Inside the O'Briens: A Novel
Publish date: 2015-04-07
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Joe is a Boston cop who learns he has Huntington's Disease, a hereditary disease that can be passed on to his children. This is how they deal with it. I enjoyed this story. While the disease is serious, there is humor here as well. Joe and Rosie, his wife, do their best to raise their children to ...
Inside the O’Briens, Lisa Genova, narrator, Skipp Suddoth This book is an eye-opener, not only because of how it treats a devastating disease, but because of how it treats the way it is possible to handle end of life decisions when we know our own expiration dates, complete with all of the details, ...
I had heard of Huntington's disease, but I honestly didn't really know anything about it. This story definitely filled me in. At the same time I was learning about this disease, I was reading a fantastic story about a husband and wife with four grown kids and just how this disease affected them. The...
Peel back the wallpaper and look inside the life of the O’Briens, and what you will find will be extraordinary. I never imagined that this novel would be so inspiring and life-changing for me. I have been informed, enlightened and entertained. Knowing very little about this disease, I have become aw...
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