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Very well done. The stories are real and told with grace and humor. Very relaxed read, causing me to think about the matters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael
All of us will die one day and how we live our lives allows us to appreciate life. Enjoy, live fully in the moment. Great reading for allPublished 6 months ago by Susan
I heard Wendy Lustbader being interviewed on NPR. the book is wonderfully written, very thought provoking, will refer back often.Published 6 months ago by Ram Krishnan
I thought this book would be much better than it was. Needed to be easier to read and more anecdotes.Published 7 months ago by Theresa Whitacre
I am one of those baby boomers, age 55. I am at the tail end of the boom. I bought this book hoping to read what I didn't already know. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kimberly Fujioka
I found it thoroughly depressing. As a woman who recently turned 60, it seemed that a majority of the stories featured women who either died or would be dying shortly near my own... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lawrence D. Haber
I really enjoyed this book, and the way it presents aging in a beneficial way. We all know what happens as time marches on, but I find skimming it periodically helps focus my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Rikki79
read for church book club.
The title turned many people off. The book's contents were very interesting and I could see myself in many of the chapters.
I am honored to have both read the book and met the author and I can bear witness to the fact that she really does, “walk the talk! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Larry L. Saxxon