The Last Lecture: A Review

the last lecture

Want a novel that will bring tears to your eyes and make you reevaluate the way you are living your life? Randy Pausch’s novel in regards to his lecture on living life while he was terminally ill, The Last Lecture is heart-rendering and optimistic.

When his pancreatic cancer returned and he was given a terminal diagnosis, Randy Pausch was forced to live in the moment and focus on what legacy he could leave for his loved ones. Honestly, he always lived his life in the moment, focusing on the happy blessings in the darkness, and I feel like he did the same in the face of his own bodily demise.

An incredible testimony to the strength and peace his faith has given him, The Last Lecture is a quick read, but not one you will easily forget.

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