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Very nice read. Short, simple, to the point, though sad. Not quite the "morality" story I expected, but defiantly a good and worth while one to read.Published 3 days ago by Donald Zarate
As with all of Hitchens' work this is a very compelling honest book. If you are a Hitch fan, this is a must read.Published 9 days ago by Elden Miller
Hitichins is a Master, in this book he writes with sensitivity and humbled truth but never as a victim. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Susan Lucas
Christopher clearly describes what it is like to submit to the demands of a terminal cancer. Sometimes bordering on the depressing actions, often working on the coping personal... Read morePublished 18 days ago by L. R. Barker
This book made me laugh hysterically about being ill, as I'm sure Christopher Hitchens intended. By the end I was in tears, from laughing, to the final chapter that was just made... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Barbara Gordon
Hitchens was one of the greatest minds of our age and his works continue to inspire. Morality is relentless display of his unwavering favor of intellect over faith. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Adam W.