Worried about his failing memory, Dean Lajeunesse returns home with his teenaged son, Aidan, to the sickbed of his estranged mother. There, he relives his difficult relationship with his father, who died in his fifties of dementia.
After Helen (readers outside Canada)
Irving, an unassuming history teacher, revisits his tumultuous past with his late wife Helen and comes face-to-face with some long-buried family secrets – secrets that he’ll have to confront if he wants to save his relationship with their daughter.
After Helen (Canadian readers)
Please note that the Canadian edition is published by HarperCollins. No ebook version is currently available in Canada.