SENIOR VILLAGE (SENIOR-VILL-I-AGE) is a gripping, dramatic fictional story about a Senior Citizen, Lenny Wright that will keep you sitting on the edge of your seat! Lenny agrees to sell his home after his wife dies and then share the home of his daughter, Mary Hastings and her family. Two years into the living arrangement, Lenny finds that he has worn his welcome out where his Daughter Mary and her Husband Franklin decide that itas time for Lenny to go into a nursing home. He becomes distraught over his controlling daughter and her weak husband Franklinas decision to put him in a home. Lenny confides his situation to his best friend, Norman Felcher, where they meet at the Mall for one last fling together and to discuss his fate at Senior Village. Lennyas relationship with one of his Grandsonas, Jonathan Hastings, is strained, but after covering for his reckless behavior, Jonathan confides in him that he has gotten a young girlfriend pregnant. After giving Jonathan the best guidance he can concerning the situation, Lenny prepares for his stay at the state run nursing home known as aSenior Villagea. On arriving at Senior Village, Lenny is confronted with the hard reality of nursing home life and must be processed in past the devious desk-drawer alcoholic Director - Arista Helms. Dismayed by his greeting and his now restrictive life, Lenny finds that the situation worsens when he is confronted by some of the physically and mentally abusive nasty interns and staff in charge of his care. Corruption appears to be their middle name! Lenny is further enlightened by the deplorable conditions that his Jewish roommate Lou Weisman is forced to live in. Bed ridden Lou informs Lenny that the treatment they receive is far worse than he can imagine. Stunned by what he sees and hears, Lenny takes decisive action by incorporating the help of his best friend Norman who is willing to go to any length to help his best friend bring down this institution from Hell. Will Lenny be able to secure the safety of Senior Citizens in Nursing Homes, or will he face certain death? And lastly a who are those bodies in the yard?I hope I have been of some help to you! ... Thank you for your help, and I think Ia#39;m going to check out your suspicions about Mr. Greene! ... Lenny says, aNo, I think we should get a ride over to Senior Village and play BINGO with our friends!
|Title||:||Senior Village "Senior-vill-I-age"|
|Author||:||Lawrence G. Wasden, M.A.|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2012-04-13|