Will Brister's sons are at a loss as to what to do with the elderly widower who was once their vibrant, charismatic father. A chance newspaper ad and a pleasant voice on the phone lure the family to Remington Hills, a large assisted living facility on the northern edge of San Antonio. There, Will emerges from his grief to instill life and energy to what had become a peaceful, but monotonous environment.
Remington Hills provides a memorable read about courage and triumph . . . family ties and compassion . . . heartache and tough decisions. It sheds light on contemporary issues relative to aging, while ultimately demonstrating what it is that makes seniors tick.
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Be good to your children cause they will be who decides if you go to a nursing home or not
This is a wonderful book on many levels. It not only discusses a very relevant subject today --aging and life in a retirment home, but it combines suspense, intrigue, and humor into a novel you just can't put down. This novel would make a great film with a Walter Mathau type actor portraying the main character, Will Brister. Readers of all ages will not be disappointed when they read this book.