This book explores the numerous and complex dimensions of what it is like to get older from the author’s personal perspective. The author promotes the idea that as we continue to age, we still live in a dynamic and multi-faceted world.
Marian Knapp has wearied of hearing well-intentioned but often detached observations on the subject of aging. InAging in Places, she tells us herself what it’s like, reflecting on the changes she has experienced and those still ahead. You will find her an honest and thoughtful scout, reporting from the next great frontier.”
Paula Span, veteran journalist and author of When the Time Comes: Families with Aging Parents Share Their Struggles and Solutions