Disease

Disease

by Hans M Hirschi

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Overview

When journalist Hunter MacIntyre is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, he realizes that his life is about to change, not to mention that he’s been handed a certain death sentence.

Alzheimer’s is a disease affecting the patient’s loved ones as much, if not more, than the patient themselves. In Hunter’s case, that’s his partner Ethan and their five-year-old daughter Amy. How will they react to, and deal with, Hunter’s changing behavior, his memory lapses, and the consequences for their everyday lives?

Disease is a story of Alzheimer’s, seen through the eyes of one affected family.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154487808
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing
Publication date: 10/26/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 410 KB

About the Author

Hans M Hirschi has been writing stories since childhood. As an adult, the demands of corporate life put an end to his fiction for more than twenty years. A global executive in training, he has traveled the world and published several non-fiction titles as well as four well-received novels. The birth of his son provided him with the opportunity to rekindle his love of creative writing, where he expresses his deep passion for a better world through love and tolerance. Hans lives with his husband and son on a small island off the west coast of Sweden.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not the typical M/M Romance you would expect as this tells both sides of a traumatic disease. The one who has the disease has his young life destroyed while his partner is coping with the out come. Some parts are funny and sad at the same time but this story will have a profound impact on you. This author is not the run of the mill M/M writer ....he leaves you with another side of the “Gay” life....which isn’t gay at all.