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Death Wins a Goldfish - Reflections from a Grim Reaper's Yearlong Sabbatical - cover

Death Wins a Goldfish - Reflections from a Grim Reaper's Yearlong Sabbatical

Brian Rea

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Death never takes a day off. Until he gets a letter from the HR department insisting he use up his accrued vacation time, that is. In this humorous and heartfelt book from beloved illustrator Brian Rea, readers take a peek at Death's journal entries as he documents his mandatory sabbatical in the world of the living. From sky diving to online dating, Death is determined to try it all! Death Wins a Goldfish is an important reminder to the overstressed, overworked, and overwhelmed that everyone—even Death—deserves a break once in a while.

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