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When a careless carefree moment results in the death of a child or young adult the emphasis is usually placed upon the grieving parents, relatives, and friends. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Garth R. Mailman
Amazing, heartfelt writing that is poignant yet concise. This is an exceptional example of what a memoire should read and feel like.Published 1 month ago by Richard Raubolt
needed this for a class. its kinda boring and honestly the dude needs to stop feeling bad for himselfPublished 3 months ago by Nicole
I was so engrossed in this story, how the author was going to forgive himself. A good read for survivors.Published 4 months ago by flo nightinggale
Some reads are far beyond what one expects. This was one for me. I found it eye-opening and wrenching. Read morePublished 5 months ago by RE Krause
I can't remember reading a book that moved me so profoundly. I've so often feared runing into the bike riders as I'm driving my car, especially as around D.C. Read more
I wasn't thrilled with Half A Life but I don't regret reading it though. It just wasn't a good read.Published 6 months ago by Ms. Ayesha Karim
A very well written, thought provoking book. You are always aware of his probing nature, aware of how much he weighed the implications of each sentence as he explores his... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Melissa M. Shook