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After 40 years of troublesome marriages, two 65-year-old men are happily divorced but broke. Their future may last only five years. They decide to rob the robber.

When he turns 65 years old, grumpy old Harold's strenuous life grows even worse. His future may last only five years. He just got divorced and is broke, and, what's worse, he meets fusspot old George outside the courtroom. He, too, just got divorced. They rent a four-bedroom flat together with dull mate Michael. Lively George decides to rob the Mafia, with the help of Michael. Harold does not want to steal on principle. However, when Harold discovers they stole a suitcase full of newspapers instead of money, he gets angry. The Mafia itself obviously swapped the suitcases and robbed the robber before they did. Unbelievably, George is in shock. So now grumpy Harold takes the lead.

©2004 Florad Publishing (P)2017 Florad Publishing

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Tragedy with a smile

What made the experience of listening to Happily Divorced, or How to Rob the Robber the most enjoyable?

Short story that treats tragic moments so lightly that the events make you smile.

What did you like best about this story?

The structure, actualy there are two plots, the twist and how you begin to like the thiefs.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The book made me laugh and for a moment take the world a little less seriously.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Very intersting

What did you love best about Happily Divorced, or How to Rob the Robber?

If that title didn't get you, nothing will. You can tell right away that this book is outstanding.

Who was your favorite character and why?

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What about Adam Naranjo’s performance did you like?

Great voice

Who was the most memorable character of Happily Divorced, or How to Rob the Robber and why?

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Any additional comments?

Great book

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Seriously hilarious!

Would you listen to Happily Divorced, or How to Rob the Robber again? Why?

Yes! A fantastic story, reminding us not to take life so seriously and live a little…or a lot!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Happily Divorced, or How to Rob the Robber?

The failed attempt was great, but the dialog as a whole was memorable.

What about Adam Naranjo’s performance did you like?

Expression of emotions, in a quirky way.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me laugh, but also made me think.

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Funny and relatable

I actually really liked it. I read it on my friends kindle and was impressed. This book is relatable and uses humor to deliver its message. I'm happily divorced so this book was just perfect for me. Check it out!

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Short and laughing with a serious ubdertone

Who was your favorite character and why?

Told by the lead character. He is my favorite.

If you could take any character from Happily Divorced, or How to Rob the Robber out to dinner, who would it be and why?

I'm a man so I definitely decide for a dinner with one of the women.