If assisted suicide were made legal wouldnt there be physicians and mental wealth professionals who would share georges dim view of his life shavelson wants to turn the reader into an advocate for assisted suicide yet for me a chosen death had the opposite effect it confirmed my opposition to assisted suicide. A compassionate brilliant book regardless of ones opinion on assisted suicide as a literary documentary a chosen death is almost perfect shavelson writes with a combination of intelligence simplicity and emotion that on a visceral level gently forces these five very different people straight into our lives. A chosen death the dying confront assisted suicide shavelson lonny on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a chosen death the dying confront assisted suicide. A chosen death delves into aspects of assisted dying that i had not taken the time to think about it seems almost a no brainer to say that i would prefer to pick my time to die especially if i am dying a painful death yet many people who have access to medical aid in dying dont use it. A chosen death the dying confront assisted suicide user review kirkus extraordinary portraits of five dying people who contemplate ending their own lives sensitively and movingly written by a physician who has thought long and hard about the issue of assisted suicide
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