Photo-biography : Molly's short but sweet story

21st May 2004 at 01:00
The Time of Her Life
By Lesley McIntyre
Jonathan Cape pound;15

The Time of Her Life is a moving photographic record of the life of Molly McIntyre, a bright, charismatic young woman with severe physical disabilities who defeated all the odds. When Molly was born with a muscular abnormality on October 19, 1984, doctors believed her life would be short and she would never leave hospital.

In fact she lived until the age of 14, and thanks to her amazing spirit and the dedication and determination of her mother, the documentary photographer Lesley McIntyre, she packed more into her life than most young people ever have the chance of doing.

Read this review in fullnbsp;in this week's TES Friday magazine

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