The Little Girl In The Radiator

The Little Girl In The Radiator

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Martin Slevin’s mum was a highly active, very intelligent and fiercely independent woman who ran her own business and ruled Martin and his father with a rod of iron. But after Martin’s dad dies, her life crumbles, and she becomes listless and forgetful. Eventually, she is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and Martin puts his own life on hold to care for her. Together, they embark on a journey through the various stages of the condition; the destination is never in doubt, but along the way there are many lighter moments, as she shaves the dog’s bottom, holds sing-songs with an imaginary Irish band and pins all of Martin’s socks to the wall. And all the time, the question nags away at him: who is the little girl in the radiator, with whom his mum has urgent, whispered conversations each day?

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Author Martin Slevin
Publishing Date 12-Aug
Publishing House Monday Books
Binding Paperback

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Your Home Bedroom, Living Room
Living Better Dignity, Self-Identity and Self Worth, Understood

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Living Better Dignity, Self-Identity and Self Worth, Understood
Your Home Bedroom, Living Room
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Author Martin Slevin

Feefo Reviews - Average 100% (1 reviews)

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13-Jul-2016 Product:

This book strikes a chord on so many levels. Poignant, honest and laugh out loud humorous - telling the everday experience of so many of us trying to do our best to accept being a bit player in the rollercoaster ride of helping out loved ones with Alzheimer's.
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