The Fountain of Youth by Steve Shear

The Fountain of Youth by Steve Shear

Title - The Fountain of Youth 
Author - Steve Shear 
Published - May '17
Publisher - Wild Rose Press Inc.
Pages - 298
Price on Amazon - Paperback - £12.99 Kindle - £3.84
ISBN - 1509213899

Robert Glickman is sick and tired of watching his family and friends struck down by terrible illnesses such as Dementia, Alzheimer's cancer and Parkinson's. Glickman arms himself with his grandsons quiz book, he is determined to fight. 

Having worked in care and looked after people with these terrible illnesses I know how terrible they are and the effect they have not just on the patient but the family and friends too.

This book does a wonderful job of showcasing the horrors of these illnesses and the struggle and adventures one man goes through to beat the odds. Glickman is an incredibly caring mn and this is shown throughout the whole book. A great read, with an interesting and informative plot. Wonderfully written characters. 

A must-read for anyone who is going through similar situations or for anyone interested in the progression and effects these illnesses have on everybody involved in the care of the person suffering. Or just for someone looking for their next great read.

Thank You to NetGalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Rating - Four out of Five Stars
Would I Read Again? - Yes
Would I Recommend? - Yes
Would I read other books by the same author? - Yes

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