Sir Terry Pratchett gave the 34th Richard Dimbleby Lecture on BBC1 from the Royal College of Physicians in London in 2010 to a torrent of emotion. And now on 30th July, Shaking Hands With Death, Terry’s most important essay on Alzheimer’s and our right to a dignified death, will become available as a standalone book. It features a new introduction by Rob Wilkins, Terry’s assistant and close friend, who speaks for the first time since Terry‘s death in March of this year.
Shaking Hands with Death published
Thursday, 30th July , 2015