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 - Lynn McMillen - Goodreads
I did not love this. It rambled and seemed to have no real objective. Was it fiction? Non fiction? I kept thinking there would be a very important point made about growing old or nursing home living....but got all the way to the end and still was puzzled. So much more could have been said. Read full review
Review: Old FriendsUser Review - Jerrine Regester - Goodreads
Humorous yet touching and real account of life for our elders in nursing homes. Kidder's focus on the relationship between Lou and Joe teaches us we can make new friends at any stage of our lives and love them as if we have known them our whole lives. Tracy Kidder is one of my favorite writers. Read full review