The description of London, England and world of the 60s and 70s (and beyond) will be personally familar to many, with its political and social challenges and changes. The personal story is candid, moving, funny and fascinating, revealing principles, commitment, values and actions that were little short of heroic.
Linda and Haydn "lived the dream" and the nightmares that went with it, not in a self-indulgent way but in a risky, generous and altruistic fashion.
The story is told with wit and heart. We found ourselves laughing out loud sometimes and gasping in horror and revulsion at other times, reminded of man's charity, resilience, humour and inhumanity.
by Russ Law