The silent wife : a novel / A.S.A. Harrison.

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      HARRISON, A. S. A. The silent wife : a novel. [s. l.]: Penguin Books, 2013. ISBN 9780143123231. Disponível em: Acesso em: 5 dez. 2020.
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      Harrison ASA. The Silent Wife : A Novel. Penguin Books; 2013. Accessed December 5, 2020.
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      Harrison, A. S. A. (2013). The silent wife : a novel. Penguin Books.
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      Harrison, A. S. A. 2013. The Silent Wife : A Novel. Penguin Books.
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      Harrison, A. S. A. (2013) The silent wife : a novel. Penguin Books. Available at: (Accessed: 5 December 2020).
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      Harrison, A. S. A. The Silent Wife : A Novel. Penguin Books, 2013.
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LJ Reviews 2013 April #2

Jodi has led a quietly ordered and opulent life with her partner, Todd, for the past 20 years. She considers herself to be a flexible and understanding better half, who reacts to Todd's indiscretions by cooking him his favorite meal to remind him of their stable home life. A psychiatrist, she perceives an insurmountable difference between herself and her clients, whom she thinks would benefit from accepting the low points of their lives along with the high ones. But the events that Todd is about to set in motion will test Jodi's limits to a harrowing degree and cause a secret that she buried long ago to resurface. Told in the alternating voices of Jodi and Todd, Harrison's novel is the story of what happens when the life we've worked so hard to achieve is exposed as an illusion. VERDICT Reminiscent of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl, Harrison's (Zodicat Speaks) fiction debut is at once coolly detached and heartbreakingly accurate. Sure to be a hit with psychological-thriller fans.—Caitlin Bronner, St. Joseph's Coll. Lib., Brooklyn, NY

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PW Reviews 2013 April #1

Canadian author Harrison's first novel is a smart, nuanced portrait of a dying marriage. Psychotherapist Jodi Brett is content with her tidy, tranquil existence—cooking for her husband, Todd Gilbert; walking the dog; seeing a few clients out of their gorgeous Chicago condo—while headstrong Todd works as a professional renovator. As Jodi sees it, they complement each other, and she doesn't mind pretending to disregard Todd's indiscretions (which he clumsily attempts to cover up) in exchange. Accepting the peccadillos of her adulterous husband is one thing, but when Todd takes his infidelity to the next level and tells her that he's leaving her, the existence she's clung to so dearly is destroyed. And Jodi will do anything to take it back. And she does. Harrison (Zodicat Speaks and three other nonfiction titles) breathes life into Adlerian psychology, and weaves theory into a heart-pounding thriller that will keep you up at night. Agent: Samantha Haywood, Transatlantic Literary Agency (Canada). (July)

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