Forget Me Not by L.T. Smith

Forget Me Not

byL.T. Smith

Kobo ebook | October 24, 2014

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Already emotionally drained by coping with her mother’s Alzheimer’s, Cathy Turner feels as if the death of her older brother is the last straw. She walls off her emotions, and mechanically copes with the demands on her time, day by day. Until forces beyond her control and beyond her understanding, break through her self-imposed isolation. Is she losing her mind, or is a power beyond this world gently nudging her in a direction that promises hope and renewal?

Title:Forget Me NotFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 24, 2014Publisher:Ylva PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3955332853

ISBN - 13:9783955332853

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Brief and bittersweet I was hesitant to read this book because of the subject matter (Alzheimer’s), concerned it would be heavy reading. While isn’t light reading by any means, it is hopeful in tone and drives home the message of taking nothing (and no one) for granted in life. The author shifts the focus in storytelling from caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, loss, family, and the relationship between child and parent so a fairly detailed portrait of the main characters is drawn in the span of a short story. It reads as a very loving tribute to family, a daughter’s love and changing relationship with her mother and makes for moving and emotional reading. Had the story been longer it might have developed secondary characters further or delved into other areas but might have also lost its overall impact. I recommend this story for anyone touched by Alzheimer’s in their lives but also those who value family. Reading it close to a holiday might even intensify the impact for some readers. For those considering this author but not keen to try this story, I highly recommend her other works for their humor and heart.
Date published: 2018-03-19