Half Past by Victoria Helen Stone. Published by Lake Union 

Having a parent start the slide into dementia is one of the most painful things a person can witness. For Hananah Smith, who’s lost her husband and her job, going home to care for her aging mother, just adds insult to injury. Always on the outside in her family, she’s felt inferior to her two older sisters her whole life and not looking forward to the homecoming. But when her mother begins to insist that Hannah is not her daughter, she’s sure at first that it’s all down to her mother’s illness, but then she begins to wonder if maybe there’s something more to it. This book touches on so many issues children with aging parents deal with. I could relate to Hannah and I believe many other readers will as well 

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