Death's memoir by Rochelle Potkar
I go nowhere uninvited. I am where I have to be. In famine and drought, plague and disease, poverty and starvation, accidents and hunting games. In ancient times and modern, in folklore, myth, and legend. I am Death and I have been worshipped, abhorred, feared, despised, pondered, and prayed to. But I have been rarely coveted unless by the very damned, the ill, the really sick in body and mind.