Thursday, June 13, 2013
Greedy for Life: A Memoir on Aging with Gratitude Book Review
Greedy for Life: A Memoir on Aging with Gratitude
by Lori Stevic-Rust
Through reflections on the guidance of her one-hundred-year-old grandmother, national healthcare expert, Dr. Lori writes a powerful memoir on aging that is humorously told and sure to be warmly received by all generations. The personal life lessons shared in Greedy for Life, become a universal story of finding purpose and living with gratitude.
I don't always like books where the author writes about their life because they can be a little boring sometimes. Greedy For Life is definitely not boring at all. Lori has a very fun writing style and kept me entertained. A lot of her family stories were funny and some were a little sad but they all had a message about life she wants to share. I loved the stories Lori shares about all five generations of her family especially the stories about her grandma. My favorite stories in this book were about the grouchy patient and the grandma poop story. That might sound a little weird if you haven't read the book but just read it and you will understand what I'm talking about. This is a very inspirational book and it helped me think about my life and really appreciate what I have because a little reminder always helps.
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Genre – Memoir
Rating – PG13
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Received an ebook from Orangeberry Book Tours for this review
Posted by Joana Arteaga