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    Death worth dying for

    A difficult but important read. To the point, compassionate and clear. A must read for fans of Pratchett or humans in general.
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    So important

    Terry Pratchett was such an amazing writer, with a much deeper sense of social commentary than many casual readers would realize. Here he tackled a very personal subject that is at the same time universal - as well as a good life,should we not also value a good death? His anger is palpable,but so is his humour, and his humanity. We may have lost him far too soon, but his words live on - and his name and words are still spoken. GNU STP.
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    Farewell and Thanks

    I love his books and supported his stance on asssisted dying. His passing left a void in the world.
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    Shaking hands with Death

    Moving, poignant, and never over-emotional. This is a balanced, well thought out piece of work. Think seriously about how you want your own life to end. We are more likely to die of progressive disease than our parents generation. Most of us hope to stay in our homes but so few manage to. I don't want to die in a state of half life, nor suffer as food and water are withrawn and the effects masked by morhine. There must be a more humane route for the end of life we can choose. People should be able yo die at peace, with dignity in the way they believe best for them. I am glad Terry Pratchett managed it. But I fear he may be one of the exceptions. Hopefully the dying may have more rights. If we don' t want to linger in undignified twilight at the end of our life, hopefully we and our families can be spared that agony.
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