I've read quite a few books about Alzheimer's Disease and this one has to be the story that touched me the most. It mirrored my own journey with my grandmother's struggle with the disease in many, many ways. This is a heart-wrenchingly honest portrayal of the stages we go through with this disease and the author lays it all out in a genuine, straight-forward narrative that had me crying, laughing, and nodding many times in understanding. It is a portrayal of deep pain but also a story of ultimate triumph in overcoming this horrible disease and the tragedies the author faced on her journey. By the end of the book, I was able to look back on my own journey with my grandmother and her caregiver, my mother, and realize that we, also, had our little miracles. I also realized that although we felt very isolated and alone during our own struggle with this disease, we were never alone... so many people are having to take this same journey and I urge anyone who has, or is going through, a struggle with Alzheimer's to read this book. It is enlightening, helpful, and a glimmer of light in the darkness that is Alzheimer's Disease.