When I Die by Philip Gould
Lessons from the Death Zone

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Though the book dwells on everything up to the moment of death, it does not speculate at all about anything after. Did he ever discuss that?
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. with dw, 2012, 228pp
 

About Philip Gould

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Philip Gould (1950–2011) was polling and strategic adviser to Tony Blair and deputy chairman of Freud Communications. He was a visiting professor in media and politics at the London School of Economics and a member of the House of Lords, as well as the author of The Unfinished Revolution.
 
Published July 31, 2012 by Little, Brown. 240 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Tim Adams on Apr 28 2012

Though the book dwells on everything up to the moment of death, it does not speculate at all about anything after. Did he ever discuss that?

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Reviewed by Justin Cartwright on Apr 19 2012

...the fact is that, for all the frankness and despite the unflinching courage of this book, its logic is essentially meaningless: I may not be able to beat death but death is not able to beat me. What does this actually mean?

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