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Paul Kalanithi talks how his life changed from one-moment training to become a neurosurgeon to the next, discovering that he suffered from end-stage lung cancer. This introspective memoir battles with some of the most lingering questions of our existence – What is it that makes life worth living when you are facing death?
How does one cope with seeing themselves die piece by piece knowing what is about to happen?
What makes this book stand out?
Kalanithi raises questions you may be too scared to ask yourself.
Read it for
An unforgettable memoir that touches your soul.
Don't read it for
A roller-coaster of emotions in the face of death.