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For Bill and Pete, friends since school, sixty is a defining moment, forcing a reappraisal of life as urgent as it is unexpected. But if there is no turning back, can they move on, taking wives, girlfriends, children and each other, along for the ride? Or, transformed in body and mind, must they return to Go, dreaming, however late in the day, that life can start over again? Poignantly exploring the difficulties of ageing and friendship, Estorick’s novel is a compelling portrait of middle-class life.