Wink tells the story of Ross, diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer, all whilst still being at school and a teenager.
I immediately fell in love with Ross, with his sarcasm, love for his friends, cowboy hat and Batpig.
There are not many people who have not been touched by cancer at some point in their life, and there is not many people who would not be touched by the story telling in Wink.
Aimed at the Young Adult group, I was surprised Wink held me from the first page, but delighted by a story that is truly universal.
The story is accompanied by comic drawings and comic strips for Batpig, which adds a different depth to the story being told.
Wink should be added to the National Curriculum today.