An amusing paperback from a very popular author about a grandfather who becomes ever more youthful.
Lizzie is upset. Her grandfather is very ill and she realises that he will soon die. She begs her friend Mrs May to give her something to make him better. Mrs May gives her a potion with the warning that Grandfather must not drink too much. The effect is startling. Grandfather becomes much younger and more vigorous with each sip. Of course, he pays no heed to Mrs May's warning until the process of getting younger becomes a little too extreme! He and Lizzie are faced with the dilemma: is this really how life should end?Author Profile
Toby Forward has worked as a teacher, a parish priest and a university chaplain. He is currently in Liverpool and has been working on the 2008 European Capital of Culture Year. He is married with two daughters. He is interested in theatre, folk music and architecture.Reviews
A lively and cheerful book for the seven-tens, with some real substance.,Deals with the concept of death in a gentle, sensitive way.,This brief book tells us something important without ever being preachy.,Beautifully handled