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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing
There are many reviews about Old Friends that start off with, "this was hard to read." I have to wonder how many of those reviewers are administrators at retirement/nursing/convalescent homes. Do they ... Read full review
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As in his Pulitzer Prize-winning The Soul of a New Machine ( LJ 8/81 ), House ( LJ 1/86), and the best-selling Among Schoolchildren ( LJ 1/90), Kidder reveals his extraordinary talent as a storyteller ... Read full review