The Last Lecture Review, by Randy Pausch (and Jeffrey Zaslow)

The Last Lecture is a must read, hands down. This book was based off of the final lecture that dying Professor Randy Pausch gave at Carnegie Mellon University. Randy was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and was given limited time to live. With his three children so young, he decided to record his last lecture to his students and dedicate it to his children. The theme of the lecture, and now book, is “childhood dreams.” He eloquently expresses the wonderful attributes of life, the lessons that must be learned, and the determination of great success. A little less than a year after his lecture he passed, but his legend still lives on. The Last Lecture is wonderful for all types of readers, as it truly can relate to everyone. A+

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One Response to The Last Lecture Review, by Randy Pausch (and Jeffrey Zaslow)

  1. Debbie says:

    I just finished reading The Last Lecture Review. Loved it. Very sad but a happy kind of sad (if that makes any sense). Easy read too. Movie must be forthcoming!

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