I've haven't been on TP for very long but I have been blessed by the advice, encouragement, and even love I have felt from the entire forum. I saw the previews of the movie The Leisure Seeker and, of course, one reviewer said, "The book is better." So I got the book online while traveling for work and although I have not completed it, I have thoroughly enjoyed it. I literally laughed out loud on the plane embarrassing myself because I was sitting with strangers. It's about a cross-country trip (and I'm not even that familiar with the part of the USA they are traveling) by an elderly married couple. He has dementia, she has cancer. How can that be funny? It's hysterical. Felt so good to laugh. Of course, I don't know how it ends. Anybody want to make this a book club? Read the book. Make comments. John, the main character is more advanced in dementia than my husband. I admire his wife, Ella, for her endurance and strength as she handles her illness (John isn't even aware she's sick) and handles John's illness. Believe me, she does not do the recommendations found on TP. Why not? She's human!!! Read it and let me know what you think!