I have lived at Lewisville Estates for ten months. It was a major decision for me, coming from my own home of many years, to a smaller space and community setting. I have not once regretted the move. The staff is very accommodating; the residents are friendly and welcoming. When wanted or needed, activities are available. This is now Home!
Five Perfect Books for your Holiday at Home Back
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa! Whatever you celebrate, Lewisville Estates wishes you a very happy holiday season here in Lewisville, Texas! This year has been one for the history books. Speaking of books, here is a list of top books in various categories enjoyed by senior citizens this past year!
- In Five Years by Rebecca Serle
This unforgettable love story is built on a foundation of love, friendship, fate and destiny. It is a striking, powerful, and moving story about a lawyer who has a vision that could change her life forever. In Five Years is a perfect read for those who enjoy a twist on traditional romance novels.
- The Fire and The Darkness: The Bombing of Dresden 1945 by Sinclair McKay
For those who enjoy an action-packed thriller, this book is an individual-account-led, compelling and haunting recount of one of the most devastating bombings of World War II. The Fire and The Darkness: The Bombing of Dresden 1945 is sure to leave you with chills.
- Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson
This tale of psychological suspense is centered around a bookseller who has found himself in an FBI investigation because a clever killer references his guide to infallible murders. Eight Perfect Murders is a great choice for crime thriller enthusiasts.
- Milkman by Anna Burns
This dense novel follows a young girl in the midst of Irish Troubles. This more serious read revolves around various men vying for a recently of age girl’s attention. Milkman is a perfect read for those who enjoy historic fiction told with sly, wicked humor.
- Wow, No Thank You by Samantha Irby
This collection of essays brings an honest, humorous, and relatable perspective to life. Irby does this by focusing on the feelings and emotions she describes. Wow, No Thank You is a great composition for those seeking a charismatic read.
Head over to the library at Lewisville Estates and dive into one of these notable books for your holiday at home!