An Absent Mind: review


So I did enjoy this book, although you go into it knowing the end result. It’s about a man who’s been married most of his life. It hasn’t been the happiest marriage, but it was enough for them. When he gets the diagnosis, he’s shocked and doesn’t believe it at first. Then he starts to decline.

It was interesting, seeing the family’s point of view on this disease, as well as the person’s POV during the whole thing. Even at the very end, you still get some pretty distressing messages from him.

It was an emotional little book. Nothing profound, but more of a look into a private life, struggling with the inevitable. I gave this book 3/5 stars.


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