I just read Charlotte Roche's much-read and more-discussed novel Wetlands as a bit of light summer fun, and it came through on that account: it is a lively page-turner that will repeatedly gross you out (as every review has promised), but keep you coming back for more.
I place a lot of importance on the care of the elderly within a family. I'm also a child of divorce, and like all children of divorce I want to see my parents back together. When my parents eventually need to be taken care of, all I have to do is stick their new partners in nursing homes and then I'll look after the two of them myself--at home. I'll put them together in their matrimonial bed until they die.