Is a simple life too much to ask for?
Ben thinks the retirement home where he works should be called “Heaven Can Wait a Little Longer While I Golf” instead of Heritage Gardens. But who asked him? He’s just the janitor, after all. Of course, his inept boss, the cantankerous residents, and even his attractive podiatrist friend don’t know one important thing about him: he was recently a cardiothoracic surgeon, not a broom-pushing custodian.
Ben is in search of a stress-free life with a little freedom from the past thrown in. But will it be that simple to escape who he used to be—and all he used to fear?
An inspiring, quirky story from an award-winning author, Prime of Life reminds us that new life can find us in the most unexpected places.
I was very disappointed with this book.
I thought about Rain man when I was reading it. Ben the main character was fascinated with Prime numbers. Which became way to much for me. That is all he talked about.
It is a Christian book which you all know by now is all I read and review, so I do not want to read books with curse words in them and this one has some.
The story was just to boring for me. The attention to detail was no where to be found in the book.
I am so sad to say that this is not a book that I recommend at all.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.