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One Last Thing to Do Before I Die

4.17  ·  Rating details ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
ONE LAST THING TO DO BEFORE I DIE by Steven Drew Goldberg is a thought-provoking and comedic novel that explains why Max Wiseman, a rich and successful lawyer in Manhattan, would want to kill himself. It also answers why before committing suicide he decides to travel across the country to find Derrick Frankenmeyer, the person he hated most in his life. The story is told in ...more
Paperback, 388 pages
Published January 21st 2010 by Lulu.com
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David
Apr 15, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2010
GOD DAMN IT! I should have known better. The reason I read this book at all was because I received an e-mail from its author offering to send me a copy and hoping that I might post a review on Amazon. He claimed to have chosen me as a recipient based on my review of "Then We Came to the End", and suggested his book would make me laugh out loud and think about what is important in life. The cover blurb makes the same claim.

His e-mail wasn't obnoxious and I don't think someone should be faulted fo
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Charlie
Apr 23, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: fans of C. Palahniuk and A.M. Homes
Recommended to Charlie by: submitted for review
Shelves: top-rated, indie
Whether you think Max Wiseman is a likable or deplorable character is almost a secondary topic in this richly woven thematic story. It's not a simple matter of like or dislike, agree or disagree, but rather a philosophical journey towards understanding and ultimately, acceptance. The main character is a vessel through which greater questions and self-reflection of both individual and universal shortcomings of society emerge. In this contemporary novel, a pro-suicide argument is made and based on ...more
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