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This one was selected for our book club and I would not have chosen it but read it all and it gives me insight into disability. We should all know about this problem.Published 8 days ago by Barbara Blake
This is my third book by Lisa that I have read this summer. She writes SO good that you can't wait to get to the next chapter. From her books you learn about brain issues... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Ninja
This novel provides a hopeful scenario for a wife, mother, and busy executive who has suffered a traumatic brain injury. It is not a fairy tale ending. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Sbelle4
Every working woman with a family should read this. Sometimes you have to step away to realize what is really important in life.Published 25 days ago by Diane Gossom
This Author is excellent and as with her first book, Still Alice.. this will keep you wanting to read more, hard to put down. Wonderful writer!!! Read morePublished 29 days ago by Linda M Joslin
I knew nothing about left neglect, but read this because of her other books. I thought it an excellent introduction to this condition.Published 1 month ago by M. Bates
Did not get to read it yet. I am sure I will like her writing as I loved "Still Alice."Published 1 month ago by carol algonquin, il.
I love the author & had never heard of this condition. It was a fascinating read and I was sad when I was done that I had finished a wonderful book.Published 1 month ago by Vickie Takats