In British novelist Edward Docx’s Let Go My Hand, the Lasker family is in crisis, with one last chance to put things right. Rick Gekoski’s Darke centres on a doctor who eats little but drinks and smokes a lot. He is writing a ‘coming of old age’ journal about loves lost and found – and he can’t be distracted. Meet two writers who will make you laugh until you cry.
Part of the Reading the Final Chapter series of events.