Forget Me Not by Alix Garin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Such a sad but also exhilarating book to read.
The graphics within are colourful and depict each step of the way as the story unfolds and the emotions on faces really draws you in.
Clemence has personal issues of his own. This becomes more apparent as I got through the story.
Her Grandmother is in a nursing home.
I could relate to this young person on all levels and I’m an adult.
It’s difficult to resign yourself in the first place that the person with Alzheimer’s will be safer in a specialised home that cater for their needs let alone visiting and finding out they hate it there.
As an adult, I knew that was going to happen and part of the illness, and encouraging them that you will return.
But Clemence is upset for her Grandmother. How could her Mother leave her in there. It’s just not right.
So one day he hijacks her out of the nursing home.
The adventure they go on is so well depicted in the drawings.
Sad but happy ending.
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