How to Get the Death You Want: A Practical and Moral Guide
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About the Author
An Episcopal priest and thanatologist, John Abraham has spent most of his adult life as a pioneer in the fields of grief therapy, hospice, death education, and, more controversially, the right-to-die movement.
This book is a product of those years of experience. Rabbi Earl A. Grollman, perhaps America's best-known authority of death education and grief therapy, comments that "Whatever your opinions on the right-to-die movement, this is a book you must have in your library."
Abraham is also well-known for his sometimes unconventional sense of humor; perhaps personified by the his cover photo, standing next to his coffin, which serves as a bookcase pending its future use. His wit makes it easier for people to become educated on a serious subject, to be better prepared for their own eventual deaths and to advocate for their loved ones at the end of life.