A unique and insightful take on life reliant on a stairlift, Ensor makes the reader laugh whilst painting an authentic reality. Illustrated with honesty and humour, both able-bodied and stairlift users alike will be led to laugh along with the author and be granted essential survival ideas for when misbehaving technology gets the better of you!
Emma’s Incarceration: You know you’ve been stuck upstairs too long when…” is a unique and insightful take on life reliant on a stairlift. Inspired by Emma, a friend of the author who was stuck upstairs for 30 days. Have you ever wondered what happens when a stairlift breaks? Or do you know from experience all too well what it is like to dream of visiting your own living room? Either way, this book is essential reading (well, picture-looking-at anyway). A unique and slightly absurd view of life confined to quarters which nevertheless manages to convey an accurate picture of reality. Perfect both for educating those who aren’t in danger of detention-by-technology and for brightening the day for those who are. Unless you have no humour. In which case, STEP AWAY FROM THIS BOOK.
Charity Book – £1 is donated to the Hypermobility Syndrome Association (registered charity number: 1011063) for every sale of this book