I don't think I can say enough good things about this book, Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. When I sought out book recommendations a few weeks ago, a few of you suggested this title. I'd never heard of the author, and to be honest I was really not impressed by the cover art (yes, I know, don't judge a book by its cover and all that, but sometimes it's hard not to…).
Anyway, I bit the bullet, and bought it on my kindle. The first chapter didn't instantly captivate me, however a few pages in something happened; characters developed, plots thickened, and this beautiful, unusual story unfolded before me. I found myself eager to read, seeking out free minutes to pick up where I last left off - always a sure sign of a genuinely good book. And lastly, once it ended, I found myself still continuing to think about it. In a nutshell it had all my hallmarks of a must read: thought provoking, moving, memorable. Go for it!