The Best New Books of Spring
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Is the Nickel and Dimed
author's latest a
curmudgeonly critique of a "wellness" culture that suggests we can
fend off mortality, or a humane plea for being okay with our inevitable demise?
More like a bracing combination of both, reassuring us that "death is not
a terrifying leap into the abyss," but "an embrace of ongoing life."
— Leigh Haber