Reviewed by Leslie on May 10, 2017
This novel is a beautiful story of a woman “Alice” who is going through the stages of Alzheimer’s. It is written from the patients view which is something that was very different and unnerving to experience. It does however give you a different perspective on the illness and makes you think more about what the individual losses and not just the struggles that the families are faced with.
This book at first glance looked like it was going to be a sad story and I honestly wasn’t all that interested at first, but I can’t help myself is someone recommends a book to me. So I dove in and thankful I did because it is a beautiful story and is about more than just loss. It shows a family that overcomes struggles and brings out heroes. It also does a perfect job of showing us that everyone needs a little help and understanding sometimes, and not to write anyone off until they stop breathing. I give this read five tear covered moose tracks.