Now in paperback, the national bestseller on growing old. Tracy Kidder has won the Pulitzer Prize and countless other awards for his bestselling studies of ordinary life. Now he confronts his most important and universal theme in this personal study of old age in America. "Touching, funny and inspiring".--New York Times.
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Review: Old FriendsUser Review - Donna Gabbard - Goodreads
While I found it a bit depressing to read about those who spend their last years in a nursing home, it was encouraging to meet those who "continued to live" in spite of being in such a dreary setting ... Read full review
Review: Old FriendsUser Review - Chris Straub - Goodreads
At the end of this book, I initially didn't believe that it was nonfiction because it was so well written. Such a good read, it's amazing the real stories he tells Read full review