Never stop reading. (Content originally posted at Blogger.)
Surprisingly, I'm the first person to check out my library's copy of Caitlin Doughty's Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory.
When Doughty was eight years old, she witnessed the accidental death of a girl at a mall. The incident led to Doughty developing a series of rituals to ward off her own death and the deaths of her parents and loved ones. While Doughty eventually grew out of her death-related OCD, she never lost her interest in all things Death...
Read the rest of my review at Summer Reading Project.