A review by eileen_critchley
And Finally: Matters of Life and Death by Henry Marsh

emotional informative inspiring reflective sad medium-paced


A British physician's musings on life, death, career, and family. I enjoyed the tone of this book and some of his thoughts, however the style was a bit disjointed, not quite stream-of-conscious but jumped around. That's the nature of this type of memoir;  there was a lot of I'm not ready to die, I've lived a good life, I'll never be ready to die, but it's my time to die. Which I suppose sums it up for those of us who are lucky enough to make it to old age having lived a good life. Definitely some thought-provoking ideas here, and I might have highlighted some of them, but overall a good one to take in on audio.

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