Having read the paperback, the audio version truly gives life to the happenings at the Mary Stuart Riley Home for People of Advanced Years. Rozanne D..Show More »evine's narration of the book is excellent.
This is a laugh-out-loud book that provides very funny glimpses of the daily happenings in a home for persons of advanced years. The residents and the staff are quirky and capable of outlandish behavior. The canine, Holy Moses, is a significant nuisance in terms of his bodily functions, but he makes the home a stimulating and interesting place for staff and residents. I particularly liked the Epigraph with its warning "No old fogies allowed!" and its description of the Grim Reaper as a freeloader at the buffet table with a foam bat.
I highly recommend this book for people who enjoy outlandish humor and the spoken word.
I received this audiobook from the author narrator or publisher free of charge via audiobookblast for free in exchange for an unbiased review....that ..Show More »being said it was an amusing listen...I would have liked dates to go with the columns as it was easy to lose track of the time of year they were in. The narrator really was the high point bringing the chin wags to life