Read You Should Have Known Online Free - Grace Reinhart Sachs is living the only life she ever wanted for herself, devoted to her husband, a pediatric oncologist at a major cancer hospital, their young son Henry, and the patients she sees in her therapy practice. Grace is also the author of You Should Have Known, a book in which she castigates women for not valuing their intuition and calls upon them to examine their first impressions of men for signs of serious trouble later on. But weeks before the book is published, a chasm opens in her own life: a violent death, a missing husband, and, in the place of a man Grace thought she knew, only a chain of terrible revelations. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disast and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create another for her child and herself.
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April 23, 2014
It took quite a long time for me to finish this novel and the first thing I thought was ok?!!? That was it? You Should Have Known is the newest novel by Jean Hanff Korelitz about a marriage counselor Grace Reinhart Sachs and her rude awakening with the truth of her "picture-perfect" world. This n...
March 13, 2017
I already wrote a review (lost it), Don't you hate that??? I'll need to forgive myself for getting a little sloppy on this one.
I also read other Goodread reviews I understand comments readers who gave less than 4 stars. I saw flaws in this book.
Its a worthy book to read! GREAT TOPIC!!!! The...
July 23, 2013
On one hand, I found this book incredibly compelling. On the other, I found it very easy to SKIM, to get to what comes next. I had to restrain myself to read every line. I can't tell if it is because the plot was better than the writing or if I just had too much caffeine, the night I stayed up un...
February 27, 2014
In this compelling portrait of a psychotherapist and her family, the eponymous You Should Have Known refers to a book written by relationship/marriage therapist, Grace Reinhart Sachs. Grace’s self-help/relationship book candidly opens up to women about their penchant to ignore signs of toxic part...
April 10, 2015
I usually don't comment on books I abandon, but I'm making an exception.
I wanted to love this book. I love the idea of a therapist writing a blunt relationship advice book. Setting up that premise took 28 pages. The next 70 were about planning and attending a fundraising party. Nothing of note ha...
March 29, 2014
It took me over a week to force myself to finish this. "You should have known" is an understatement. I knew I was going to give a bad review. I felt it was necessary to finish before judging.
Third person POV was actually first person. The narrator had the worst case of ADHD I've ever witnessed. Y...
January 06, 2018
Já devia saber sim!...
Que é a intuição que guia e a mente segue!
A intuição escolhe e a mente compara, ajuíza, avalia, pesa prós, pondera contras e eventualmente selecciona.
Porém não é isso que vemos!
O que vemos é uma intuição amordaçada, uma voz abafada por uma torrente mental ruidosa, um...
May 27, 2014
I should have known after the second page that this book was over-written and under-edited. The description of Grace's office knocked this insomniac out. Seriously - better than Ambien. Yet I'd seen so many good reviews I thought I'd stick with it.
And here's the thing - it's a good story. But mi...
February 17, 2014
There are a lot of things about You Should Have Known by Jean Hanff Korelitz that leave the reader, or maybe just me, conflicted. On the one hand, I absolutely didn't want to stop reading because I needed to know how things would turn out for marriage counselor Grace Reinhart Sachs. On the other...
April 25, 2017
I Should Have Known:
*that reading this was not going to be anything as surprising and fun and dark like Gone Girl
*that it is entirely from Grace's point of view
*that hardly any questions get answered about the missing husband. The ones that do are rather predictable
*that I really don't care about...