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I'll See You Again Hardcover – April 23, 2013
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"Jackie Hance wills herself to live through unspeakable loss. Told with grace and courage, I'll See You Again gives profound insight into the humanity of grief, marriage and motherhood." (RoseMarie Terenzio, New York Times bestselling author of Fairy Tale Interrupted)
“I was immediately pulled into this beautifully moving, painfully honest, and ultimately uplifting memoir. I found myself fighting alongside Jackie, and rooting for her, as she comes out of the darkness and into a place where she is able to forgive, live, and hope again, and know that our loved ones are never far from us.” (Wendy Lawless, New York Times bestselling author of Chanel Bonfire)
“With sharp-edged observations and a clear voice, Hance carries the reader through the maelstrom of heart wrenching loss to a place where hope still glimmers.” (Jennifer Gardner Trulson, author of Where You Left Me)
“Maybe you don't believe in heaven. Maybe you don't believe in hell. But you will believe in both after you read Jackie Hance's I'll See You Again. Unflinching pain and unwavering hope burn into this story line by line. You'll read this book in one breath, and, left breathless, you will never forget.” (Jacquelyn Mitchard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Deep End of the Ocean)
“A wonderful and courageous book, I’ll See You Again is a story of unimaginable loss, extraordinary compassion, and ultimately, redemption and rebirth. Thank you, Jackie Hance, for sharing your story.” (Jeannette Walls, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Glass Castle)
“I'll See You Again details the heartbreaking story of Jackie and Warren Hance. Their story is one of hope, faith in God, friendships, and ultimately in each other.” (Carole Radziwill, New York Times bestselling author of What Remains)
About the Author
Jackie Hance lives with her family in New York. For more information about The Hance Family Foundation, visit Blog.HanceFamilyFoundation.com.
Janice Kaplan was the editor-in-chief of Parade magazine and an award-winning television producer. She is also the bestselling coauthor of novels, including The Botox Diaries, and author of the popular Lacey Fields mysteries. She lives in New York City and Kent, Connecticut. Visit JaniceKaplan.com.
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By now the world knows Jackie Hance as the mother of 3 daughters, all of whom tragically lost their lives because their aunt, Diane Schuler, chose to smoke up, drink some vodka and get behind the wheel following a camping trip with her husband, children and 3 nieces.
I'd seen the HBO Documentary and found it to be utterly absurd at times, especially by the end. In turn, I was initially hesitant to purchase Jackie's book. I am extremely glad I did. As Jackie and her husband chose not to do interviews or participate in the HBO Sh*t Show, I wasn't sure what I was in for. What I found was a crushing story of a woman who was a happily devoted wife and mother for whom motherhood was life.
Jackie's unflinching, heartbreaking account of the deaths of her daughters, the anger she felt toward her sister in law and even her own husband was painful to read, yet one must give credit where credit is due: she puts herself out there, warts and all. At times I was almost ready to wring her neck and in the next paragraph, I was ready to cry with her all over again. I can't imagine what it took for Jackie to give the world such an intimate look at her life, emotional breakdown and how she's slowly learned to live around such a staggering loss... not only in the loss of life of her daughters, but in the security she felt before Diane made the decisions she did.
I'll See You Again is a tearjerker without question. More than that, I also found it as an unflinching look at grief and how even after unfathomable tragedy, the human spirit does have the ability to live again... even as it realizes things will never be the same.
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I do have to say that I am sad the little 2 year old niece has been totally forgotten.Read more