Let Go My Hand by Edward Docx review – this story of a dying father is his best yet
the Guardian -

A terminally ill man’s journey to Dignitas leads his sons to reflect on their own lives, in this intelligent, funny tale

It seems, at first, like an enjoyably innocuous road trip. In a nostalgic echo of previous family holidays, a son is taking his father across the Channel in a battered 80s VW camper van. But quickly, queues for the ferry take on unbearable significance. Is this time wasted or, indeed, time gained? For Louis is driving his terminally ill father to Dignitas.

Let Go My Hand is...


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