This is the best indie fiction I have read in a long time.
Vivid-fast moving, entertaining scenes. Complex characters. Innovative storyline. The opening scene is perfect.
You need to read this book.
The Senior Moment follows senior Jean Henderson as she travels to New York to visit her son, his girlfriend, and new baby. The only problem is once she gets to his apartment, he isn’t there. Not to mention he leaves her a note telling her she needs to go home ASAP, and whatever she does, don’t answer the door.
Now imagine reading this note after witnessing a murder by two men in Obama masks on the first day of your American trip.
From the first page, The Senior Moment leaves me, and most likely you too, watering at the mouth for more.
Main protagonist Jean Henderson is one lady with spunk despite her age. She snags a lover and arranges a group of seniors to protest their horrible mistreatment at the hands of banks who have taken their livelihood while trying to get her grown son out of trouble.
I don’t want to give away too much, but let’s just say Jean Henderson takes advantage of those who don’t give their elders the respect they are due.
I hiiiiigggghhhlllyyy recommend this book.
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