“A room without books is like a body without a soul.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero
This book written by Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg was given to me by my brother, he has really good taste in books so I essentially just picked up the book and started reading.
I had no idea what I was getting myself into but I could not be happier. It is truly a fantastic book,
Essentially it is a group of elderly people and they are in this awful old folks home, and they decide that it will be better to live in prison than be stuck there. So they think hey let’s rob something,
The only issue is they start off too small, then they have to one-up themselves. It is full of some solid comedy and moments that you do not expect. A bit of romance is thrown in, you never really know what to expect.
I really suggest this book, it is high quality through and through, and also what else are you going to do during quarantine? Why not pick up a good entertaining book?
Also thank you big bro for giving me the second book as a going-away present because I am thoroughly excited to pick it up.
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