'Death Class' is surprisingly uplifting

“The Death Class: A True Story About Life,” by Erika Hayasaki


Tragedies always make you think about your own mortality. Someday, yes, you’re going to die. But as you’ll see in “The Death Class: A True Story About Life” by Erika Hayasaki, you need to learn to live first.

As a journalist for several larger newspapers, Hayasaki had seen plenty of death. She was at Virginia Tech after the shootings; had been on New York City ’s streets; had seen corpses, interviewed survivors. She’d even been close friends with a victim of domestic violence. And it began to bother her – a lot.

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