Some things in life are too serious to joke about. Assisted dying is not one of them.
In 2017 Susie Kennaway asked her son Guy to kill her. 88 years old, with an older and infirm husband, Susie wanted to avoid sliding into infantilised catatonia. Her son immediately started taking notes and Time to Go is the result. In turns a manual for those considering the benefits of assisted dying, a portrait of a mother - son relationship, and a sympathetic description of old age, this audiobook is a route map through the moral, legal, emotional, intellectual and practical maze that is the biggest issue facing the senior generations today: leaving life on their own terms.
“This is a remarkable, timely and important book about assisted dying. It's also humanely clear-eyed, shrewd and surprisingly funny.” WILLIAM BOYD