Updated: 09/22/2018 02:46 PM | First Published: 09/21/2018 01:53 PM

Charles Krauthammer's Final Book in December



The late conservative commentator, Charles Krauthammer released his final words via his son, Daniel Krauthammer. Daniel has finished his late father’s final book, The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors.

When will the book come out?

The book is said to be an intimate collection of Krauthammer’s important works, unpublished speeches, a major new essay about future global democracy and more.The book is due to release in early December and is available for pre-order at charleskrauthammer.com

Daniel and Charles at a baseball

While announcing the completion of his father’s posthumous book, Daniel wrote on The Weekly Standard, 

“Charles Krauthammer was my father. Writing that sentence in the past tense is still a shock to me, and it evokes a sadness far too deep to express in words. But it also evokes in me a sense of determination and resolve: to ensure that his life’s work—his words, his ideas, his extraordinary contributions to the political life of our country—will continue to live on.”

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He also said that Charles was working in the advanced stages of a new book when his health crisis struck a year ago. When he realized his last stage of life, Charles trusted his son to bring the book to completion on his behalf

Black and white picture of Charles Krauthammer in front of a old computer

Daniel, who is currently a consultant in San Francisco, believes thatthe world will be a better place the longer his (Charles’) voice, and its echoes, are heard and read.”Charles, the Pulitzer Prize-winning longtime Fox News contributor, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and best-selling author, died of cancer on June 21, 2018.

The Krauthammer family also released a statement expressing their gratitude for supporting them through hard times and announcing about his new book. 

May he rest in peace!

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