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By BarryFriedman | Comments: ( 677 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

Henry and Harriet Callins, discovering that all that glitters is not Golden Age, move into a senior retirement residence Among the exciting events they experience are waiting for the mailman each day, going to meetings where problems are solved by planning meetings, well you get the idea Henry suspects that the residents in the Assisted Living section of the faciliHenry and Harriet Callins, discovering that all that glitters is not Golden Age, move into a senior retirement residence Among the exciting events they experience are waiting for the mailman each day, going to meetings where problems are solved by planning meetings, well you get the idea Henry suspects that the residents in the Assisted Living section of the facility are receiving an assist that is detrimental to their health His curiosity puts himself and his wife in mortal danger


  • Title: The Old Folks at Home: Warehouse Them or Leave Them on the Ice Floe
  • Author: BarryFriedman
  • ISBN: 9780557521814
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments The Old Folks at Home: Warehouse Them or Leave Them on the Ice Floe

  • Sharon Michael

    I wanted to like this book and had reasonably high hopes because a couple of the reviews I read mentioned humor, but unfortunately, I saw nothing humorous about it. I found many of the characters very stereotyped in slightly unpleasant ways, especially the residents of the assisted living unit with unsympathetic portrayals of age-related infirmities both physical and mental.I also have to admit that the 'hook' the ending revealed felt contrived and totally unrealistic. If an author is going to u [...]


  • PAUL

    Could this be true?I enjoyed this book. I only have to say I hope this remains a work of fiction. It is so plausible that it might happen someday!!!!!


  • Lynn Demsky

    "Henry and Harriet Callins, having discovered that all that glitters is not Golden Age, move into Restful Bowers, a community for seniors. It has all the amenities anyone would want, plus a Care Center and Assisted Living facility, their umbrella. Henry attends meetings, where problems are solved by planning more meetings. For Henry’s fellow residents, the big event each day is waiting for the mailman. They enhance their wealth by scraping off the nickels and dimes that come in charity solicit [...]


  • Elaine

    This was quite original and kept my interest throughout. Henry jokingly calls the residents at the retirement community inmates while he and his wife become the newest members. He can't understand why it's so difficult to get in to check out the living quarters on the assisted living floor. It only makes him more curious when he can't visit friends who had recently moved there, without an advanced appointment.


  • Eva

    I picked this book up on a whim because I liked the title. It was a quick read and I enjoyed it. Not all old folks sit in rocking chairs waiting to die. Some become curious and try their hand at a little detective work.


  • Marilyn

    This was definitely different. Its more a mystery than about the an assisted living story. Definitely make you think twice about putting someone in one of these places. The second half is so much better than the first half.


  • Sara

    Quick and enjoyable read. Humorous and sardonic until the last few pages. As if he thought, OK time to finish and promptly added a bizarre and unrealistic ending. Having said that, its the best free book I've read from B&N


  • Eran Rabl

    The story made me laugh out loud several times, especially in the first half. I did guessed the ending way before the end, but it played out nicely.


  • Susan Clingman

    Agatha Christie meets "Future World"


  • Amie

    Quite a darkly humorous read that seems at times as slow-moving as the old folks it's about. The end gets tied up fairly nicely but also quickly so the pace changes dramatically there.


  • Jessika

    Cute story, but the denouement was rushed.


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    Published :2019-09-04T08:26:03+00:00