Inside the O’Briens

Family Life Fiction

Author: Lisa Genova

Joe O’Brien es un respetado oficial de policía de cuarenta y cuatro años que comienza a experimentar ataques de confusión mental, estallidos de mal humor y extraños movimientos involuntarios, que inicialmente atribuye al estrés. Cuando los síntomas empeoran acepta ir a ver a un neurólogo y recibe un diagnóstico desolador: sufre la enfermedad de Huntington, una dolencia neu….Read More

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