Book Review: No Sad Songs – Frank Morelli

I absolutely LOVE this review of No Sad Songs from The Girl With All the Books! She sees right inside my soul to the reasons why I wrote the novel in the first place and her understanding of the experiences of Alzheimer’s caregivers resonated deeply with me. Many thanks to The Girl With All The Books. If you don’t follow this blog, you most definitely should!

The Girl With All The Books

5 Stars

Blurb: Following a family tragedy, 18-year-old Gabe LoScuda suddenly finds himself thrust into the role of caregiver for his ailing grandfather. Between the shopping trips and the No Sad Songsdoctor visits with Grandpa, Gabe and his friend John try to salvage their senior year, meet girls, and make the varsity baseball team.

It doesn’t take long for Gabe to realize that going to school and looking after a grandfather with Alzheimer’s is more work than he ever imagined. And when long-lost Uncle Nick appears on the scene, Gabe soon finds that living with Nick and Grandpa is like babysitting two grown men. Aside from John, the only person who truly understands Gabe is Sofia, a punk-rocking rebel he meets at the veteran’s hospital.

When these three unlikely friends are faced with a serious dilemma, will they do what it takes to save Grandpa? If there’s a chance of preserving the final shreds…

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