I rarely make it all the way through a non-fiction book but I devoured this one. Excellent storytelling and pacing. Made me think about my aging parents, and myself—what do we all want as we age? Do we even know? Do we really want to be "safe" and to prolong life, or do we want to be fulfilled, and make the most of the life we have? And also: Why are we afraid to talk about it? I ended up buying copies of this book for my parents and siblings, and now my book club is reading it. As I host that discussion, I also hope to incorporate some of the thinking from http://deathoverdinner.org/about.