Thursday, October 06, 2016

684 (2016 #39). You Should Have Known

by Jean Hanff Korelitz

A rather predictable psychological thriller.  Grace Reinhart Sachs is a therapist who has just written a book with the same title as this one.  Grace's book is about the need for women to pay attention to first impressions when they meet men, subtle signals are there that can predict the outcome of the relationship.  Not surprisingly, Grace did not apply this in her own life.

Since Grace is a therapist, there's a lot of self-analysis of her previous and subsequent actions.  Fortunately, this was not as boring as it might have been, or I never would have gotten through this 400+ page book.  Since the book was a selection of my local book club, I might not have read it otherwise.

© Amanda Pape - 2016

[This book was borrowed from and returned to my local public library.]

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