Frank Derrick Is Eighty One And He S Just Been Run Over By A Milk Float It Was Tough Enough To Fill The Hours Of The Day When He Was Active But Now He S Broken His Arm And Fractured His Foot, It Looks Set To Be A Very Long Few Weeks Ahead Frank Lives With His Cat Bill Which Made Sense Before Ben Died In The Typically British Town Of Fullwind On Sea The Villages In Bloom Competition Is The Topic Of Conversation Amongst His Neighbours But Frank Has No Interest In That He Watches DVDs, Spends His Money Frivolously At The Local Charity Shop And Desperately Tries To Avoid The Cold Callers Continuously Knocking On His Door Emailing His Daughter In America On The Library Computer And Visiting His Friend Smelly John Used To Be The Highlights Of His Week Now He Can T Even Do That Then A Breath Of Fresh Air Comes Into His Life In The Form Of Kelly Christmas, Home Help With Her Little Blue Car And Appalling Parking, Her Cheerful Resilience And Ability To Laugh At His Jokes, Kelly Changes Frank S Life She Reminds Him That There Is A Big Wide World Beyond The Four Walls Of His Flat And That Adventures, However Small, Come To People Of All Ages Frank And Kelly S Story Is Sad And Funny, Moving, Familiar, Uplifting It Is A Small And Perfect Look At A Life Neither Remarkable Nor Disastrous, But Completely Extraordinary Nonetheless For Fans Of The Unlikely Pilgrimage Of Harold Fry This Is A Quirky, Life Affirming Story That Has Enormous Appeal And It S Guaranteed To Make You Laugh.
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- 304 pages
- The Extra Ordinary Life of Frank Derrick, Age 81
- J.B. Morrison
- 03 June 2019 J.B. Morrison