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"Journey at Dusk has that special quality that both manages to accurately inform the reader of the nature of Alzheimer's Disease while at the same time tell a compelling story." 

Michael Sananman, MD, Fellow of American Academy of Neurology


Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler.


Henry David Thoreau (1817 - 1862)


Martin Fielding is a retired banker, Korean War vet, father and grandfather—and he has Alzheimer’s. His final years of life are filled with confusion and the obliteration of cherished memories. He must face the inevitability of losing his loved ones and even himself to the encroaching abyss. At a time that should be filled with quiet reflection and the satisfaction of “a life well-lived”, Martin must face his final days as a stranger to the world around him and must begin every remaining day of his life as if it were his first.


In this story based upon the author’s personal experiences, Martin and his family discover that despite the “curse” of Alzheimer’s, the most important period of a man’s life may well be his final days. For Martin Fielding and his family the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease does not signal the end, but the beginning of a wonderful journey.


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