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by - written on 24/01/12 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Another of the books free to download on Kindle from Amazon (at least it was at the time of writing at any rate), The Journey Home is a tale of two halves that come together at the end for a tidy, though perhaps overly obvious, conclusion. An old lady sits in a Nursing Home suffering from Senile Dementia. Her Alzheimers slowly getting worse, she finds herself drifting away and living in a happier time when she and her husband were first married. Her son despairs, watching his mum descend further and further into confusion and locking herself away from the other residents for days at a time so that she can be alone with her memories, and so starts cooking old ... Read the complete review
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