Lately I've been really interested in Dr. Jack Kevorkian, and he is one of my intellectual heroes right up there with Richard Dawkins (well, almost; not quite). I was wondering if anybody has read any of his books. They are:
Prescription Medicide: The Goodness of a Planned Death
GlimmerIQs (rhymes with "limericks")
When the People Bubble POPs
I read all three. The first two were great, and When the People Bubble POPs... well maybe I'm missing the point, but it does not seem to jive with the humanitarian and compassionate Kevorkian I've grown to admire. If anybody has read it, I'd like to know what you think.