Revue de presse
'Ironside continues to mine her seam of silver-haired humour ... This latest rage against the dying of the light will win new fans and delight the old' Daily Mail. (Daily Mail)
'Witty and affectionate, wise but never pious, this is a delightfully irreverent look at growing older' The Spectator. (Spectator)
[Ironside's] style of writing is endearing, her escapades laugh-out-loud funny, her thoughts and feeling often poignant [and] her observations pin sharp (Choice Magazine on (No! I Don't Need Reading Glasses))
Présentation de l'éditeur
Marie may be 'getting on a bit' but it's certainly not getting her down.
Her family around her and a man who loves her means that life is good - but nothing stays the same for long.
Marie's golden years are filled with as much drama - love, laughter and tears - as ever. Which just goes to show that getting on a bit does not mean giving up - or even growing up.