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Albom takes a big risk with the novel; such a story can easily veer into the saccharine and preachy, and this one does in moments. But, for the most part, Albom's telling remains poignant and is occasionally profound. Even with its flaws, The Five People You Meet in Heaven is a small, pure, and simple book that will find good company on a shelf next to It's A Wonderful Life. --Patrick O'Kelley
This has been one of the few books that I've sat down and read from start to finish in one sitting.
It is very well written and thought out....it's a book I could read over and over again...from an author that has written heartfelt stories more than once!
This book really makes you think about your life and how you are affected by everyone in it, as well as how you affect others.
This was a great inspirational book, kinda have an insight of where is your place in life, defiantly recommend to a friendPublished 2 days ago by Ave Bordenave
Awesome book could not put it down. Makes you wonder when you die what about the mental condition your in when this happens. Read morePublished 4 days ago by wgr315
great book by Mitch Albom, read it on one flight, and was amazed at the story, and how good and capturing it was. highly recommendPublished 5 days ago by Michael H.
Not as good as Tuesdays With Morrie, but still a fantastic read. Interesting story and reads quickly.Published 5 days ago by Peter J Parbel
A depressing and lackluster read that was terribly boring. After reading Tuesday's With Morrie and reading the reviews, I was certain that this book would deliver. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Felecia
Very clever and enjoyable reading. I don't usually like to read but this was the exception. My granddaughter was reading it and she tried to explain it without giving away the... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Brenda M