GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE MONTH
'This compelling page-turner is so disturbingly real, I can't stop thinking about it' Daily Mail
'A powerful and tender book, with even more emotional punch than Crosskey's debut' WI Life Magazine
Henry Morris is watching his wife slip away from him. In an ageist society, where euthanasia is encouraged as a patriotic act, dementia is no longer tolerated.
Kaitlyn, a young waitress, is desperate for the funds to keep her brothers life support machine switched on.
When a chance encounter brings the two together, they embark on an unconventional business arrangement that will force them to confront their prejudices, as well as their deepest, darkest secrets.