rating: 4 of 5 stars
I really enjoyed this book, although the ending sort of fell apart for me. I know that seems odd to say about a nonfiction book–it’s the truth, right? How can you make it different? But you can still give a feeling of closure to a narrative, and that’s what this book lacked for me. Still, fascinating to read about Paul Farmer’s efforts. It makes me feel more than a little inadequate. There are dying people in the world, and I’m here writing a review on Goodreads . . .