Pros: The book is funny, inspirational, uplifting, and addicting.
Cons: I don't have any complaints. I loved every minute.
This has become one of my favorite books. It is a well written story about the author who is dying of pancreatic cancer. He basically writes the story giving life advice that he hopes one day his very young children will follow. It is a very uplifting story because it makes you question what is important in life. I won't ruin the book, but there is a part where he pours a whole can of soda in his new car, just to prove to his niece and nephew that there were more important things in life than materialistic possessions.
Although I cried several times during the book, I laughed a lot too. The author really does not like to have a self-pity party about dying, but would rather enjoy and be happy about the last few months he has. That takes guts, especially when you have 3 young children who most likely will not remember you. The book has various pictures in it of him growing up and his family. It is easy to read and addicting; my husband read it in one day. I will definitely reread this book and would recommend it, especially if you are looking for meaning and inspiration in your life.