I know I just published like two minutes ago but I forgot a book.
For book club we read this one, Still Alice by Lisa Genova.
This one was interesting, that is to say, not on my typical reads list. This one is about a professore at Harvard, very smart, very accomplished and in her hey day when she is suddenly diagnosed with early onset Alzhiemer's disease. Throughout the book Alice is faced with challenges that to use are as simple as using the restroom but because of her illness are a major difficulty. The tragedy is that fifty year old Alice loses her memory, her brilliant intelect, and her ability to understand language in it's more complex forms. However she gains a much stronger relationship with her children and finds new ways to show love and comprehension for every day events.
It's like she goes from the mind of an intelligent fifty year old to an infant with a mental dissability and has to re-learn how to communicate and understand.
This a great cry book.