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Split-Level Elders: A Humorous Novel about Baby-Boomers Battling their Parents

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Original name book: Split-Level Elders: A Humorous Novel about Baby-Boomers Battling their Parents

Pages: 296

Language: English

Publisher: Paul E. Stine (August 27, 2014)

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Category - Parenting & Relationships

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Will Sissy Woodson maintain her sanity against her aging parents, the ornery octogenarians, Stan and Gladys Ray? Will she get her half of their substantial estate, or will her sister, Brenda, get the whole enchilada? Brenda’s secret could play a big part in a supremely ironic funeral. And if some guy named Bob dies, will Stan and Gladys gain some ugly chairs but lose their souls? Toss out the medical books. Stan and Gladys aren’t old and sick, they’re old and mean! They’re miserly, inconsiderate and controlling and those are their good points. They’ve lost their independence, and they scheme to deny Sissy hers. But fate has a way of settling ‘old’ scores. Sissy’s first person voice is sarcastic, cynical, self-deprecating and hilarious. It’s sure to appeal to all those baby-boomers facing their less than endearing parents. Yours will look good in comparison.

Paul Stine is 60, married to Denise for 38 years and the father of two wonderful young men. He lives and writes in Louisville Kentucky. Split-Level Elders is his first novel. When he is not writing, Paul enjoys listening to music, watching college basketball and reading science fiction.

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Customer Reviews
  • By Debra Pike on October 10, 2014

    I am going through the very subject this book addresses only my situation is not nearly as humerous. Very well written and makes me feel better knowing I am not alone. Reading the banter between the child and parents is funny and really hits home.The writer takes a stressful time in life and makes is very humerous. I highly recommend to anyone whether you face this situation or not.

  • By DELYNN ELMORE on May 26, 2017

    Paul Stine has done a wonderful and hilarious job of telling the story of modern family dynamics! You will love the family and maybe see yourself in his pages. Delightful read!

  • By Erwin Booth on October 20, 2014

    One of the funniest books I've read. Anyone who has ever cared for an elderly parent or known someone who has cared for an elderly parent must read this book. For those who have never had the honor of caring for a parent should read this book as a funny look for what may be in store for them!

  • By patstoo on October 27, 2016

    I enjoyed this book very much.I enjoyed this book very much. Even though it is fiction, I recognized a lot of similarities to the author's family.

  • By Jody Sizemore on October 6, 2014

    The book "Split-Level Elders" addresses issues owned by many in the age 50 plus crowd: cantankerous aging parents, siblings who failed to launch, rapidly emptying ( or empty ) nests. Sound depressing? Not this book. Mr. Stine handles these themes with a good sense of humor. A skill anyone could use during life's messier moments. The hilarious narrative and neat plot twists keep you laughing too hard for tears. You may or may not see yourself in these pages, but you will definitely see somebody you know. This is an excellent read that shows there is light at the end of the tunnel for all of us!

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