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The Book of Senior Moments (Humour)

by Shelley Klein

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Some of this went straight to the bone. Ah, the joys of growing old, don't you just love it.... not! I think you will need to be over fifty to really appreciate this book, but appreciated it I did, and to be fair, everyone forgets things from time to time. ( )
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The Book of Senior Moments introduces the reader to a wonderful collection of these little passages, drawn from the experiences of everyone from politicians to pundits, and set alongside revelations from the famous (and not so famous). Also included are some exit strategies for when you've been ambushed by your memory, as well as tips on how to avoid getting ambushed in the first place. Part guide, part humourous overview, and crammed with advice, examples, anecdotes, confessions, tips, retorts and excuses, this is an absolutely essential book for anyone interested in ... er ... whatever it is.… (more)

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