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* aging--both fiction and nonfiction
* historical fiction
* young adult fiction
* contemporary fiction, particularly family dramas
* nonfiction, particularly neuroscience, health, and dying
I write reviews for everything at Goodreads. However, I write more extensive reviews for books about aging here.
Many books with themes about midlife and late life did make my list of favorite reads for 2015.
What follows is a list, organized by year of publication. I had too much trouble ranking them because I like them all for different reasons.
2. Lehrer, Jonah. Proust Was A Neuroscientist (2007) because it's a great interdisciplinary read. GR Review.