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    Thought provoking, moving, uplifting

    A book that I am really glad that I read and will probably return to in future. I am filled with admiration for all the healthcare professionals who work with the dying and the sensitive and thoughtful way they care for their patients and their families. It will help me in the future as those near to me die and hopefully give me more courage to face my own end (hopefully not anytime soon).
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    Uplifting, highly practical.

    I come to this book as a terminal cancer person, finding a book about death that leaves me feeling very positive. Highly readable, a collection of life (life end) stories, grouped around themes, ranging from patterns of what actually happens at death, to deeper questions of Life, & how a terminal condition changes us, often for the better. I'm a Christian minister, but here is book for people of any faith or none, remaining sympathetic and true to all approaches. What shines through is Kathryn Mannix love of her work, integrety
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