Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 29th 2009
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Book blurb: Alice is just fifty when she finds herself in a downward spiral, increasingly disoriented and forgetful. A university professor, wife and mother of three, she has books to write, places to see, grandchildren to meet. But now a tragic diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's disease is set to...
I borrowed this novel from my aunt a while ago and feel bad that it has taken me this long to read it. I feel like such a slacker. Anyways, I guess there was a reason why I delayed reading it because now, this novel has taken on greater meaning to me. My aunt is now battling this disease. As I read ...
Still Alice was an emotional journey into the life of someone with early-onset Alzheimer's Disease. While I don't personally have any experience with EOAD, or have any family members who have suffered, I've come across it a bit in some previous research I've conducted. I was able to feel not only Al...
This was an eye opening book. It was told from the point of view of the person with Alzheimer's. Although I can't know for sure, I feel that it was pretty spot on. What a sad and scary disease Alzheimer's is. I don't think I'll ever forget this story. It made the issues personal for me, and cha...
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