This collections of essays is a must for anyone interested in Hitchens. His humanity is on full display as he shares his thoughts, wishes, and fears during his last days.
I was intrigued by what Hitch might have to say on Mortality specifically, but this was more of a collection of essays on his struggles with treatment rather than a cohesive thesis on mortality itself.
Who is John Galt?
I suppose I would listen to a different Hitchens book, but this was my first. I don't know anything about him, and I don't think this was the place to start
I'm going back to Thomas Sowell books
Simon is good, I like the way he narrated the book.
I would have prefered to know of his political beliefs, stories of his life, not death, and I don't care that he was an athiest. When I say I don't care that he was an athiest, I mean I literally don't care or want to hear about it.
I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone unless they were a serious Hitchens fan.