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10 Must-Read Books For Seniors

10 Must-Read Books For Seniors

There are so many books on the market, but what kind of book you like is defined by the age group you are in. priorities and likes change as one grows old. Many books are considered the best choice for seniors, but it will also depend on your personal choice. Experiences have a direct impact on one’s life, and this is also what makes our likes.

 Invisible (Ivy Malone Mysteries #1):

The book is based around Ivvy Malone who has a habit of getting into trouble. She soon realizes that she can escape the public eye. Ivvy launches her investigation when the vandals appear on the scene stomping through the local cemetery. Initially, she fails to come up with something concrete, but as soon as she discovers something unusual, she puts herself to work again.

The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared

Alan didn’t want his one-hundredth birthday party. He is waiting for the party where the Mayor is going to come. The press will be there, but he slowly reaches the window and climbs out of it on the Flowerbed. His later journey involves criminals, several murders, and a lot of excitement.

The Old Man and the Sea

The Old Man and the Sea:

The story is about a Cuban fisherman and his struggle in the sea. It makes the 20th-century classic, and the story progresses through the battle of the fisherman against a Giant Marlin.

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close:

Nine-year-old Oskar Schell is everything that a child wishes to be. He is an inventor, a Francophile, letter writer, pacifist, natural historian, Great explorer, collector of butterflies, and many more. Tragedy falls on Oskar when his father is killed in the September 11 World Trade Center attacks. He sets out to solve the mystery of the key that he finds in his father’s closet.

 Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand

The book has dealt with the image very clearly. One of the characters that steal your heart is Major Pettigrew who is one of the indelible characters in the book. He is a retired Major.

The Little Old Lady Who Broke All the Rules

79-year-old Martha Anderson doesn’t want to spend the rest of her life in an armchair. She wants to embark on an exciting journey. She dreams of escaping her care home, and rob a bank. She is accompanied by her four friends.

Prime of Life:

Ben is the janitor in a retirement home which he calls “Heaven can wait a little longer while I golf”. Nobody knows that Ben was a cardiothoracic surgeon, not a broom-pushing custodian.

Driving Miss Norma: One Family’s Journey Saying “Yes” to Living

Miss Norma was diagnosed with uterine cancer, and the doctors have advised her to go through a lot of surgeries, but she has no plans of spending life on a hospital bed. She rose to her full height and told the doctor “I’m ninety years old. I’m hitting the road”.

 

 The Things We Keep

The story revolves around the early stages of Alzheimer’s that Anna Foster is suffering from. She is at an early stage, and only thirty-eight years old. There is only one resident her age, Luke. Both are living in an assisted living facility.

 A Man Called Ove:

Ove has principles and a strict routine. He is called the Bitter neighbor as he doesn’t walk around with a smile. He would point at people he dislikes. He finds his world turned upside down when a young family moves in the next door.

Conclusion:

Likes change as one grows old. There are books that you can read at a certain point in time, as the story and life preferences matter.

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