At the age of thirty-two, Harry Caley's son, Jean, was found mysteriously dead. Now, years later, Harry reflects on his son's life, loves and personal quest for the Holy Grail in an attempt to understand the tragedy, taking a journey during which he will learn more about Jean, and himself. But will he be able to handle what he discovers? Profound and emotional, this is a rewarding tale of a grieving father and the life and death of a mercurial young man obsessed with the concept of destiny. Francis Michaels comes from Essex but has lived most of his life in mainland Europe. From banking, military, school and university careers he has moved into language, communications, intercultural and finally personal coaching activities and shares the running of his own company in the Hamburg area. Writing in English and German on all aspects of interpersonal and intrapersonal communication both in prose and poetry is a major drive in his search: the music of the spheres - the harmony behind the cacophony.