This book is very thought provoking.
This book is a brilliant non fiction that explore the veiled reality of death. The author brings history, humor and insight to the table to make the reader question the American Death and our cultures rituals. I HIGHLY rrecommended to anyone with an open mind who wants a taste of how other countries from around the world view and handle death.
If you are interested in death and culture, this is a great book for you. Follow Kaitlyn around the world discovering how different cultures handle death and grief. Unwrap the mysteries of what is ultimately considered a fearful subject in the United States. I recommend this book to anyone that’s lost someone who knows someone that has lost someone or simply interested in the societal study of death and dying. As far as the audiobook I would say I like that the author was the narrator she was able to fully convey what she was attempting to write.