Nobody Ever Talks About Anything But the End: A Memoir by Liz Levine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It might sound crazy, but I find books on grief comforting. Liz Levine
is so experienced with it that people know to go to her for obituaries,
memorial speeches, and more (joke, maybe.) But the two dearest losses in
her life are her childhood best friend (to cancer) and her sister (to
mental illness leading to suicide.) She takes an alphabetical journey
through concepts surrounding grief and death that allow her to approach
them in a gentle way.
For more grief book recommendations, check out the 63rd episode of the Reading Envy Podcast. I also have a "grief-and-death" shelf in Goodreads because when you know, you know!
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