About old age, disease and losing your loved ones
Rating 2 out of 10
This book begins quite boring, with Johannes Møllehave throwing around a lot of references to, for example, Søren Kierkegaard. Johannes Møllehave is a bit of a windbag. Well anyway the good part of this book is in the end when the two men start talking about loosing their life partners (They have both recently lost their wives). In that way that part of the book can be perfect for someone who has lost the loved one. Benny Andersen is the most interesting of the two.