It is grandpa Crow’s final day. His granddaughter Sari knows he will no longer be here. She just turned 32 and is happily married. She only wants time with her grandfather. Crow speaks to her telling her to remember him and keep him in her heart and mind always.
It is so hard for Sari that she tears all over the floor. Crows softens her gently. She talks to him. He tells her that she loves her, and she tell him the same. Grandpa Crow has spent his last breath, and his heartbeat goes into a completely straight line.
She drops her head to the bed and starts crying constantly. But, something strange is happening. Crow’s body turns into pages, book cover, words, signed book, and etc. She held up her head and no longer saw his body. It was gone.
Sari notices an autobiography book. The title said Crow Lenders: An Autobiography by Crow Lenders. A long book of her grandfather’s entire life. She became happy. Inside there was his signed autograph. Sari feels strange but glad she has his book to remember him of his life.
She goes out to her family and tells them that her grandfather is now an autobiography book written by him. A week later, she starts reading the book. She gives it hugs and kisses.