The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert, Aged 19 Going on 91

You must sign in to see if this title is available for request.
Pub Date 15 Nov 2018 | Archive Date Not set

Talking about this book? Use #TheGrowingPainsOfJenniferEbert #NetGalley. More hashtag tips!


Description

'The characters jump right off the page and into your heart.' Amazon reviewer, 5 stars

Nineteen-year-old Jennifer is regretting her hasty move into Sunset Promenade, an unusual retirement home taking in students to save money. Despite their differences in age, Jennifer and the older residents thrive and embark on a series of new adventures. But when Sunset Promenade is threatened with closure, cracks begin to show, and this quirky group of friends must work together to save their home.

The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert, aged 19 going on 91 is a funny, warm and uplifting novel about the importance of friendship, the value of community, and how it's never too late to have the time of your life...

'I loved every word of this book and would advise people take an afternoon off, find a comfy spot and lose yourself for a few hours in the world of Sunset Promenade.' - Amazon reviewer

Readers are loving The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert
'Brilliant page turner'
'this is a lovely book'
'a really good read'
'a wonderful story'

*******************
Previously published as The Lonely Hearts Cinema Club

'The characters jump right off the page and into your heart.' Amazon reviewer, 5 stars

Nineteen-year-old Jennifer is regretting her hasty move into Sunset Promenade, an unusual retirement home taking...


Available Editions

EDITION Other Format
ISBN 9781409175100
PRICE £8.99 (GBP)

Available on NetGalley

NetGalley Shelf App (PDF)
Send To Kindle (PDF)
Download (PDF)

Average rating from 20 members


Featured Reviews

A Funny and heart warming read with some really lovely characters (major tom) and an interesting storyline. A great read if you want something abit different

Was this review helpful?

I enjoyed this gentle heart warming read. Jennifer wanted a fresh start and has started a new course at university. As her university halls of residence are not ready she takes up a room at Sunset Promenade retirement home. Here the residents and the students have to work through their differences and be prepared to learn from each other. Jenny is also faced with deciding who she is going to be. She is working through her issues whilst the home is faced with closure. Rescue comes from an unusual source and Jenny is forced to face her ‘demons’.

Was this review helpful?

Readers who liked this book also liked: