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By Alice Eve Cohen

"Darkly hilarious...an unforeseen package deal of joy."
-O, The Oprah Magazine

Alice Cohen was once satisfied for the 1st time in years. After a tricky divorce, she had a brand new love in her existence, she was once rais­ing a cherished followed daughter, and her occupation used to be blossoming. Then she began experiencing mysterious indicators. After months of assessments, x-rays, and inconclusive diagnoses, Alice underwent a CAT test that exposed the reality: she was once six months pregnant.

At age forty-four, without prenatal care and no insurance for a high-risk being pregnant, Alice was once besieged by way of evaluations from medical professionals and pals approximately what was once moral, what was once loving, what used to be correct. With the intimacy of a diary and the suspense of a mystery, What i assumed I Knew is a ruefully humorous, wickedly candid story; a narrative of wish and renewal that turns the entire "knowns" the wrong way up.

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