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The Little Girl in the Radiator: A Personal Study &hellip by Martin Slevin
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5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing story, 22 Feb 2011
`The Little Girl in the Radiator' is a real delight for any reader. It is truly a wonderfully written book and one that maintained my interest from beginning to end. The author, Martin Slevin, explains/deals with the complex issue of Alzheimer's disease in the most compassionate, clear and simplest of ways. He really has mastered the art of storytelling. The book is written in such away that each chapter is very self contained, easy to pickup, read, put down and start again at a later date. Martin's style is clear, expressive and always easy to follow. At times this book is hilariously funny, whilst other times very moving bringing tears to my eyes. I was captivated all the way through and… Read more