In Those Days I Could Still Eat Lobster – the book
In July 2013, John Wrathall went swimming with his 3 sons. He was a screenwriter on a day off. The sons went in the river – and John had a stroke.
Three months’ rehab taught him to talk and walk again (sort of). But it was only when he went back home that he realised life would be very different. To add insult to (brain) injury, he found he couldn’t write.
But now 6 years later, he can. Differently…
This is a reminiscence of his life, his loves, his career, his passion for music and film, his depression – and his stroke.