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01/08/2015

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Kathy

Wasn't Roz's book great? I identified with so many things she wrote. It was nice to be able to laugh now about some of the things that were creating stress and anxiety (and perhaps a little insanity) for me last year. I'll have to see if my library has the other book too.

Amy at love made my home

It is good to know that you are not the only one with these thoughts and feelings, I don't suppose this is ever easy for anyone, but I know that it isn't for me! xx

Judy H.

Yep, I can relate to this.

Jackie

I just LOVED Roz Chast's book...it touched on the human experience in such a unique way. How many books that deal with end-of-life issues can actually make you laugh? But, then again there's the other side,the pain of it all (which at times necessitated a reading timeout). I salute Chast for her bravery and honesty in creating this remarkable book. It touched me deeply.

Sharron

Perfect pairing of two important and very good books. Happy New Year! (Almost time for you to come defrost in the desert....) xox

Loretta

I read Roz Chast's book in one gulp after work one evening. I related to every bit of it. Will look up the other one, but maybe not because I'll get very sad.

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