Enter a world of sex, time travel and Subbuteo(tm) finger. John thought he knew what life was all about - until he died.
John liked his safe life. He had a safe Job working for local government. He lived with his mum. He played five-a-side football on Fridays with his mates and, if he was feeling a little frivolous, he'd go out for a few beers with them afterwards.
She introduces John to the most exhilarating, passionate and anatomically fascinating one-night-stand of his life.
And so much more.
When John discovers he has a terminal illness he finally develops the courage to truly live. But is it all too late? Well, yes, of course it is, that was a rhetorical question.
When John finally dies, that's when his life becomes really complicated.
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