Arc posted this great review of Crossing Arcs by Susan McMaster.
Here’s a sample:
In terms of composition, crossing arcs is the most unique to the group: it deals most intensely with the nature of memory and what happens to people and their families when memory fails. The book centres on McMaster’s relationship with her mother, Betty, as they both grapple with Betty’s descent into Alzheimer’s disease. As McMaster admits, this process is fraught even without writing about it
Read the rest of the article here.