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Marion Legrand arrives from France with her daughter after receiving a cryptic letter from her ailing sister Mimi, unaware of what lies in store for them in Florida. They are assailed by a coterie of oddballs at an "otherwise stable no-nonsense age discretionary retirement community". It's late-life crisis at Sunny Glen Palms, and from the golf greens to the clubhouse the veil of the American psyche is lifted, revealing the sometimes breezy sometimes topsy-turvy world of retirement. The residents' problems run the gamut from Alzheimer's disease, existential angst and anti-depressants to a major glitch in the plans for Flora Wheeler's monumental 100th birthday party.
©2014 Richard Papp (P)2016 Richard Papp
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By Wayne on 01-20-17

Funny at times

Sunnyville is set at Sunny Glen Palms, a age discretionary retirement community in Florida. It centers around preparation for the upcoming 100th birthday party for Flora Wheeler. It's supposed to be humorous but fails as often than not. Narration by the author is superb. This novel is almost worthwhile.

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By Sherry A. Wilds on 01-14-17

A fun romp with rowdy retirees you won't forget

The author narrator whisks the reader into the wacky world of a retirement community. A romp through the homes of endearing characters with the author's original hammered dulcimer music as the backdrop to their lives and their fears of what comes next.

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