Anderson Cooper and his mother Gloria Vanderbilt had a nice relation with one another but because of business they seldom found time to be with one another. Through this book the two got the time to be with one another and share certain thoughts with the audience as well.
The mother at the ripe age of ninety-one felt seriously ill and at this point in their life, the mother and son thought that they should give some quality time to one another. Thus they met one another and started a conversation about the life they have spent together. During this conversation, the listeners come to know about the things, Gloria and Anderson have done in life and the things they still want to achieve or do. The inner self is revealed not only to each other but also to the entire world.
Conversation is important for the audience as well because it has the love which the mother and son have in their hearts and also the way a mother guides her son in his mature age as well. There is no sadness rather the book is full of optimism and hope about life.
As compared to Dispatches from the Edge, this book is more real and the things that it has are related to our everyday life. Gloria appears to be mature in her talk because of her old age still she does not talk about anything related to death of departure. She wanted this last detailed conversation with her son to be in a happy mood and she didn’t want him to get the hint that she would not be with him in the future.
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