AARP’s Best Books of 2023 (So Far) - Sandeep Jauhar
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AARP’s Best Books of 2023 (So Far)

AARP’s Best Books of 2023 (So Far)

My Father’s Brain: Life in the Shadow of Alzheimer’s by Sandeep Jauhar

“Sandeep Jauhar, 55, — author of 2018’s Heart: A History — is a practicing physician, but that didn’t prepare him for the emotionally wrenching experience of watching his dad’s gradual cognitive and physical decline from Alzheimer’s, as he recounts in his moving memoir, My Father’s Brain (April 2023). Anyone who’s been a family caregiver, or has a loved one with the disease, will relate to the author, who describes his family’s long, difficult journey with compassion and candor (‘I loved him, cared for him, and hated him, too,’ he writes).”

Photo Collage: MOA Staff; (Source: Book Photo: Sue Tallon)