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Excellent book. Thoughtful, plethora of research on death and dying, and yet presented in a lively, even sometimes humorous manner. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Miriam White
It is a great ironic work about death. Maybe all of has think about death with fear, some believers count on God at that moment. Read morePublished 2 months ago by amateco
Humor hovers every place. Barnes is one of the greatest for subliminal humor, one just has to catch his words.Published 5 months ago by LastCoonassStanding
What a sense of British humor! I had a good time, but I expected something more serious...my mistake. IRMA DICKINSONPublished 8 months ago by irma dickinson
Barnes is a terrific writer whose work I have enjoyed. This book, however, probably owing as much to the subject matter---death---as to it's autobiographical format, did not grab... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Peerstome
For most of us it only becomes necessary or possible to confront our death when faced with life threatening illness . Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brenda Solarsh
Entertaining, informative, thought-provoking. More aesthetically satisfying than most novels.Published 15 months ago by Kurt
Novelist Julian Barnes’s 2008 memoir, Nothing to Be Frightened Of, offers a fascinating look at a variety of topics, including aging, death, and the existence of God. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sam Sattler