Product Description âBrilliantly funny, emotional and upliftingâ Miranda Dickinson Heartwarming, hilarious and fun â the perfect read for anyone who loved Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, A Man Called Ove, Ruth Jones and JoJo Moyes. Evie Gallagher is regretting her hasty move into a care home. She may be seventy-five and recently widowed, but sheâs absolutely not dead yet. And so, one morning, Evie walks out of Sheldon Lodge and sets off on a Great Adventure across Europe. But not everyone thinks Great Adventures are appropriate for women of Evieâs age, least of all her son Brendan and his wife Maura, who follow a trail of puzzling text messages to bring her home. When they finally catch up with her, there are shocks in store . . . because while Brendan may have given up on life and love, Evie certainly has not. 'Lovely . . . a book that assures that life is far from over at seventy' Cathy Hopkins, bestselling author of The Kicking the Bucket List âBrimming with warmth, humour and a love of life . . . a wonderful escapadeâ Fiona Gibson, bestselling author of The Woman Who Upped and Left âI absolutely loved everything about this bookâ¦ 5* out of 5*â The Ginger Book Geek âBy its end Iâd laughed, cringed, felt really concerned, giggled, cried (rather a lot) and emerged into the rosier future with a heart broken, mended, and singing with joyâ Being Anne â5 stars! I Loved Evie . . . She has a Passion and Zest for lifeâ¦ I want to go travelling with her! . . . If you read one book that is a little different this month let it be A Grand Old Time! You won't regret It!â Dash Fan Review âBrilliantly funny, emotional and upliftingâ Miranda Dickinson 'Lovely . . . a book that assures that life is far from over at seventy' Cathy Hopkins, bestselling author of The Kicking the Bucket List âBrimming with warmth, humour and a love of lifeâ¦ a wonderful escapadeâ Fiona Gibson, bestselling author of The Mum Who Got Her Life Back Book Description The laugh-out-loud and feel-good romantic comedy with a difference About the Author Judy Leigh completed an MA in Professional Writing at Falmouth University in 2015, leaving her career of 20 years as an Advanced Skills teacher of Theatre Studies. She has had several stories published in magazines, including The Feminist Wire, The Purple Breakfast Review and You is for University. She has also trained as a Reiki healer, written a vegan recipe blog and set up a series of Shakespeare Festivals to enable young people to perform the Bard's work on stage.