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User Review  - mirrani - LibraryThing

I don't mean to offend, but I can't understand the people who smother this book with overwhelming praise. Was it interesting? Yes, in a sense that looking at a man's life through the eyes of impending ... Read full review

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User Review  - MaureenCean - LibraryThing

This was only a little bit more than a three hour read, which was a treat! I'm not the sort of person that best appreciates this sort of book. Maybe because I'm a weeper. Maybe because I can't imagine ... Read full review

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User Review  - richjj - LibraryThing

Very easy to read. Fast paced and enjoyable. For me, this book is about three things: 1. How to live your life: Pausch lived passionately and had a lot of wisdom to share. He was a natural teacher and ... Read full review

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User Review  - BookConcierge - LibraryThing

3.5*** Randy Pausch was a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University when he was asked to prepare a presentation for the popular “last lecture” series. The idea is that the professor ... Read full review

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User Review  - openarms96 -

I bought this book as a Christmas Present my friend has not commented on its content yet however it was a good price. I shopped a few bookstores before deciding to purchase from Overstock. I ordered it and received it within a few days. It was received in great condition. Read full review

Excellent book but poor book binding by vendor

User Review  - anon12 -

Got this highly acclaimed title in time. However paper and binding quality is not so good with edges of paper are rough. It does not look like an original copy from the official publisher. Not ... 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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