One woman's journey through unbearable loss.
A true story.
©2013 Jackie Hance and Janice Kaplan; 2013 Simon & Schuster Audio
"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, number-one New York Times best-selling 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 best-selling author of What Remains)
courageous, inspiring and honest
Jackie starting to live again
Jackie gives the book life that no imagination of characters ever would.
yes, the book touched me deeply, her story definitely puts life into perspective.
I plan to re listen many times.
There were times, when Jackie Hance threatened suicide, that I thought I could not continue this true story, but I'm glad I did. She and her husband Warren had lost all 3 daughters in a tragic car smash-up (under mysterious circumstances) so how were they to carry on when they had loved their precious children (and parenthood) so much? The book reveals raw feelings and coping-actions of both parents (Jackie more so) but when her anguish escalated, I was pleased that Warren pushed back in order to release some of his pain too. I grew to admire both of them and the girls as well---their personalities and gifts of love were brought out through anecdotes of happy earlier days. The adult friends of the Hances were helpful, wise and loyal and I was also impressed by therapist Dr. O'Brien and his understanding for the "coin" Jackie needed "in her pocket". Likewise, Dr. Rosenwaks was an impressive and skilled specialist. SPOILER ALERT! When the fourth daughter was born, I was full of joy for Jackie and Warren to have hope re-born in their lives...even though it must have been frightening to open their hearts to a baby once again. I have found Kasey Hance on Google and in YouTube (search hard through interviews) and she seems to be a delightful person in her own right. The story is well-written and even though Jackie is not a trained performance artist, the fact that she narrates it is courageous and special to my thinking. This is a terrific book, outstanding even. I recommend it highly.
Mom. Wife. Photographer. Lover of all things supernatural. Slightly obsessed with Sweet Valley High and great white sharks.
As a mom of a daughter, I found myself many times in tears while reading this. Would I be able to handle losing a child? My child? Jackie Hance is completely honest about the aftermath of losing her three children and the devastation that it caused her in life.
After this book, I feel like a little part of me knows her and her daughters. I hope they can all find peace and someday be together again.
Very good and inspiring, helped me understand how to forgive and move forward. God Bless your family Mrs. Hance
I would listen to this again, its heartbreaking in its realness
When Jackie was discribing the her aminessia that followed the unbleaveable loss of her girls, how her mind just couldn't allow her to retain such ahorrible fact
When Jackie was at the grave and went to Diane's side, letting go
The storie of a women who walked through her worest nightmare and came out the other side
This story will break your heart, but make you stronger at the broken places for having read it
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