"After I read "Still Alice," I wanted to stand up and tell a train full of strangers, 'You have to get this book.'" -- Beverly Beckham, "The Boston Globe"
'The most accurate account of what it feels like to be inside the mind of an Alzheimer's patient I've ever read. Beautifully written and very illuminating'
"Rosie Boycott "
'Incredibly moving and humbling' "Louise, ""London"
'There are few page turners in this field of literature but this is one of them'
'Incredibly compelling and engaging' "Natalie"", ""Newcastle-Upon-Tyne"
'Remarkable, illuminating ... highly relevant today' "Daily Mail"
'Beautiful, heart-breaking and haunting' "Sara-Jade, ""London"
"After I read "Still Alice", I wanted to stand up and tell a train full of strangers, 'You have to get this book.'" -- Beverly Beckham, "The Boston Globe"
"Heartbreakingly real.... So real, in fact, that it kept me from sleeping for several nights. I couldn't put it down....Still Alice is a story that must be told." -- Brunonia Barry, New York Times bestselling author of The Lace Reader
"After I read Still Alice, I wanted to stand up and tell a train full of strangers, 'You have to get this book.'" -- Beverly Beckham, The Boston Globe
"This book is as important as it is impressive, and will grace the lives of those affected by this dread disease for generations to come." -- Phil Bolsta, author of Sixty Seconds
"With a master storyteller's easy eloquence, Lisa Genova shines a searing spotlight on this Alice's surreal wonderland. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to read this book. It will inform you. It will scare you. It will change you." -- Julia Fox Garrison, author of Don't Leave Me This Way
"A work of pure genius." -- Charley Schneider, author of Don't Bury Me, It Ain't Over Yet
"A masterpiece that will touch lives in ways none of us can even imagine. This book is the best portrayal of the Alzheimer's journey that I have read." -- Mark Warner, Alzheimer's Daily News
"With grace and compassion, Lisa Genova writes about the enormous white emptiness created by Alzheimer's." -- The Improper Bostonian
"Heartbreaking." -- The Cape Cod Chronicle