February 03, 2016
Books are a convenient medium through which to explore second acts, and the fine selections in this issue are proof of this including The Forgetting Time which shines a light on reincarnation and the special bond between parent and adult; When Breath Becomes Air, a memoir in which a promising neurosurgeon accelerates his life goals all while confronting our final act: death; and the critically acclaimed A Little Life which challenges the very notion of second acts. Explore and happy reading!
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