The Wrinkly

The Wrinkly Mike Lewis wants out Out of his meaningless career his shallow relationships the big city rat race On a whim he signs a contract for a house in an idyllic retirement community in Florida that promi

The Wrinkly Kindle edition by Paul Collis Literature All in all, The Wrinkly is a cute story with colorful characters who get into humorous situations It s a quick read with a message that is content to ride in the back with the top down, making for light hearted fare and a pleasant read. Wrinkly definition of wrinkly by The Free Dictionary Define wrinkly wrinkly synonyms, wrinkly pronunciation, wrinkly translation, English dictionary definition of wrinkly n A small furrow, ridge, or crease on a normally smooth surface, caused by crumpling, folding, or shrinking A line or crease in the skin, as from Wrinkly Define Wrinkly at Dictionary Contemporary Examples of wrinkly A bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money. Wrinkly Synonyms, Wrinkly Antonyms Thesaurus Mr Benjamin has a wrinkly smile, and Mrs Benjamin is so understanding You ve got a beard, and your forehead is all criss cross and wrinkly, and your chin rough And they had such romantic, crinkly, wrinkly, leathery faces The stiff, wrinkly oil painting must be hard and cold to cry into. The Wrinkly Ram, Omarama Restaurant Reviews, Phone Feb , The Wrinkly Rams caf is the place to stop for weary travellers seeking refreshment With clean toilets, espresso coffee, and fresh homemade food you can enjoy a break from your travels We have Free Wi Fi available for customers and there s hot Wrinkled definition of wrinkled by The Free Dictionary Define wrinkled wrinkled synonyms, wrinkled pronunciation, wrinkled translation, English dictionary definition of wrinkled n A small furrow, ridge, or crease on a normally smooth surface, caused by crumpling, folding, or shrinking A line or crease in the skin, as from Wrinkled Idioms by The Free Dictionary iron out the wrinkles of in something Literally, to remove wrinkles from something, especially a piece of fabric, using a flatiron Your new dress shirt is all rumpled You ll need to iron out the wrinkles before you go to the ceremony this evening I have to iron out the wrinkles in this tablecloth before our guests arrive By extension, to

  • Title: The Wrinkly
  • Author: PaulCollis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mike Lewis wants out Out of his meaningless career, his shallow relationships, the big city rat race On a whim, he signs a contract for a house in an idyllic retirement community in Florida that promises a peaceful life of golf and hobbies Only later does he read the small print he has to be over 60 to join the enclave Trouble is, he s only 39 Welcome to the startMike Lewis wants out Out of his meaningless career, his shallow relationships, the big city rat race On a whim, he signs a contract for a house in an idyllic retirement community in Florida that promises a peaceful life of golf and hobbies Only later does he read the small print he has to be over 60 to join the enclave Trouble is, he s only 39 Welcome to the start of a whole new life

    One thought on “The Wrinkly”

    1. I like a good comedy, and I've seen one or two communities in Florida that have quite frankly scared me with their perfect appearances and promises of idyll, so this seemed like a good read for me.Mike Lewis is 39, sells TV advertising slots & dates younger women. On a trip to Florida for a conference he discovers a community with wonderful leisure facilities and every class going to enrich a life. All the people he sees look happy. Returning home he checks into his financial affairs and dec [...]

    2. All you have to do is read the book description and it should be obvious that the premise of this book is one ripe with comedic potential. That the twist is the opposite of the norm, most people would rather pass themselves off as being younger, not older, adds to the humor of the situation. A quick, light-hearted read that tickled my funny bone.**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **

    3. It's not the usual 40-year-old man who tries to pass himself off as a guy in his 60's just to live in an idyllic retirement community. You have to suspend belief. But this is a whacky, fun, fast-to-read yarn.

    4. This is a sit down and have a good laugh book. I can see myself in one of those communities in just a few years, except with real wrinkles. I wondered at first if the book would be like reading an old script of Mrs Doubtfire but this story was alot funnier.

    5. Some people have said it's 'laugh out loud' funny, and others believe it would make a good movie. I agree with them.(Well, I have to. I'm the author.)

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