In this New York Times best-selling debut novel, neuroscientist Lisa Genova "mines years of experience in her field to craft a realistic portrait of early onset Alzheimer's" (Publishers Weekly). Alice Howard, a Harvard psychology professor and a happily married mother, is comfortable in her life. But then she misplaces her BlackBerry, gets lost around town, and even becomes disoriented at home. When her own children become unrecognizable, Alice's worst fears are confirmed.
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