This is a great book for people who, like me, would love nothing more than to pick Dr. Jack Kevorkian's remarkable brain. This book contains his wonderfully disturbing paintings, papers from the research he did as a young man, dieting advice, philosophical pieces, sheet music of his compositions, and even a short autobiography! And did I mention his trademark limericks? They bring light to the "darkest" portions of this book. The only drawback is since this book was published by an independent publisher (well, of course Kevorkian, being fiercely independent himself, would go through an independent publisher!) in New York City with limited funds, the printing was done at a low resolution and looks pixelated. But no matter. The wonderfully intelligent and sometimes goofy content more than makes up for it, and it's a good peek into one of the greatest minds in the last century.