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the author gives us a memoir on morality that touches on faith and science and family. The author looks into various arguments for and against and with God. It is written in an autobiographical format and is more of a meditation on morality and the fear of death. The author poses about the most basic fact of life: its inevitable extinction.

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The memoir is deadly serious, masterfully playful and surprisingly hilarious. It is a riveting display of how the supremely gifted writer goes about his business and a highly personal tour of the human condition and what will be the final diagnosis.

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It is a lyrical memoir on a delicate subject : death

Don't read it for

The ending is a little bit weak

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