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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.
Its ok but not really what I thought it would be. But all in all an ok book.Published 1 day ago by S. S.
I greatly enjoyed this book! My cousin recommended it and it is only the second of its "type" that I've read. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mommy22boys
really cool way to think about how our lives here intertwine and how we effect each other.
how what happens now, here is better understood later. I really liked it.
I liked the pacing of the story and the way the author revealed Eddie's life. I disliked the fatalistic viewpoint of lives playing out without happiness before heaven.Published 12 days ago by David J. Stone
The cover creased down the middle and skuffed up on the edges. The shipping package was not stiff enough. But OK.Published 12 days ago by Joe S.
Great book! Added to my son's kindle for a book report. I read it and LOVED it!Published 12 days ago by A.Speed
Definitely one of my favorite books! Mitch Albom is excellent at immersing you in the story and the characters. Definitely can't put this one down!Published 19 days ago by Amy Rogers