"Written by a consummate nurse and a humane attorney, The Dying Time addresses the multitude of everyday questions, concerns, and fears that arise in the process of dying. Preparing for death is a final step in living a healthy life. Furman and McNabb explain the complexity of dying in a simple yet personal voice."
–Virginia Trotter Betts, MSN, JD, RN, immediate past president, American Nurses Association
"An enormously useful book for caregivers, hospice workers, and anyone who wants to understand the stages of the dying process. This is the clearest and most straightforward text I have read on the subject."
–Joan Halifax, Ph.D., founder of The Project of Being with Dying
"A manual of immediately practical assistance for humankind’s most significat–and often most frieghtening–moment, death. Besides an enthusiastic response from all who want to handle their own and others’ deaths intelligently, this book deserves to be part of the core curricula in all schools of medicine and ministry. Already singular in its field, it seems inevitable that The Dying Time will become a classic."
–George Fowler, author of Dance of a Fallen Moni