A horrifying journey through one man's battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Describing how he slowly loses control of his mind. He questions the meaning of life after falling foul of a killer that strikes twice. After the reader has finished with the book, he or she will frantically analyse their own sanity and begin to fear old age.
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One of the reviews for A Prisoner of My Mind14 December 2017
I have worked for four years in the Care industry and received training on dementia, yet l never understood life from the sufferer's viewpoint until l read this book. It is a little rough round the edges but the insight into the sufferers mind allows the reader to overlook those shortcomings. This book should be read by everyone who has a loved one suffering with dementia. Colourful language used but that is the reality of the condition. The sufferer is unaware of the change in their personality and vocabulary.