The Art of Dying is the second historical mystery collaboration between established thriller writer Christopher Brookmyre and his anaesthetist wife Marisa Haetzman, and follows last years’ The Way of All Flesh, which was brilliant, and this one is just as good.
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The Art Of Dying is a more complex book than its predecessor, the strands are woven together in a more assured way, and the sentences flow more easily.
Jan 01, 2005 · Jan 16, 2016 Petra rated it liked it · review of another edition Shelves: uk-kindle, uk, series, mystery This is the second book in a trilogy featuring Rosa Thorn. It would work as a standalone, but I would suggest starting off with Thorn to get a better picture of the main character, and also because the first book was actually better than this.
Jan 07, 2020 · THE ART OF DYING by Ambrose Parry ‧ RELEASE DATE: Jan. 7, 2020 When Will Raven returns to Edinburgh in 1849 as a medical doctor, he finds that sometimes there is no cure for damages inflicted in the past. Raven is cautiously optimistic, and why wouldn’t he be?
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Dec 23, 2019 · In 1966, after a few months of writing mostly one-sentence reviews for The Art News, I was hired as the art critic of the Village Voice, for the first of three stints with the often marvellous ...
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Mar 20, 2019 · Butler’s “The Art of Dying Well” covers much I haven’t touched on, including aging in place, Medicare, assisted suicide and last rites. Her thoughtful book belongs on the same shelf as Atul...
Sep 27, 2019 · Review by Jack Carney. A book about dying (even dying well) is not your typical weekend read (except perhaps for an estate planning attorney). Yet, I am certainly glad that I decided to read this book. The author uses real life stories to discuss the issues of aging and dying in America today.
The Art of Dying Well is about living as well as possible for as long as possible and adapting successfully to change.
Free of platitudes, Butler’s voice makes the most intimidating of processes—that of dying—come across as approachable. Her reasonable, down-to-earth tone makes for an effective preparatory guide to...
The Art of Dying Well is a new and much-needed companion for those of us on the far side of our midyears. It is practical - a map, a handbook, an ally - as we explore paths to resilience, decline, adaptation, acceptance, preparation and peaceful passing in an increasingly impersonal and over-medicalized healthcare system.
- Katy Butler