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  • A eye opening book. Anyone that knows someone in the early stages to moderate stages of Alzheimer's should read this. It's sad but sweet at the same time. You do feel like you connect with Alice and the family especially if you have been through it.

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  • Still Alice.

    Such an incredible book. Gave me so much insight to what dementia is and how it develops.

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  • Heartfelt

    At the time I was reading this book, my friend at the age of 57 was going through early Alzheimers. This book made me really understand and appreciate the tumultuous world she must be living in, with no control over the process. A must read for anyone who has to face this horrible illness as a victim or as a spectator.

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  • Still Alice

    Read this book in about 36 hours....just 15 months after my own mothers Alzheimer's diagnosis...and just 3 months after her cancer diagnosis..tears were shed. A VERY good read...especially if you have family with this illness ❤❤❤

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  • Good read

    Still Alice was an easy read and reality check. My dad suffered from alzheimer's and I better understand him

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