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User Review  - NineLarks - LibraryThing

Randy Pausch writes his life, his parting words, his cumulative sum of life's knowledge in this book. It spans from childhood dreams to musings on his children's future, from lessons learned from his ... Read full review

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User Review  - phredfrancis - LibraryThing

Every once in a while I become interested in finding out what some phenomenally popular book is all about. I don't know why this happens, because I am never surprised by what I find, but still I like ... Read full review

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User Review  - poonamsharma - LibraryThing

A breeze to read - some of the things that you have buried deep in your subconcious are brought to fore. Some of them are cliches with lovely messages. "Park is open until 8 pm.' - as an answer to ... Read full review

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User Review  - DawsonOakes - LibraryThing

The book is best read in one sitting, to maintain the flow and lecture-like feel. A lot of common sense wisdom is offered, but against the backdrop of terminal pancreatic cancer, well, Pausch's ... Read full review

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Made you cry a little and laugh a little. Some words to live by, but also a hint of a condescending tone. To die with dignity, grace, and courage is on everyone's list of to do's, but I would imagine a whole host of other emotions would rule the day.
Where was the anger and bitterness? To touch (not to dwell) on this would have made this even more personable and easier to relate. All in all, a good read.

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User Review  - Pferdina - LibraryThing

These little essays are sometimes funny and sometimes touching. They are all quick to read. Read full review

Good Book

User Review  - Alpesh Panchal - Flipkart

Its a good book worth to read. Its a real story about the person going to die due to cancer. Shares his experience about the lived life, accomplishment of childhood dreams, a woman having three children takes the challenge to face the situation... Read full review

First few and the last few chapters hold your nerves !!

User Review  - Abhijit Acharjee - Flipkart

Hmm.. it was good.. First 60-70 pages and the last 20 pages made me feel this one..! But in any case, Salute to Randy for being optimistic throughout his life. He never feared death which made him live more... May God bless his 3 children and his wife Jai... :):) Read full review


User Review  - AbhishekK mishra - Flipkart

Good book.great to learn but does not motivates.Autobiography can be more impressive.Jay ,is more likely to influence the readers instead of the author.It teaches one to be a human.To be a person who should devote the time for the well-being of society. Read full review

A good book

User Review  - saurabh - Flipkart

This book definitely is a change from the mainstream type of books, it is indeed rare when a person suffering from terminal illness decides to write a book about it, This might not be a very grasping ... Read full review

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