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I Know This Much Is True A Novel

I Know This Much Is True A Novel


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On the afternoon of October 12, 1990, my twin brother, Thomas, entered the Three Rivers, Connecticut, public library, retreated to one of the rear study carrels, and prayed to God the sacrifice he was about to commit would be deemed acceptable.One of the most acclaimed novels of our time, Wally Lamb's I Know This Much Is True is a story of alienation and connection, devastation and renewal, at once joyous, heartbreaking, poignant, mystical, and powerfully, profoundly human. see more...

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I Know This Much Is True A Novel
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Amy R.
Alpharetta, GA
166 reviews
One of my favorite books! This is a rather long book but just doesn't feel that way when you are reading it and you just won't want it to end! I absolutely loved it! The writing is amazing! The story is touching and will make you cry! I highly recommend this one and Sh'e Come Undone! They are both fantastic!
Antonia M.
Escanaba, MI
194 reviews
i cant even put to words. this novel is incredible. i never wanted to put it down, and i kept forgetting this was not a true story while i was reading it. its tragic, heartbreaking, and also uplifting and thought provoking. wally lambs depiction of mental illness is raw and touches on how everyone seems to suffer in different aspects when a family member suffers from a mental illness. a coworker was reading this and she was only a few pages in and already praising it, so i ordered it immediately.
Silvia P.
Niles, IL
288 reviews
This is the book that kicked everything off for me where my love for Wally Lamb is concerned. I was totally hooked from page to page. This book really explores topics of mental illness and and family that make you think. I would recommend it.
Kristen T.
143 reviews
A great glimpse at someone struggling with mental illness. Wally Lamb writes in a way that's so relatable and down to earth. You truly feel the emotions of each character.
Jessica B.
Orange City, IA
318 reviews
Another great book by a fantastic author. Another glimpse into a life struggling with mental illness. I read it more than a decade ago but it has stuck with me for years to come. It is not a quick or light read but it is satisfying.
Mar B.
8 reviews
This is one of my favorite books of all time. It's very meaty and a great read. It's definitely not a light hearted and fun book, but I loved it. I've also read She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb and loved that too!
Krista L.
100 reviews
I have not read this in a while! Great book but not for the squeamish i think.
Ashley J.
Niagara falls, New York
48 reviews
I do enjoy this book. The story was interesting and gave a glimpse of what it is like having a family member who suffers from schizophrenia. You will laugh and cry, and at the end appreciate time time you spent reading this book. In some parts it does drag on, but I pushed through till the end and am glad I did.
Silvia P.
Niles, IL
288 reviews
I LOVE this book. Does anyone have similar recommendations for books/authors?

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