Book Review | When Breath Becomes Air, by Paul Kalanithi

I’m always looking for book recommendations and this one had been passed my way already by a reader I respect. This review was the final push I needed to officially add the title to my list. It gives a great summary, a taste of the book’s style, and the reviewer’s own personal takeaway.

A great review!

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Short review: When Breath Becomes Air is as deep a look into death as one can have without actually experiencing it first hand. Introspective and philosophical, Kalanithi illustrates how being acutely aware of one’s mortality can simultaneously push them to have the most meaningful life possible.

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2 thoughts on “Book Review | When Breath Becomes Air, by Paul Kalanithi

  1. Just getting ready to read this. Finished, “All the Light We Cannot See” a month ago. Praying for you and your sweet family. Take care of your mom. She is one of the most precious people God ever created. Love you, Aunt Lorraine

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