people make this decision. Isn't it better to expand your mind and try to understand This was one of the best books I have ever read. So good that it makes me want to lower the ratings of all of the other books I have read just so that this and maybe Clockwork Princess is the only book with a 5-star rating.
I can't properly describe right now how exactly this book moved me and made me analyze my own thoughts, as I am still currently crying, but just know that it did. Absolutely wonderful. View all 29 comments. Despite being a bit predictable, I adored this book. I love the characters, and I sort of want to pick it back up and read it again. I could have easily flown through this book in a day if I'd had time , but I'm glad I took my time with it.
I really got to know the characters, and I really liked the ending, and how it contrasted the beginning of the story. View all 25 comments. This book showed love and it's beautiful nature but also the harsh reality of life. Totally sobbed at the end Very well done, heartbreakingly so. View all 34 comments.
I had a hard time rating this book one star, because up until the end I really liked it. But the end is the most important part of every book because it's what stays with you and after that I just can't bring myself to rate it anything but "did not like it".
Not because people liked the book, but because people somehow manage to get something "inspirational" and romantic out of it I don't want to judge people for their opinio I had a hard time rating this book one star, because up until the end I really liked it.
I don't want to judge people for their opinion, but that's just disturbing. It's a difficult subject with some valid arguments on both sides - in some cases, at least. I also don't have a problem with sad endings. I have different reasons for disliking it. Like a lot of people, I cried at the end of this book, but unlike probably most, not out of sadness, but out of anger.
God, I was angry Then I get on here and I see people quoting the book: Just have greater consequences than others. But you don't have to let the result of one mistake be the thing that defines you. You, Clark, have the choice not to let that happen. It's actually your duty to live it as fully as possible. Just live. Why does he have to let his disability define him? He tells her to "Just live. Push yourself.
Is it really better to never settle than try to actually be happy with what you have? I get that with you around, perhaps it could even be a very good life. But it's not my life. It's nothing like the life I want. Not even close. I loved my life, Clark. Really loved it.
I loved my job, my travels, the things I was. I loved being a physical person. I liked riding my motorbike, hurling myself off buildings. I liked crushing people in business deals. I liked having sex. Lots of sex. I led a big life. I am not designed to exist in this thing - and yet for all intents and purposes it's now the thing that defines me. It is the only thing that defines me. So it could be a very good life. But it's just not good enough for me.
So, all the people who love me, go to hell, and I'm going to die. Because I just won't settle for less than perfect. I would have had an easier time understanding the book if he had been miserable until the end. If the book had showed us that his life really was miserable and he couldn't go on, it would have been incredibely sad and depressing still entirely unromantic , but I would get that. Let him die of pneumonia. That would be sad, but at least it wouldn't send such a disturbing message.
As it is, the book spends two thirds showing us that they can actually have happy moments and that he can actually love and be happy. But it's just not enough. Don't settle. Now, I'm not claiming to even remotely be able to imagine what Will must feel like or how difficult his life is - but there are thousands of people out there, who live very difficult lives and still manage to be happy or at least try.
I have a very deep respect for those people. But Will can't be happy or try because he can no longer go to Paris and go skiing and do all those super-amazing things he did in his life before - and just enjoying music, loving and being loved simply won't do.
It just seemes to me like the overall message of the book is a very shallow one for this. Another thing, that makes me a little mad, is how in the book he says something like: This just blows my mind! You don't lose all your choices because you can't move your legs and arms.
He made tons of choices during the course of the book. He chose to be rude to Lou, he chose to be nice to Lou, he chose not to go out, he chose to go out, he chose to go to Alicia's wedding, he chose to go to Mauritius All those things weren't his choices? He also had a lot more choices, considering all the money they had - yes, he was very limited in some "choices", but that doesn't mean he didn't have any. So, no, dying wasn't the first time he made his own choice.
What it was, was the last time he made any choice. It wasn't the accident that took away all of his choices, it was deciding to die.
And that's not brave, let alone romantic. It completely blows my mind that there are people reviewing this who found that ending romantic - I'm not sure how romantic you would find it if the person you loved wanted to commit suicide Also, it was incredibly selfish.
Will didn't just make a choice for his life, he made one for the people he loved and who loved him. And no matter how unpopular that opinion may be in today's super-individualistic world that sees self-fulfillment as the highest achievable goal, I actually believe that our duty not to hurt the people we love is - in general - a little more important than the duty to "live our life as fully as possible. Maybe Will is just an incredibly shallow person. He didn't really feel like that to me for large stretches of the book, but maybe that's just it.
And maybe that's what made me so angry. There's been some controversy about the story in connection with the release of the movie, and since I've discussed this a little in the comments, I thought I'd add a few notes into the body of the review as well - on why the message this story sends is so problematic.
Starting with what the message actually is: I don't think the author intended to tell us that a disabled life is not worth living and I would never accuse her of that. She made an effort to show that Will's life could be a good life and I have a feeling most readers understood that.
The problematic part comes in where she presents it as a psychologically normal thing for him to still want to die. This reenforces very dangerous assumptions society already has about people with disabilities. Many able bodied people have commented that they completely understand Will and if they were in his position they'd want to die too. They are wrong. And I can say this, because there is actual data on this - the vast majority of people with similar disabilities as Will do not want to die.
They adjust - with time and the right support and treatment. So when a disabled person has suicidal thoughts it is not our duty as a society to "empower" them to take their own life. It's our duty to give them the best possible care, treatment and support so they stop being suicidal. One argument frequently brought up is that this is the story of just one man. That it's not meant to be representative of all disabled people. While this may be a valid argument for any single story, the problem remains that these kinds of stories are vastly overrepresented in mainstream media.
When was the last time a major Hollywood movie featured a quadriplegic lead character who didn't want to die? When you're creating content that has such an impact on such a gigantic audience, you cannot flinch from the responsibility of the message you're sending by claiming that it's "just one story". It isn't just one story. You're influencing people's opinions about disability and suicide on a huge scale. And you're doing it in the worst possible way. View all 77 comments.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. But, that's not the case here. There were absolutely no redeeming qualities in this book for me. In fact, there were a total of two points and by points I mean singular lines in this book where I genuinely liked what was said.
The first was when Treena said, "Oh, for Christ's sake, Lou. For once in your life, just get a grip" Page and the second was when Louisa said, "It's not my decision, Mum. It's Will's," Page Apart from those two lines, everything else about this book made want to tear my hair out. First, let's talk about the writing. Ni j e val j dadaopet amavj et r a? Zal edi l esu miseur uci.
Okl i j evaoj e. Podi gnigl avu, mol i mt e. Svesumiset emi sl ikot r l j al egl avom doksam si l azi l ai z aut obusaihodal ani zbr do. Nosi l aj et voj u maj i cu! Ivi dj el aj e! Mr t vu hl adnu! Zanj i mj e dol et i oparci pel a. Gomi l aj enar asl a, aDympnaGr i sham ni j epokazi val aznakove umor a. Ri char dj euzal udskupl j aonar amkesvoj i hst var ikadbisl et j el i nat r avu.
Podi gaoj epogl edunevj er i ci. Moj amaj kaokr eneseocu. Aondameugl edal a. Kl i snul asam st r i j emaiudal j i l aseput el j kom pr i j enegol ij et at a st i gaopi t at ikamoi dem.
Tol i konam val j daduguj et e. Nekol i kosusj edapogl edal oj eumoj em smj er udoksam ul azi l au aut o. Svj esnasam daj emal okr at ka. Mogl abi hpi t at iNat hanabil imogao. Dubokosam udahnul a. Dugomuni j ebi l ot akougodno. Di gni t as. Uput i l amij epogl edkoj ibimoj amaj kanazval a" st ar omodni m". Takoj e, ne? Ni j et ako. Mi sl i l asam. Kr ozpr ozorj ei zl et j el apost el j i na.
Pot r ebnonam j et ovr i j eme, Loui sa. Povl ast i ce. Jednost avnonemogu. Nj ezi nar ukasunul aj e napr i j ed. Obj esmozur i l eu nj u. Pr ema Gl asj ojj epost aodr ht av. Pr ogut al aj eknedl u. Moj ir odi t el j igl edal isust r i j ema. Pr i t i snul asam kvaku. Sut r aj eVel i kipet ak. Uzmi t e sl obodanvi kendir azmi sl i t e. Al imol i m vas. Vr at i t esei pomogni t emu. Kat r i naj est aj al anavr at i ma. Govor i m ot vom posl u. Da, znam damamait at ani supr esr et ni.
Li cej ojj ebi l ogr i mi zno. Mamaj eupr i zeml j ui zvansebe. Tat ase pr avidani j e, al ij e. Nakr aj ukr aj eva, upr avonasj esest r i na nevol j asveuval i l auovajner ed. I didol j et or ecimamiit at i. Samoodj ebiipust imenami r u. Zal upi l asam vr at asest r iul i ce.
I spuhal asam nos. Zagl edal asam seuvr at a. Pr odor nosam sezagl edal ausest r u. Nit at i. A pogot ovonemami. Ondasam j ojr ekl a.
Nemogut onipoj mi t i. Jednost avnoj e. I maj u par a, ne? Ni j eut ome st var. I maj ul ovezasebe. InavediWi l l aTr aynor a dasepr edomi sl i. Zur i l asam unj u.
Bi l esmoudnevnojsobi. Gospodi nTr aynorst aj aoj ei spr edvat r e. Ni j edasmogaost avi l i ovdj edat r une. Ni sam svr nul apogl ed. Toni j eucj ena. Akouspi j et enagovor i t iWi l l anat o, ne Jakobimisesvi dj el odaodena odmor. I skr enosam t omi sl i l a. Pr emanj emunapr eduj em zadnj edvi j egodi ne.
Ni j ef er. Svismoseokr enul ipr emagospodi nuTr aynor u. Kompl i ci r anoj e. Rukaj ojj epol et j el apr emaogr l i ci. Idi skr eci j u. Pr egl edal asam popi s. O, gl e, enoi h.
St aj al esmopokr ajci l j a. Dvadesetmi nut a? I suse. Mi sl i m daj et opodbr oj em pet. Takobimogaoupoznat igomi l upr i j at el j a. Ni sam vi dj el aPat r i cka. Pokazal aj ekomadpapi r a. Tui mamokoncer t nami j enj enl j udi masposebni m pot r ebama. Rekl asidaj ekul t ur ant i p, ne? Epa, mogaobil i j eposj edi t it amoipust i t idagaponesegl azba.
Nabr al asam nos. Tibisamo mor al asj edi t iuznj ega. Mogl abigaodvest i uLondonr adit oga. Nekol i kogl edat el j anagl oj eokr enul ogl avepr emanama. Moj a sesest r asmi j al a. Kaodaj et oobl i k r ekr eaci j e. Pi t ajga. Tr eenmii st r gnepopi si zr uke. Gl e, dol aze. Ni j emevi di o. Pr oj ur i oj epokr ajmenepr emaci l j u. Kadsam j ezbogt ogapozval anar ed, samoj esl egnul ar ameni mai r ekl a: Tr eenj ej ednost avnobi l at akva. Mi sl i l aj edai mapr avonasve.
Epa, nekaseodr ekneimoj et oal et ne t or bi cesl i muni ma. Uvi dj el aj edat oi masmi sl a. Sadkadbol j er azmi sl i m, vj er oj at nobibi l opamet ni j edasam t o pr vospomenul asest r i. Tr isat aposl i j ebanul aj eudnevnusobuol uj nal i ca. Podi gl asam pogl edst el evi zor a. Toni j ef er. Tat a, r ecij oj! Dj edj eodmahnuogl avom, kaodaj enj emusvet oner azuml j i vo. Ot omeser adi. Tr eena, i diukuhi nj u. Ini t koni j espomenuoJudyBl ume. Doksam t akozur i l a, shvat i l asam kakavsam zadat ak pr euzel a.
Mor al asam Vodi moNat hanadavi dikonj skuut r ku. Wi l liNat hansusepogl edal i. Zamal osam pr asnul ausmi j eh. Paomij ekamensasr cakadsam vi dj el akakvoj evr i j eme. Gal opskaut r kau. Longf i el du. Nat hanni kadani j ebi onaut r ci. I demogl edat i konj eke. Br i f i r al asam ga, nar avno. Nazval asam gaupet akipi t al akad bi hgamogl aposudi t inaci j el idan. I mal asam doj am dagaj et opokol ebal o. Nat hansepl j esnuopokol j eni ma. Il i j epj edanzaut r ke-r ekaoj e.
Svesam smi sl i l a. Al ini t komeni j eupozor i odasenal azinat r avi , it ot r avipokoj oj sepr et hodne, mokr ezi memnogovozi l o. Pogl edal asam t r i bi ne. Nagnul ismoWi l l aunat r ag. Jasam pr i mi l azaj edanr ukonasl on, aNat hanzadr ugipasmot akoodvukl ikol i cadoput el j ka. Ni sam seobazi r al ananj ega. St i gl ismo. Asadazabavnidi o. Ah, da. Zabavnidi o. Panemor aj uval j danadzi r at ipr ol azmase?
Nagnul aj egl avudapogl edaWi l l apanas uput i l anadr ugikr ajt r i bi na. Ul azj ebi oudal j ennaj manj edvj est omet ar a. Onisui zgl edal imal o svakodnevni j einosi l isupl avei skazni ce, kaomi.
I zgubi l isuzani manj ezamenekadasesedam i l i Wi l lseodbi okl adi t i. Moj amamai hseboj ikao vr aga. Donasj edopr oWi l l ovgl as. Ut osukr enul i. Gl edal asam kakoj ur ipokr ajbi j el eogr adekaost r i j el a Aonda,kadsust i gl idozadnj egpot eza,moj ekl i canj ej ezamr l o. Ondadobr o, kava?
Nat r i bi namaokomenepr ol omi l asevi kaivr i ska. Ij asam se zat ekl akakoposkakuj em napr st i ma. I zgl edaoj ekaodamuj esvegadost a. Toj enavodnor et r ost i li zsedamdeset i h. OniNat hansusepogl edal i. Tosam pr edvi dj el a. Gur al ismogahodni kom pr ekr i veni mt epi hom. Nemojdase osj et ineugodno. Baci l asam pogl ednaNat hanaiWi l l ai zasebe. I mamo pl avepr opusni ce. I mal iubl i zi nidr ugi hr est or ana? I maj uidobarumakodj abuka.
Nagnul asam sepr emanj oj. St var nogamor amouvest inat opl o. Nabr al aj enos. Al iupr i zeml j uj epr ost or i j azai nval i deukoj ojse moguzat vor i t ivr at a. I magr i j al i ceisve. Mogl ibi st ej est iondj e. Val j daj e bol j edanet koj edezanj i manegodapol ar est or anaost anepust o.
A svesamozbognekakvogopskur nogpr avi l ni kat emel j enognakl asni m r azl i kama. I mat epr azni hst ol ova. Pr i st oj no skupobj edsubr usi maiost al i m. Vi dj el asam daj eWi l l uneugodno. Spust i l aj epogl ednamoj ur uku. Ovoj e r est or an. Pi l j i l esmoj ednaudr ugu. Dovezl ismosei zdal eka. Ost ani t eovdj e, aj anam i dem svi mapoVI Ppr opusni ce. Kadsmost i gl iupr i zeml j e, Nat hanj er ekaoi spodgl asa: Spust i oj epogl ednaWi l l apasam shvat i l adazapr avomi sl ina nj ega.
Udahnul asam. Zapel asu. Wi l lgl asnouzdahne. Wi l l ovgl aspr odr oj ekr ozast i snut ezube. Zapeoj eubl at u. Teknakonpol at r i. Aondasam napokon, al el uj a, nal et j el anaonueki puu pr ugast i m pol omaj i cama. I denovat r ka, Mar ky. Sisekl adi lnaovu? Jami sl i m da sam sej akl adi lnaovu. Jedanodnj i hseokr enuo. UI r aku. Gdj ej e? Nebumot ot r pj el i. Pr okl et ici vi l i. Nat hanj ezur i oul i menkepi va. Mor al asam pr i znat idasise mor aoj akodobr ozagl edat idabiiuj ednomeodnj i hvi di ovi t ezana bi j el omekonj u.
Nat hanj epokazaoaut o. Bi l isupi j anikaomaj ke. Jedanj egur nuosvoj ul i menkumeniur uke. Ni kadneost avl j amopal og subor ca, ne? Bazaj ojj eu I r aku. Wi l l ovakol i capodi gl isudeset akcent i met ar aodt l akaodasu nosi l j ka.
Mor al asam i h sver edom i zl j ubi t i. Samoni j eht i or azgovar at isamnom. Zagl edal asam seunj ega. Al it oj esamot r ebaobi t izabavani zl et. Mr zi m konj eikonj skeut r ke. Oduvi j ek. Al ini sisepot r udi l a pi t at ime. Post upi l asikaosviost al i. Pr ogut al asam knedl u. Pr et hodnogmj esecaumr l amij ebakanakondugebol est ipaj e l j et obi l ozast r t ot anki m sl oj em t uge.
Uonodobaodi j eval asam senor mal no. Ibi l asam punai dej a. I zhi r asam Omenisu, nakr aj ukr aj eva, ovdj esvisveznal i. Mi sl i l asam davl adam svemi r om. Wi l lj ebi opokr ajsvoj ezbi r keCDa. Nebit isesvi dj el o. Al imene zabavl j a. Nemoguvj er ovat idasit opr i mi j et i o. Jaj e nemoguvr at i t inamj est o. Ovuskl adbu.
Bi oj et osest r i ni zbor. Ponudi omij eul azni ce. Povedi maj ku. Nasmi j al asam seiodmahnul agl avom. Aini j et ozamene. Ni j eovoMyFai rLady. ZovesePygmal i on. MyFai rLadyj e gl upavaf i l mskaadapt aci j a.
St avi l asam CD. Ot vor isenovi mi skust vi ma. Pogl edal ismose. Zagl edal asam seuomotCDa. Sj edi l ismodokj eont opr obavl j ao. Mor al aj e ur edi t idamunet kopomogne. Nat hanj ei maodr ugi hpl anova. At uj ebi oipr obl em gar der obe. Ozbi l j no. Kadsam spust i l ar ukudapopr avi mi zr ez, dodaoj e: Rukamij epol et j el apr emavr at u.
Lj udisepr avedanezur e, al i zur e. Al iner azgovar aj uo nj emu. Tobi , nai me, bi l onepr i st oj no. Pr ogut aoj e. Unut r aj eost al anaj l onskaet i ket a. St var not ij akosmet a? Spomi nj em j ezabaver adi. Vj er oval ai l ine, r i j et kosesam paki r am. Zat i m sam seopet okr enul apr emaWi l l u. Por avnal asam suknj u. Dobr o, govor i l oj enj egovol i ce. Ni sam gamogl akr i vi t i. Ni sam mnogogovor i l a. Pogl edal asam ur et r ovi zor.
Sr ednj ovj ekovnest var i. Okr enul asam senasj edal u. Wi l l ovol i cebi l oj eusj eniini sam ga mogl ar azabr at i. Mi nut u. Vi dj el asam nj egovsvi j et aoovr at ni kkoj isei st i caonat amnome sakou. Pust i l asam kvakunavr at i ma.
Ot kazal asam zr akopl ovnukar t u. Dogovar amoput nepl anoveza Ext r emeVi ki ng. Uhvat i osezapet u, akol j enomuj ebi l ookr enut opr emat l u. Tr eenasepr et hodnogvi kendagot ovoposvei sel i l a bezmoj e t oal et net or bi cesl i muni ma-spasi l asam j epr i j enj ezi naodl aska. Thomasj ojj enedost aj aokaoamput i r aniud. Tr eenaj er ekl adapr vi hnekol i kot j edana Ne mogusamot akoodbi t ipr ekovr emenesat e. Toni j emogaoospor i t i. Nekol i kodananakonkoncer t a r ekl asam Wi l l ukakomi sl i m dabi smot r ebal ipi sat inj egovupr i j at el j u vi ol i ni st udamuzahval i mo.
Mogaobimubarzahval i t i. I zr az " napi sanoui me"j e. Napi sal asam dopi sni cuiposl al aj e. Idaci j eni m t voj enapor e. I ako ni t koni kadani j edol azi o.
Ni t kogani j evi di oosi m mene. Odvezl ismosenekol i koki l omet ar aodgr ada, nabr doskoj eg smovi dj el idvor ac, nadr ugojst r anidol i neukoj ojj epasl aj anj ad. Kakot ij emama, uost al om? I mal inovost i? Vr l onef or mal no. Al i nemaveze. Nebi st el it r ebal ei mat i i st egene? Nemamozahodupr i zeml j u. Nemi sl i m dabigat at amogaoodni j et inakat. Bil igaPat r i ckmogaoodni j et i? Opust ise, mama. Dr agj e. It akosmosvedogovor i l i.
Tat asepoj avi ouhodni kui zamene. Ci j el oposl i j epodnepost avl j aoj er ampuodi ver i cepr eko vanj ski hst uba. Vr l ozgodna. Ber nar d. Opr ost i t e, ovaj. Kni ks. For a. Toj epr obi l ol ed. Wi l l , ovoj eJosephi ne. I mat e l ivinekuposebnupi vsku. Tat aj epr asnuousmi j eh. Ost avi l asam i hdasezabavl j aj u. Zasi gur noni j el akobi t imoj amaj ka. I mam doj am dani j el i j eposl avi t i beznj e. Jani sam i mal at ajdoj am. I zgl edadasam i zgubi o poj am ovr emenu. Tat aj epr emj est i ovel i kist olnaskl apanj eudnevnusobu.
Odgur aoseukol i ci manamj est okoj esam mupokazal a, zat i m semal opodi gaokakobimogaosj edi t iur avni nis ost al i ma. On, Wi l lidj ed ki mnul isusiuznakpozdr ava. Wi l lj enagnuogl avupr emameni. Nagnul asam senat r agiposegnul aut or bu. Vi di , t kobir ekao? Dobaci omij e pogl edi spodoka. Zapodj enul isur azgovor.
Tol i kosam sei zgubi l aumi sl i madani sam odmahzami j et i l a i zr aznaPat r i ckovul i cu. Napokonj epr i mi j et i omojpogl edisvr nuosvoj. Kr uhni j enit aknuo. Ni sam si gur nadasit ipr ava osobazat o. Bavi m sespor t ski m ozl j edama.
I mam medi ci nskoobr azovanj e. Al i mamamepr ekor i l ainar edi l amidasj ednem. Nadaj mosedaj edosadapr est al ol epet at ikr i l i ma,ne? APat r i ckaznat nomanj e. Ci j el ist olj eut i hnuo. Zadovol j noj eki mnuo. Maj kaj ebi l aozar ena. Mi sl i m daj ojni t ko odnasni j emogaodat ibol j idar. Pj enaj est i gl anast olasnj om ivel i k, pr avokut andarvel i k ot pr i l i kekaot el ef onskii meni kiumot anubi j el if l i spapi r.
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