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20 June 2013

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Mortality was sad because you can see Hitchens fading away as the book nears its end. Then there's that handful of his notes in the last part.

When he took that shot at the Pausch book, I felt less guilty for not liking it.

The Miles Kington book has been on my radar for some time.

Bybee,
I think you're right about the arc of the book. And actually, I'm so glad they included the notes at the end. It was really fascinating, actually, to see the bits of thought that became the essays.

Ugh, the Pausch book. I was NOT a fan. Hope you like the Kington book better.

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