This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the book using that link, I will receive a small commission from the sale.I Know This Much Is True by Wally Lamb
Published by ReganBooks on January 1st 1970
Source: the library
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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.
I thought I had read this one when it was first published, but after reading the book, I only vaguely remembered the beginning, so I think I never actually read it.
A story about brothers, a subject I know nothing about (having no siblings), it’s an interesting, twist and turn story. It’s not the type of book I normally read, but I thoroughly enjoyed it all the same.