Here by reader request is Jojo Moye’s Me before You. Will Traynor, a quick-witted powerhouse of a man, suffers a spinal cord injury and is confined to a wheelchair. His day nurse, Louisa Clark, is an ordinary gal who must deal with both Traynor’s daily needs and his raw frustration with quadriplegia. Lou makes it her mission to persuade him that life is still worth living. calls this “uplift fiction at its best,” Also new in reader recommendations: Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend is a coming-of-age story with a twist; The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarity, in which a wife reads a letter from her husband meant to be read only after his death, and Instructions for a Heatwave, in which a women’s husband unexpectedly leaves the house and does not return.