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“Inside the O’Briens” by Lisa Genova

I recently finished Lisa’s Genova’s fourth novel “Inside the O’Briens” which is about Huntington’s Disease (HD) and I was reminded of how much I like and admire her work.  Recall her first book, “Still Alice” which was about a young … Continue reading

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My 5 favorite “recently published books” of 2011

Are you looking for stocking stuffers for that beloved reader in your life?  Just in case you are, I have put together my Top 5 “recently” published books of 2011. Actually, here is the fine print, all of these books were … Continue reading

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“Still Alice” – Early onset Alzheimer’s is no joking matter

I shudder to admit how many times I have forgotten something and jokingly blamed it on “early Alzheimer’s”.  Just tonight, I tore apart my kitchen in search of lost Twins tickets I joked about it.  Lisa Genova’s debut novel, “Still Alice”, is … Continue reading

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