At age 11, Edward Saunders had big plans for the future – he would write, illustrate, and publish a book.
But at 18, just hours after attending a Pink Floyd concert at Wembley Stadium in London, “the happy, clever, handsome and fun-loving boy” died of a rare strain of meningitis.
“I read it and laughed and it was such a great read I thought: ‘Maybe we could get it published?’” Tracey said.
“We’ve always been determined to make Edward’s dream come true, and so [we] have published this book in his memory. We hope you enjoy his humorous tale,” Tracey told Meningitis Now.
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