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    A Necessary Read

    This is a book everybody should read. Prepare for your own decrepitude and death but also that of those you love - Atul Gawande shows that it is possible to take control of death and suffering though palliative care and home hospice.
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    Being mortal

    This covers the latter stages of life and questions western philosophy and medical thinking about how we manage that part of life
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    Great read

    This book is well written and thought provoking, covering important but much avoided topics such as the quality of ones ageing and death.
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    Excellent a must read

    Absolutely brilliant read. So powerful and interesting
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    Moving and so honest.

    I found this book took a lot to absorb and comprehend but coming to grips with death and dying will always be difficult. This book had me taking breaks, reflecting, becoming very teary and ultimately feeling better about end of life and aging. Brilliant!
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