Roz Chast is a fine contemporary cartoonist. I laughed and cried during this story. Chast writes and draws this memoir about caring and making decisions for her own aging parents in a soul bearing and relatable way. Chast makes fun of her own and her family's idiosyncrasies.
The strong, but difficult love between her parents and her own complicated love for her parents shines through. Chast really nails the self doubt and sense of guilt that plague many people navigating this new relationship with aging parents.
A most enjoyable read.