End Of The Line: A Parkinson's Progress
Stories of: journeys to the end of line Tube stations, progress of my Parkinson's, London in 1960's, life, death, sex, drugs and rock 'n roll.
“Nick writes with warmth and humour chronicling his journey around London's Underground to the stops at the end of the line.”
Suzanne Noble, Sex Advice for Seniors
“Nick Comer-Calder delivers what he promises. His reflections on his life in 1960's London, living with Parkinson's, and confronting the End of the Line are written with a sly wit. Though he claims to be too anti-social to be a socialist, he leaves society and us wanting more. ”
Tommy Stringer, The Morning Julep