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I found this book very interesting.
I saw a lot of connections in my own life and I feel like I got a taste of what I need to be doing now instead of then, when then will most definitely be here.
This is a sparkling, precious gem of a book, beautifully and simply written from a tender, loving human heart.
Very good read. Lots of food for thought for those of us who want to make the best of our remaining years.Published 6 days ago by Observer2013
Very, very good read. Though this could have been a didactic recitation of the results of a psychological study, The Top Five Regrets is an easy read, made enjoyable by the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Data Grrl
Thought provoking. Well written. Fortunately, only one regret of mine appeared and have time to make the needed changes.Published 26 days ago by William Wright
I lost interest about halfway through this book. It's more about her experiences as a hospice nurse and her life before then than it is about the dying. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Overachiever
l didn't realise this book was so much information about Bronnie Ware's life. That made it a tiny bit less enjoyable for me as it wasn't what I expected. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tracey Pedersen
So so touching. So revealing. So sad. So cleansing. The experiences of the author were so helpful to realising priorities that we make must include how to care for ourselves. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Buzzy
This was not what I was expecting - It was her autobiography, not anything about end of life... I didn't make it to the end because the beginning had almost nothing to do with the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer