When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi PDF Download

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi PDF Download

By: Paul Kalanithi
Relase Date: 2016-01-12
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs, Nonfiction

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“This is the type of book you don’t want to end, although you know it will and it has to. Absolutely beautifully written. Yet I find myself wishing I never got the opportunity to read it, because that would mean this gracious, intelligent man would have been able to continue living. Truly bittersweet.“

“This book is a must read. Provides insight and evokes emotion about life, death and illness. It brought me great joy to read as a cancer survivor, wife, mother and human. Thank you for writing and publishing this book. What a wonderful legacy to share with the world!“

“This is a must read. touchy and heart felt. I dropped a few tears...“

“Even through currents of tears. Such a beautiful and well written book that brings deep thoughts on the meaning of life, as well as tremendous appreciation for every breath. So much love and respect to Lucy and Paul’s family for sharing this beautiful story.“

“I know this line is used a lot for literary reviews, but I could not put this book down. Myself, being a light reader, read this in 2 days and was only disheartened that it was over. Such a wonderful story for the medical profession!“

“This is the first book that I have ever read and immediately read again. I needed to bathe in his words, again. Poignant, heartbreaking, brave, excellent in every way.“

“An autobiography of a neurosurgeon at Stanford and a fighter of stage IV lung cancer teaches us how to see the life beyond the two ends, beyond the science, helps to understand what makes human life meaningful, what defines our identity and most importantly understand death and face the mortality!“

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