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Return to Book Page. However, what looks certain to be three months of interminable boredom with a bunch of nearly dead people turns out to be far more interesting than Randolph could ever have imagined. The novel explores the lonely and often frightening business of growing old, seen through the compassionate eyes of a teenager. It also celebrates the agonies of a young boy negotiating his way through being in love for the first time.
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More filters. Sort order. Sep 03, Savera rated it it was amazing. A touching and funny must-read for grandchildren and grandparents alike - plus everyone in between! Anyone who knows, has cared for, or been around the elderly, will recognise the unpredictability and contradictory obsession with routine that defines the golden years. Both Randolph and his grandfather, Pops, are facing changes in their lives.
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Randolph is learning about love and life, while Pops is coming to terms with the sometimes unfair process of aging. Edyth Bulbring has created a cast A touching and funny must-read for grandchildren and grandparents alike - plus everyone in between! Edyth Bulbring has created a cast of characters I couldnt help empathising with - whether it was while playing Scrabble or navigating the tricky event that is braai-ing after the death of a spouse.
Not in a million years.