Baby Boomer Bust? Draws Rave Reviews -- An Indispensable Resource for Boomers

Top Quote "Baby Boomer Bust takes a hard look at the changing financial conditions for Boomers and what needs to be done for America's largest generation to return to financial health." - Bryan Carey, Top 500 Reviewer, End Quote
    Quote'Baby Boomer Bust?' provides a cathartic reinforcement and a strident wake-up call to the wealthiest generation in history, now struggling to survive.Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 24, 2010 - From Florida to Texas to upstate New York to the great Midwest, readers are raving about Roger Chiocchi's new book "Baby Boomer Bust? How the generation of promise became the generation of panic"

    Dr. Ronald Manheimer, Former Exec Director for the North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement, says:

    "Chiocchi provides a lucid and vivid account of the combined flawed social policies and ingrained corporate attitudes that have brought the US economy to its knees. His portraits of representative Americans dazed, staggering and angry at how the American dream has failed them offers us a set of compelling lessons concerning excessive optimism about the infallibility of the American economy and widespread indifference towards the vast inequalities between the very wealthy and everyone else."

    Author Roger Chiocchi has been a guest on number broadcast outlets, at Boomer Conferences, and libraries. He's been on the air with Mike Siegel on his national talk radio show, Cliff Kelley on Chicago's WVON all talk Station, Don Weeks on WGY in Albany, Beth Adams & Chet Walker on WHAM in Rochester, NY as well as many other national and local talk shows. The book even received a mention in the April 22 edition of the New York Times.

    "I think Boomers relate to the book because it accurately reflects the reality of what they're going through. They actually see themselves in some of the Boomers profiled throughout the book," Chiocchi said.

    Indeed, according to psychotherapist and educator, Michael J. Formica, author of the Englightened Living blog at Psychology

    "Mr. Chiocchi's examination brings into sharp relief some of the more salient, and subtle, social-consequences of one of the greatest economic disasters in the history of Western civilization."

    "MotherBethLode," a top 100 reviewer on, has this to say about "Baby Boomer Bust?":

    "This is one of those books which should have been written five years ago....The book is excellent."

    According to Paul Tognetti, a top 500 reviewer:

    "They (Boomers) are going to have to work much longer than they anticipated and scale back their retirement plans dramatically....Chiocchi believes that the return of the multi-generational household is also inevitable and in many ways this may not be such a bad thing. Perhaps many Boomers will experience an epiphany and finally realize that they don't really need all that "stuff" after all. "Baby Boomer Bust?: How the Generation of Promise Became The Generation of Panic" considers these issues in a very thoughtful and engaging way. Highly recommended! "

    In author Chiocchi's estimation, "Baby Boomer Bust?" provides a cathartic reinforcement as well as a strident wake-up call to the wealthiest generation in the history of the world as they struggle with the consequences of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

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