That’s exactly what I was doing today, when I was suddenly hit by a feeling, the same distinct feeling I felt when I listened to the audio version of Vanishing, by Bruce Brooks. I thought this strange, because the book was a short one and it never crossed my mind again after I finished it. Then I remembered that I was playing the same game while listening to the book. The sudden memory must be a result of an association my brain has made (without asking for my permission!) between the book and the action of playing the game.
Take any life you can. Doesn’t matter. Because…just between us, tell you: Dying sucks.
Books for children; books about death. Open question: how early does it make sense to teach youngsters about death?
PS. Here’s an article you may find interesting.