In this achingly raw graphic memoir, Marissa Moss untangles the seven whirlwind months between her husband’s ALS diagnosis and his death. Forced to balance Harvey’s increasingly complex medical needs and the needs of their three young sons, Moss struggles to maintain a sense of normalcy for their family in the midst of this crisis. Absent are movie-perfect declarations of love and reconciliation; Moss lays bare the emotional devastation left in the wake of Harvey’s illness with her understated drawings and text. But there are moments of joy, too--a morning swim, a tender glance—reminding us to find beauty in the darkest of times. Powerful, heartbreaking, and ultimately hopeful, Last Things challenges readers with its unflinching look at marriage and family, love, and loss.