A Light at the End

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Funny, touching, sad with a Light at the End of the tunnel.
There are thousands of working actors in Australia but only a handful will ever make it as rich and famous International Stars. This story is not about one of the handful. This is the tragicomedy, memoir/love story of a Stage and Television star of the 70’s and 80’s forced to abandon his career to care for his wife. More

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About Bryon Williams

Ex stage and Television actor,director, producer and script writer, now a full time carer for his physically handicapped wife, Marie. Lives in Australia on the beautiful Gold Coast of Queensland. Has written seven novels: The Grumpy Old Withered of Oz, an autobiography, The Twilight Escort Agency, a bawdy comedy set on the Gold Coast, Code Name Millicent:The CIA Agent Who Came Out of the Cold, a whimsical comedy, The Tourist From the Light,a paranormal romance and The Burning Boy, an action crime adventure. This was followed by, The Reluctant Psychic, a paranormal murder mystery, and A Novel Approach, a compilation of The Withered of Oz and The Twilight Escort Agency. Oh well, it keeps me off the streets.


Review by: BB RAMSAY on Oct. 18, 2015 :
A celebration of life... whatever it brings
By Barbara Ramsay on September 25, 2015
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This is much more than a theatrical memoir... though it is that. It is much more than a witty; often laugh out loud, comedy... though it is that too. There is dark humour and acerbic wit about ...well about most of the things we all deal with in life. It touches on everything from Climate change to single ply toilet paper... but just when you're giggling in reluctant agreement, there is suddenly a heart stopping catch in the breath as the love in this book touches us.
'A light at The End' is filled with both discovery and question about reincarnation and other lives and about contact from beyond this life It is funny and witty and poignant ...but most of all... absolutely most of all, this is a love story.
These are not 'star crossed lovers'. Shakespeare never allowed his lovers to be together. These two, Bryon and his so loved wife Marie, are more like star blessed lovers, for in spite of Maries stroke and the following years of 'making life work' when it seemed sometimes so impossible... in spite of the fact that Bryon was the one... the only one who looked after and nurtured his beloved wife... I was left with the feeling that this is a love alive through time... not stopped by death or loss... still there now... still filled with wonder... waiting for the next birth for the beauty to bloom again.
This is a book that reaffirms belief in eternal love. It is filled with belief and hope and humour is equal measure. Reading it lifted my spirits at seeing what is possible... what may, with luck, be the kind of love we all have one day... if not in this birth than in the future.
Read it... you'll love it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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