Review: You Know Your Way Home by Suzanne Jauchius (review)

You Know Your Way Home
written by Suzanne Jauchius
published by Bree Noa Publishing Co.

find it here: Barnes & Noble, Amazon, iBooks (audiobook), Goodreads

Why did I pick this book: I was asked to review this book by the publisher. Melissa thought it sounded interesting and decided to read it. (She received a copy of this book for review purposes.)

Did I enjoy this book: 
I loved it.

Jauchius’s story is lovely.  She writes of a rageaholic mother without bitterness, failed marriages without regret, and personal failings without shame.  The strength she acquires on her journey vibrates out of the pages, and it’s strangely comforting to know that despite her nontraditional skills she works just as hard as the rest of us to achieve her goals.  Jauchius’s ability to tell her tale without revealing every sordid detail is refreshing, and though there are a few things I still want to know, my respect for her privacy makes me glad she left them out.  You Know Your Way Home is a lovely little book, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.


Would I recommend it: Yes, definitely.  I loved following Suzanne’s path, and even if you’re not convinced she’s actually a psychic, you’ll enjoy the way she shares her life.

Will I read it again: You know how I feel about reading books twice. This one, though?  …I’d consider it.

About the book – from Goodreads: 
A true story about a woman with 5 husbands, secretly chasing killers and missing people, until she collides with a brash mystery man, an abrupt therapist in a padded room and a revered Lakota medicine man.