I Told You I Was Ill : Laughing in the face of death

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  • Format: Trade Book
  • Copyright: 2013-05-01
  • Publisher: Michael O'Mara

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Bringing together a holy host of the world's stupidest deaths, strange send-offs, bizarre wills, and hilarious headstones, this is a side-splitting book that dares to laugh in the face of death Death may be bleak butrest in peacethere is nothing gloomy about this curious compendium of tales of the departed. This book that looks at the funny side of one of life's certainties, recounting stories of inventors done in by their own inventions, actors expiring on stage, and extraordinarily elaborate fake death plots. With advice on planning your big finish and how to attract the crowds at your funeral, as well as inspirational anecdotes involving extremely wealthy animals, no headstone is left unturned in the quest for hilarity. From funeral facts and famous last words, to musings on the afterlife, all that is witty and wry about kicking the bucket is presented here for your amusement.

Author Biography

Liz Evers is a freelance writer and the author of I Used to Know That: Shakespeare.

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