" endearing story of a Cystic fibrosis sufferer battling this awful illness and how he fights every day just to feel in his own way, normal ..."

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is one of the UK’s most common life-threatening diseases, affecting over 10,000 people. There’s currently no cure.

Not all that long ago, a CF diagnosis meant an early death. Tim Wotton is one such sufferer, who was told from an early age that he would not live beyond his 17th birthday. One of the oldest survivors of this crippling disease, ‘How Have I Cheated Death?’ is a diary of his 39th year, a countdown to the illusive 40.

A story of triumph over adversity, this compelling chronicle, the first book written by a CF sufferer at 40, offers hope and inspiration, demonstrating what cannot be cured needs to be endured. Written with great honesty and humour with an enlightening Foreword by the actress Jenny Agutter, this profound account is a testament to the daily dedication required to deal with CF and recently diagnosed diabetes while managing a normal family life.