At the End of Life

"Impressive, meaningful, and often courageous"

Publishers Weekly

"Impressive, meaningful, and often courageous"

In 22 essays, family members who have survived the death of children and parents, as well as a variety of health professionals, talk frankly about their experiences with the dying and the process of death, raising important questions about how much should be done to prolong life, what to tell the dying, and how to handle our grief. [...] Creative Nonfiction magazine editor Gutkind gathers an impressive, meaningful, and often courageous chorus of voices tackling a once-taboo subject with dignity, giving strength and consolation particularly to those enduring the deaths of loved ones.

This review was originally featured in Publishers Weekly.