Anthony Horowitz: why I'm writing about girls - Times Online

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Anthony Horowitz feature

"You're here for a blink of time and that's it," he says. "In your fifties, you're suddenly aware that the world is being taken from you. It's good and right, and you hope that young people will do better with it. But I now have reading glasses. The eyesight's going and that pisses me off. Then I forget where I have put them - that's the memory going, too, and that's upsetting. I think about poor Terry Pratchett with Alzheimer's, and that's worrying. This stage of life is not the most enjoyable. I did prefer being 18."

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