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From the New York Times bestselling author of Still Alice Lisa Genova comes a powerful and transcendent new novel about a family struggling with the impact of Huntington’s disease. Joe O’Brien is a forty-four-year-old police officer from the Irish Catholic neighborhood of. Download Inside the O'Briens by Lisa Genova! pages | HQ EPUB/MOBI/ KINDLE/PDF | ISBN: X | Published April 7th by. inside the o briens Download inside the o briens or read online here in PDF or EPUB. The predecessor to Burger King was founded in in.

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No real tears, but plenty of empathy. Glad to also be educated more on this awful disorder. This should have been 5 stars but I give it 4. It was the only bit of the book that let me down personally. It's the author's choice how to end a book but I felt empty with the need to know.

Darn it. Can Lisa message me in secret to tell me? So, a powerful, painful and highly addictive read that would appeal to many types of readers. I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone. It's urged me to learn more about Huntington's Disease too. It's been a hard review to write as I don't feel I can get across clearly enough how powerful the impact of it is, it's left me kind of drained, I need to recover and ponder the book over the coming week.

This review, plus book chat, giveaways and more can be found on my page: View all 18 comments. Feb 25, Shaily rated it it was ok Shelves: Unfortunately, I didn't love reading Inside the O'Briens. Half the time, I felt like I was reading a textbook on Huntington's Disease with some examples of how a family is affected thrown in for good measure.

Although it was good to get more than just Joe's perspective, Katie was an annoying character. I started to skim her chapters because there was no new information offered. It doesn't bother me that view spoiler [we don't find out Katie's test results hide spoiler ] , but I don't like that she view spoiler [essentially makes her decision to move to Portland with Felix because Meghan is moving to London and their apartment will be rented out, not because she came to her own conclusion separate of what her family members are doing hide spoiler ].

I appreciate the awareness this book will bring to Huntington's Disease and think it's great that Genova is able to bring medical knowledge to a fictional novel. This one just needs a little more polishing. View all 16 comments. Feb 26, Sharon rated it it was ok Shelves: Inside the O'Briens had a great strong start, but I had trouble staying interested.

The first chapter showed us that Joe, the main character, was beginning to have symptoms of Huntington's Disease, though of course he doesn't realize it at the time. Then, the story jumps forward 7 years, only to keep taking us through several situations were he is having symptoms he doesn't understand or recognize.

The author takes this time to introduce us to the family and get to know the characters, but it see Inside the O'Briens had a great strong start, but I had trouble staying interested. The author takes this time to introduce us to the family and get to know the characters, but it seemed like this is the point where the story should have picked up, but it never did.

When Joe finally receives a diagnosis, it is first by way of the doctor telling him what she "thinks" prior to any testing , and the situation was so far from what would happen in real life it felt jarring. His wife began googling HD on their drive home, and at the following appointment - two months later - he is told that indeed, he does have HD. So he then asks, what is Huntington's Disease? As though he hadn't had two months to stew over it, worry, and research it, because the doctor had already told him that's what she thought he had.

The book is just too poorly paced and unrealistic to enjoy the story as the author attempted. ARC received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. View all 6 comments. Mar 21, Carol rated it really liked it Shelves: Lisa Genova really knows how to set the scene of a story and draw you in With no treatment to slow the progression or hope of cure in sight, Joe's children struggle with the decision of being tested to uncover their fate.

Informative and heart-rending read depicting a devastating, debilitating and dead Lisa Genova really knows how to set the scene of a story and draw you in Informative and heart-rending read depicting a devastating, debilitating and deadly disease. View all 5 comments. Lisa Genova does it again. Highly recommended for all sorts of readers. How she can take such heart wrenching medical topics and tell such important stories is such a gift. Thanks to Gallery Books for a free copy, and I am so glad to report this is one author I am keeping up with.

And so well worth it. More research to cure this so importantly needed. If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring fort Lisa Genova does it again. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you. Stumble around in giddy gratitude while you still can. And her sick, addicted mind loves every gruesome, dramatic second of it. There is white light and breathing in and out.

Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul And sings the tune without the words And never stops at all. After all these years, he sees his mother. And I don't want to spend one minute on this earth knowing two of my children are buried beneath it. I'll tel you right now, I'm crawling into the casket with the last one.

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They're gonna have to bury me alive because I won't go on alone. A drunk wife and a husband with HD. They make a fine pair. As they lurch down the hallway and finally make it to the kitchen, it occurs to Joe that this is the best anyone can hope for in life.

Someone you love to stagger through the hard times with. The thought became a fear that physically consumed her. But the thought is only terrifying if she chooses to be terrified. The quality of her experience depends entirely on the thoughts she chooses. Reality depends on what is paid attention to. Whether she's gene positive or negative, she's determined to pay attention to living, not dying.

Every breath is a risk. Love is why breathe. Christine I agree this was a stellar novel, Colleen! Sep 29, Libby Great review with awesome quotes Colleen! I love this author but I haven't read this one yet. Adding to my TBR list. Mar 31, Mar 24, Christine rated it it was amazing Recommended to Christine by: Lisa Genova for an ARC of this novel in exchange for an unbiased review. It is written by Dr. Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice.

The disease is inherited. Everyone with the gene will develop HD; everyone with HD will die. Joe and Katie are the protagonists, and the story is told by both their points of view 3rd person narrative. What I like best about this novel is how Dr. Genova really focuses onto the many facets of this illness. Being a physician, I am aware of this disease, though I have never seen a patient with HD. I dare say most of the population not in the medical field has never heard of it.

It is not an easy disease to live with. How will you spend the rest of your days and what will be your attitude? How will you relate to your family? It is very difficult for offspring to decide whether or not to undergo genetic testing.

Do you want to know that you will die early of this grotesque disease? Or do you decline testing in order to hold out hope even knowing that a negative test would set you free. But will you truly be free even with a negative test? If you test positive or if you decline testing, will you want to marry? Would that be fair? Would you want to have children? Will every stumble, loss of balance or dropped glass be a sign that the disease is beginning?

The questions are endless. It is evident that a tremendous amount of research went into the writing of this fictional account. But it is the way she humanized this disease that moved me.

The characters are so compelling, so realistic, and just so…. To see their struggles in handling the entire situation and how they each came to terms with it was simply spellbinding. I thought about these people when I went to bed and when I woke up. I am still thinking about them after finishing the book.

I will miss them. I highly recommend it to all readers. This is my first Lisa Genova book. It will not be the last. View all 30 comments. Apr 12, Mandy rated it it was ok. Visits to the doctor give an opportunity for some medical lectures and a mini-course on genetics. View all 13 comments.

Nov 24, Carmen Blankenship rated it it was amazing. There are certain times that I get frustrated at being limited to giving a book 5 stars. This is one of those times. Before I review this specific book, I just want to touch on Lisa Genova's body of work. Much to my dismay and astonishment it was her debut. How can a book so flawless be her first?!? Then I read her bio Then, I decide to email Genova about how much Still Alice impacted me.

Guess what? She emailed right back and actually had a 'coversation' with me over email. So not only is she a gifted author, a doctor, and educator, but she is also very NICE!

I would say it wasn't fair that one person had so much talent, but I have a feeling that while there is no doubt she has talent, I am pretty sure she has worked her arse off. OK, now on to Inside the O'Briens. Their whole family is rocked when Joe is diagnosed with Huntingtons Disease. A disease that is passed down genetically. While this is the premise of the book, it is so, so, so much more.

I loved the O'Brien family. Their Irish pride and their closeness. I found myselft thinking of the O'Briens as I was curling my hair in the morning, driving to work, and just couldn't wait to get back to them. What Genova is a genius at is educating you on diseases and also how they affect families.

I loved Joe and loved how much he adored his "bride" and his children. I hate Huntington's Disease. It is a vicious disease that can go on for generations. I hope a cure is found soon. I make a very modest living but I will donate what I can as Lisa has so gracefully asked.

Honestly, this review could be 3 pages long if I wanted to describe how absorbed I was in this story. My Kindle has yellow highlighted pages in every chapter. You don't need to even read the next review.

Just purchase it. View all 15 comments. Jan 12, Angela M rated it really liked it Shelves: I felt as if I knew Joe O'Brien. At first I thought it was because I lived just outside Boston when this story takes place so I really felt like I was there and that I knew this family.

More likely it's because Lisa Genova does such an amazing job of letting you know this could be any family , anywhere. This is about a family not so perfect but real in their flaws and yet perfect in their love and support for each other as they face Joe's diagnosis of Huntington's disease.

By reading 4. By reading this novel, I certainly gained a better understanding of Huntington's disease. At most I knew that this was a debilitating disease without a cure. Genova makes us aware of so much more - the terrible symptoms , the hereditary nature of the disease and the toll that it takes on the victim as well as the family.

Certainly her credentials as a neuroscientist make her more than capable of doing so. But she also gives us a beautiful story of a suffering family and how they sustain themselves through love and hope. It is heartbreaking to see what happens to Joe , a career Boston Police Officer both , physically as well as emotionally , beginning with denial through acceptance that he will die of it and worrying about whether his children will get it.

It's heartbreaking what this diagnosis is doing to his loving wife Rosie as she watches what is happening to her husband and worries about whether her four adult children have the muted gene.

It's heartbreaking to see what is going on in the minds of their children - to be tested or not , to know their fate or not. Amidst the heartbreak there is strength in the face of this tragic circumstance.

I highly recommend this book , especially if you loved Still Alice also by Lisa Genova. Thanks to Gallery Books and NetGalley.

View all 12 comments. These are just some of the symptons of Huntington's Disease, a heritary affliction that lies dormant in you until you are approaching middle age and then gives you 10 years more after that. Ten torturous years, because you will be fully aware of your slide into hell. Such is the story of Joe O'Brien and his doomed family.

As in Still Alice, the author gives us another tragic disease and asks the question, would you want to know if you are carrying the gene, or not? Such a story could be a downer, so the author balances it perfectly with scenes of this amazing family. Mostly we have Joe's perspective alternated with Katie's.

Told with humor and tenderness, this is a story that will resonate with you and bring some tears to your eyes. Thank you NetGalley and Gallery Books for allowing me to preview and review this wonderful book. View all 7 comments. Nov 22, Elyse Walters rated it really liked it.

The most important thing about Lisa Genova's new book, "Inside the O'Brians", is that she brings awareness to readers of Huntington's disease --and the many different ways it consumes a family. As Lisa tells the story about The O'Brien family --the reader begins to understand this disease deeper --physically--psychologically--mentally--financially--spirituality There are "Huntington's disease is a lethal neurodegenerative disease with no treatment and no cure --commonly called a family disease.

There are pros and cons for siblings: A genetic test can tell them if they will get the disease. Lisa Genova does a beautiful job unpeeling the onion-skin layers of each family member's struggle to live a dignified life, as they are faced with serious choices to make. While reading their story --the reader often wonders "what would I do"? This is a heartbreaking disease -- heartbreaking shocking news for a family -- Its a must read for anyone who knows nothing about Huntington's disease.

Lisa Genova's medical-science knowledge mixed with her storytelling allows readers to 'feel' the sense of immediacy to find a cure for this progressive deathly disease. Thank you Lisa -For making a difference in the world with the books you write!

Mar 26, Carol Brill rated it really liked it. Get out the tissues. I had heard of Huntington's Disease but had no idea of the course of the disease or that it's hereditary. As the O'Brien family deal with a current diagnosis and the too real threat to the next generation, their fears and hopes, denial, and bargaining really resonated with me.

Genova nails what it feels like to hear an unthinkable diagnosis and learn to live with it. A heartbreaking and hopeful story.

I have a quibble about the ending, one of those where I turned the page and gasped out loud, "Noooo! That can't be the end. Aug 25, Jenny Reading Envy rated it really liked it Shelves: I only know of Lisa Genova through the film adaptation of Still Alice , and I would not have read another book by her unless it came to me through a book swap, which this one did.

Still Alice gave my husband and I both the worst nightmares of our lives! This author, who has a PhD in neuroscience, seems to prefer to write about diseases in novel form. This is no exception, and addresses Huntington's Disease. The book starts with Joe, a Boston cop who drops things for no reason and falls without tri I only know of Lisa Genova through the film adaptation of Still Alice , and I would not have read another book by her unless it came to me through a book swap, which this one did.

The book starts with Joe, a Boston cop who drops things for no reason and falls without tripping. As a reader, you learn a lot about the disease, but you also come to care about the characters as they struggle through it. It also introduces some intricacies because the family is Catholic, and this introduces more issues in family planning, abortion, genetic choice, etc. I sat and read the book in one evening, so it just doesn't let you go. View 1 comment. Mar 28, Ace rated it it was amazing.

Every family has their battles and this particular family is dealing with Huntington's. I had to take a bit of a break about half way through but it drew me back as I kept thinking about what would happen and how they would cope. Anyone from the Boston area may love this even more than I did? Mar 23, Patrice Hoffman rated it really liked it Shelves: I'm often faced with that decision when starting a review for a novel I believe brings so much to the table in terms of its insight, relatability, and the discussion it leaves in its wake.

In an effort to not spoil anything I will be brief and only highlight the things that I still think about after reading this novel. Joe O'Brien is an officer for the Boston Police Department, husband to Rosie, and father to four offspring when he finds out the most devastating news of his life. He's gene positive for Huntington's Disease. After a few too many mishaps, sporadic movements, and out of character rampages, he is convinced by his wife to seek help.

She thinks he's gone crazy. After getting news of his true diagnosis, crazy seems like a lesser evil. The novel progresses by telling the Joe's story by cleverly placing intricate details of the neurodegenitive disease and what it means for his future, and his family's future.

He will become someone who is unable to control his movements, thinking, and behavior. His cognitive and motor skills will continue to decline until his untimely death. Inside the O'Briens explore how one Irish Catholic family tries to hold it all together while things seemingly fall apart. Joe can't help but feel the guilt of passing this along to his children while a few of his children battle wanting to know or not. This is where I was most intrigued.

We are given the most in depth story of Katie, who struggles between knowing and not knowing.

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Moving forward with life or allowing Huntington dictate how she would spend her life. Relating to her story is easiest and it constantly made me wonder: Would I want to know? Would I have the courage to find out what my future holds? Overall, Inside the O'Briens is an interesting, sometimes heartbreaking look into the life of a family who deals with the cards they're dealt.

I recommend this book to anyone who shows even a little interest in the subject and wants to get lost in a novel that will make you think, 'would I want to know'? Copy provided by Simon and Schuster via Netgalley Mar 26, Elaine rated it it was amazing. It is a horrible disease; cruel, relentless and fatal and the diagnosis has far reaching effects not only for Joe in his family life, but also his career. He is not a high flying big earner, just a hard working policeman and the author really showed the problems he was about to face in his working life now and in the future with regards to his pension and the cost of future care.

The real heartbreak of the story though is the genetic element. Once again, the author really portrayed the dilemmas faced by his children. Should they be tested or not? Is it better to live in ignorance or is it better to know what is ahead of you? Although Joe is suffering from a fatal disease, the book is not about dying. It is about living with the disease, or the prospect of it, and not wasting what time you have.

This is an absolutely fantastic story. If you read Still Alice and warmed to the theme of that book, then I really think you would like this book. I cannot finish the review though without mentioning the ending. In one way it is absolutely perfect, but in another way it is so flipping frustrating!

Many thanks to the publishers for the review copy. Inside the O' Briens is one of the saddest books I've ever read. Not only does the main character have to live with the earth-shattering diagnosis of Huntington's disease, but he also realizes how it might end up affecting his family, especially his daughter, who finds herself unable to cope with the possibility that she might have the same illness.

However, the family discovers that this tragic sentence might end up bringing them closer together. This book brings attention to a disease affectin Inside the O' Briens is one of the saddest books I've ever read. This book brings attention to a disease affecting numerous people in the world, and it's both well-written and original.


View 2 comments. What a wonderful book. Joe has served on the BPD for over 20 years when he begans having problems and is diagnosed with a rare movement disorder, Huntington's Diease. I loved the O'Brien family, well developed characters that I What a wonderful book. I loved the O'Brien family, well developed characters that I felt I knew personally.

The thing that stood out to me most is the education we receive on HD and the great hope and love of a family dealing with a difficult circumstance. This touched me personally. Lisa Genova has been a favorite author of mine since I read Still Alice and I look forward to her next book. View all 9 comments. Feb 02, Linda rated it really liked it Shelves: If you have ever read a book by Lisa Genova, then you know you will be treading into a lush field of the informative, the emotional, and the totally involved.

You will never quite be the same. This book was no exception. The story surrounds the O'Brien family who now must open the door and step through to the other side of Huntington's Disease. The knock was one that no one wishes to answer. Joe, the main character, has been recently diagnosed with the disease.

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He is the father of adult children, If you have ever read a book by Lisa Genova, then you know you will be treading into a lush field of the informative, the emotional, and the totally involved.

He is the father of adult children, husband to Rosie, and a career Boston police officer. Sadly, he is but forty-three years old upon receiving the news of the diagnosis. And there is no possible good news.

Joe looks back at his own mother who was institutionalized as "a drunk". He now realizes that she bore the weight of Huntington's. And what is the eventual fate for him and for his children and their children? I was completely unaware of the debilitating effects of this disease. Lisa Genova, once again, exposes her readers to a look behind the scenes of families who are dealing with situations that life does not prepare you for. The situations within the O'Brien family and the well-chosen dialog are honest and gut-wrenching.

They are a family unit, but more importantly, they are characterized as individuals who react and relate differently. You'll find yourself angered, perplexed, and frustrated as the story unfolds. Although this is a fictional story, it most certainly is reality for thousands of people who deal with the onslaught of this disease.

It is the throw of the stone that ripples outward and affects all involved. Presently, there is no cure. Even treating the symptoms is hit and miss. Genova presents a challenge for us all Dec 22, Dale Harcombe rated it liked it.

Three and a half stars. JJ is married while Meaghan, Patrick and Katie are all single. They have to decide whether to take the test to find out whether they each have the gene or not. It is obvious there Three and a half stars. It is obvious there has been a lot of research go into this book and this dreadful disease.

While that really made the book realistic, sometimes those details got in the way a bit. It felt like I was being given too much information to deal with. The whole book is very emotive and powerful. That meant a few tears at times. The writing had me right there with the family in their dilemma. So much so, that at one stage I had to put the novel aside and read something lighter, because it was affecting my mood and making me feel depressed. The trouble was, once I put it aside for a bit, I was reluctant to pick it back up.

But of course I had to know how it ended.

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As a result I got annoyed with the way it ended. I even thought about not reading it initially when encountering the language but then remembered this was Lisa Genova and she can tell a good story.

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This novel is not as good as Still Alice but is certainly an eye-opener to this dreadful disease and how people handle adversity in their lives.

Apr 16, Shannon leaninglights rated it it was amazing Shelves: Actual rating 4. I'm so happy that this book was good! I have personal ties to Huntington's Disease so it set the bar quite high with this story. I felt, for the most part, the author did a great job accurately portraying HD and the families it affects.

I loved the O'Brien clan and their life in Boston. The story felt real and the characters relatable. And while the ending made me frustrated in one breath, it also made perfect sense and I loved it. This book was ab Actual rating 4. This book was able to portray a message of hope and that's what I liked most of all.

A great read! Jan 11, G. Eckel rated it really liked it. Lisa Genova takes us inside a family, the O'Briens, and forces us to look at what is literally inside them: Huntington's Disease, which is a fatal genetic condition, like ALS, that affects roughly 37, people. The novel takes us through a tortuous series of losses over the course of a year for Joe O'Brien. He loses his physique, his ability to speak, his job, his control of his body, the health of his children, his religion, his self respect--one crushing blow after another.

Yet, he never lose Lisa Genova takes us inside a family, the O'Briens, and forces us to look at what is literally inside them: Yet, he never loses hope and he learns that life is really about what you pay attention to.

If you pay attention to all of the negative things in your life, HD being the worst, then your life is a negative experience. But if you have the wherewithal to look at everything in your life, particularly those things that are in the here and now, you discover that not everything is terrible, you're not already dead, and you can appreciate and enjoy yourself. Joe discovers that living life now, not putting off things, matters.

It explained a lot about my entire adult life and gave me an invaluable new perspective on my mother's "mental illness's. I have found a great local support group and am also getting on a list for any future clinical trials. I live by myself with my dog. I can still take care of myself and am able to drive. I figure I have at least 5 to 10 years minimum and totally optimistic that there will be drugs developed in my lifetime that will slow or halt the progression of this awful disease. And maybe even a cure.

I am so grateful to Lisa Genova for writing this book and the serendipitous way it appeared the week I needed it most. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I liked the story behind the O'Brien family which is about how this family is affected by Huntington's Disease which is just a cruel and heartless disease.

You just feel so sorry for them all and what their lives are becoming and will become because of this disease. They are a close knit, loving family which I really liked and the author wrote of them very lovingly. The author certainly did her research in explaining the symptoms of this disease.

Although I did not like the ending and felt there was more to the story that could have been written I would still recommend this book. I love the writing style of this author Lisa Genova and have read some of her others books such as Still Alice, which I highly recommend.

I do plan on reading more books from this author. Compassion for humankind is what Genova seeks ,and this book offers the setting in which to practice it. The O'Briens, the entire family, are individually introduced to Huntington's Disease. First, one of Boston's Finest, develops its strange symptoms and discovers cholera and other behaviors are to worsen until his early death.

That news is not the worst. He feels responsible. Would you want to take a test to tell you your future? Each of the four offspring struggles and decides. One can feel nothing but compassion for this Irish Catholic family who have worked hard and have a dreadful future. This disease, like many others, is truly unfair. I particularly became attached to Joe during the story, and literally held my breath while watching the disease take over, but not destroy, his life.

Genova again has written a thoroughly excellent book. It will stay with me. The disease, though, must expunged! Bridgett Top Contributor: Eye Makeup.

I worked with a Huntington's patient in a hospital setting while I was still a practicing registered nurse--it was a soul crushing experience.

The entire time I was reading this novel, all I could think about was that poor woman, in the final stages of her disease, trying to stand so we could get her into her wheelchair. Chorea looks alien. Joints aren't supposed to move the way hers were moving. She was trying so hard to talk to her daughter, but her mouth was incapable of making any words That woman had a profound effect on my entire nursing career.

I know she's likely no longer living, but I still find myself wondering if she is alive, how is she doing? Were her children HD gene positive? Did that awful gene die with her? This novel was like that nursing experience I have no doubt it will have a profound effect on me for years to come. It wasn't Ms. Genova's finest work If you go into this book expecting an action-packed drama, you're going to be unhappy.

This book deals more with the internal dialogue of each family member, particularly Joe and Katie, as they deal with Joe's diagnosis and what it means for each of them and their family.

At it's heart, this book is about choices. I was truly a bit surprised by how little Huntington's disease, and it's affects on the body, was actually discussed. Not going to lie Nevertheless, if you have enjoyed other Genova novels, you'll enjoy Inside the O'Briens as well. One person found this helpful. Our daughters were elementary age when we were given the results over the phone not the way it should be done.

My husband's family had no idea HD was in their family genetics. I truly appreciate that an author researched and wrote what each family member experiences. Our daughters lost their father at the ages of 16 and Both girls talk about getting tested.

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