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Excellent book. very well written, in line with what you would expect from this legend.
Hitchens faces the inevitable of us all with grace and courage and with light humor and even one very funny episode from a book tour.
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.
A thoughtful little book with a sad ending. I get the feeling of knowing a writer personally when they express themselves with the honesty Christopher does. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
The brilliance and insight Mr. Hitchens delivered in life is not diminished in the least in these insights, as he confronts mortality in the face of terminal cancer. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Liberal Patriot
It's Hithchens..like him or not, that's what you get. great turns on the phrase as you would expect.Published 1 month ago by Dr Dave
Love his You tube video clips. Love mother Theresa book too. Gone too soon.Published 1 month ago by JAL Torr
Interesting at two levels. How does an atheist approach death? One of the fundamental reasons why religion was invented. The struggle with cancer is poignant.Published 2 months ago by Narasimhan Raghavan
Sad, insightful, funny, poignant. This collection demonstrates what Richard Dawkins wrote in his obituary for the Hitch ("Illness made Hitchens a symbol of the honesty and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
A wonderful and poignant commentary as only the master could provide. Now sadly missed.Published 2 months ago by Ken Anderson
A good perspective from the dying patient consistent with Hitchens' world-view. Good insights for those comforting and seriously ill person - what to not say and do mostly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jennifer stephan