Who better to comment on life than the one who did the living? The eulogy is your best - and last chance to set the record straight and have some fun in the process so don't let this opportunity pass you by. "A Few Last Words" is a humorous guide to the endless possibilities surrounding your final message to the world. It's not a book about death. Rather, it's a book about living, and it opens the door to plenty of interesting observation as to how we think of ourselves and how others think of us.
Jack Becker has been making social commentary in the arts for forty years. Now he tells - how to write your own eulogy, and why you should.
In these days of hyper-critical political correctness, it's refreshing to read this hilarious, slightly irreverent and wholly sensitive take on writing one's own eulogy, by Jack Becker.
His hands-on approach to dealing with a scary and very personal issue - our own death, opens the door to a world of interesting speculation about who we are (were), and how we'd like to be remembered. Don't miss this read. Daryl P. Lister