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Excellent book. very well written, in line with what you would expect from this legend.
Made one think about this ending to life which will come to us all and the more prepared/accepting we are, the better we go.
This book is composed of seven essays by Hitchens which first appeared in the popular magazine "Vanity Fair."
Hitch pulls no punches, offering the reader a glimpse of the mental and physical battles he faced during the final year of his life. Read morePublished 1 day ago by mikephd80
Great read. Hard to stomach at times. Well written and an honest insight into the final days of a great man.Published 10 days ago by CAMERON PEARSON
First book of Hitchens that I have read (I have read articles but not any of his books). Obviously he is a very talented writer. Read morePublished 12 days ago by crys1124
His insistence on sharing his last thoughts with the public is admirable.Published 14 days ago by Happycustomer
A very irreverent, disturbing book. I had just experienced the death of a close friend and this book gave me no hope or peace of mind. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Norma Jean
Hitchens' voice, clear through it all. Always worthwhile, never easy. Now to catch up on some of his other books.Published 1 month ago by barbara
If only gotten through the first few pages and this is my first Hitchen's book, but I'm already hooked. Such and amzing writer.Published 1 month ago by Corey D. Stall
This was my first time to read any of Hitchens' books. Short and succinct, honest as it is witty, it was very enjoyable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by johnb.