Oldies but Goodies PDF/EPUB ☆ Oldies but eBook

Oldies but Goodies PDF/EPUB ☆ Oldies but eBook


Oldies but Goodies [Reading] ➿ Oldies but Goodies Author Bernadette Tabor Pruitt – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Three lively seniors sneak off from a Texas retirement home to right the wrongs of their pasts Retired English professor Thornton McCall seeks forgiveness from a former girlfriend Harvey Carman a reti Three lively seniors sneak off from a Texas retirement home to right the wrongs of their pasts Retired English professor Thornton McCall seeks forgiveness from a former girlfriend Harvey Carman a retired Buick dealer wishes to make amends to a man he falsely accused of a crime Liz Wittenberg a well preserved redhead and man collector wants to apologize to the family Oldies but eBook » she disgraced decades ago Once they set out in their borrowed yellow Camaro their lives and those of others at Rolling Hills Villa are never the same.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 247 pages
  • Oldies but Goodies
  • Bernadette Tabor Pruitt
  • English
  • 08 April 2016

9 thoughts on “Oldies but Goodies

  1. Katy Katy says:

    DelightfulHarvey Liz and Thornton are reminders to all of us stay in the present make amends for the past and look forward to the future regardless of our age

  2. Gloria Zachgo Gloria Zachgo says:

    At first I thought the comedy was a little over the top Then when I thought about the seniors I’m around and being one myself I realized those over 70 are wanting to find humor and diversity wherever they can grab it A fun humorous read that also has its serious moments of teaching and learning

  3. Susan Swiderski Susan Swiderski says:

    I must admit my infernal internal editor immediately reworded the first sentence of this book when I read it and I was also ridiculously annoyed when early in the story Thor was referred to as the Greek god of thunder but you know what? I LOVED this book I mean really LOVED itThe writing is delightful and so are the characters And the story? Dynamite Retired English professor Thornton McCall widowed for than a decade is doing just fine on his own until he accidentally sets a fire in his kitchen Then one thing leads to another and before he knows it his son decides it's time to ship him off to assisted living For his own good of course And without his beloved dog Determined to make the best of it Thornton makes two very good new friends at the home and the three of them not only smash the old people mold thrust upon them by the home's by the book manager but they also break out of the prison like home altogether In a kick ass yellow Camaro with black racing stripes they take a memorable road trip so they can attempt to make amends for past sins Their adventures both good and bad their amazing friendshipand everything else about this book is absolutely wonderful The depiction of the folks living in that home basically just existing and killing time until they die is heartbreaking because unfortunately there's a lot of truth in that portrayal Old age may not be for sissies but as our trio of courageous heroes prove it ain't over 'til it's over They prove age is just a number and life is meant to be lived to the fullestDid I happen to mention I loved this book? I bet you will too

  4. Karla Cogley Karla Cogley says:

    An enjoyable readI enjoyed this story so much because you feel the pain and stress of placing aged parents into a rest home The main characters were not ready to go there or had no one to care for them They still had life to live and amends to make for past deeds No matter our age or role we still learn

  5. Randy Rogers Randy Rogers says:

    What a road trip Everyone has something they regret but some regrets are bigger than others These three oldsters set out to make amends for a sin of their past before it’s too latein a sporty Camaro no less Great plot remarkable characters each with hisher own story to tell Didn’t want to put it down

  6. Dorothy Talmadge Dorothy Talmadge says:

    Very fun to read True to the lives of those who have reached the age of still wanting to feel useful Myself includedI would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read for entertainment Thanks to the author for writing it

  7. Maryteresa Maryteresa says:

    Delightful reefThis is a heartwarming story of three senior citizens who take a road trip to tie up loose ends in their lives before it is too late There are some parts that make you laugh and sins that make you cry

  8. Catherine Dueweke Catherine Dueweke says:

    A fun read

  9. Constance Constance says:

    I love this storyThe title caught my attention but the story will stay with me for a very long time Keep on writing such good uplifting story lines for all of us boomers

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9 thoughts on “Oldies but Goodies

  1. Katy Katy says:

    DelightfulHarvey Liz and Thornton are reminders to all of us stay in the present make amends for the past and look forward to the future regardless of our age

  2. Gloria Zachgo Gloria Zachgo says:

    At first I thought the comedy was a little over the top Then when I thought about the seniors I’m around and being one myself I realized those over 70 are wanting to find humor and diversity wherever they can grab it A fun humorous read that also has its serious moments of teaching and learning

  3. Susan Swiderski Susan Swiderski says:

    I must admit my infernal internal editor immediately reworded the first sentence of this book when I read it and I was also ridiculously annoyed when early in the story Thor was referred to as the Greek god of thunder but you know what? I LOVED this book I mean really LOVED itThe writing is delightful and so are the characters And the story? Dynamite Retired English professor Thornton McCall widowed for than a decade is doing just fine on his own until he accidentally sets a fire in his kitchen Then one thing leads to another and before he knows it his son decides it's time to ship him off to assisted living For his own good of course And without his beloved dog Determined to make the best of it Thornton makes two very good new friends at the home and the three of them not only smash the old people mold thrust upon them by the home's by the book manager but they also break out of the prison like home altogether In a kick ass yellow Camaro with black racing stripes they take a memorable road trip so they can attempt to make amends for past sins Their adventures both good and bad their amazing friendshipand everything else about this book is absolutely wonderful The depiction of the folks living in that home basically just existing and killing time until they die is heartbreaking because unfortunately there's a lot of truth in that portrayal Old age may not be for sissies but as our trio of courageous heroes prove it ain't over 'til it's over They prove age is just a number and life is meant to be lived to the fullestDid I happen to mention I loved this book? I bet you will too

  4. Karla Cogley Karla Cogley says:

    An enjoyable readI enjoyed this story so much because you feel the pain and stress of placing aged parents into a rest home The main characters were not ready to go there or had no one to care for them They still had life to live and amends to make for past deeds No matter our age or role we still learn

  5. Randy Rogers Randy Rogers says:

    What a road trip Everyone has something they regret but some regrets are bigger than others These three oldsters set out to make amends for a sin of their past before it’s too latein a sporty Camaro no less Great plot remarkable characters each with hisher own story to tell Didn’t want to put it down

  6. Dorothy Talmadge Dorothy Talmadge says:

    Very fun to read True to the lives of those who have reached the age of still wanting to feel useful Myself includedI would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read for entertainment Thanks to the author for writing it

  7. Maryteresa Maryteresa says:

    Delightful reefThis is a heartwarming story of three senior citizens who take a road trip to tie up loose ends in their lives before it is too late There are some parts that make you laugh and sins that make you cry

  8. Catherine Dueweke Catherine Dueweke says:

    A fun read

  9. Constance Constance says:

    I love this storyThe title caught my attention but the story will stay with me for a very long time Keep on writing such good uplifting story lines for all of us boomers

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