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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 text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
It really makes you think about how you live your life and who YOUR five people you meet in Heaven will be!
I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading inspiring and interesting stories whether they are religious or not.
The book was really good and I couldn't really put it down, I read through it really fast and I really enjoyed it.
I'm not a very religious person, and I still loved this book. I had read Albom's Tuesday's With Morrie and cried over it, and this one was just as good.Published 2 days ago by Katherine G.
Having recently lost my wife of 32 years, this book gave me hope. I know that she is waiting for me and we will be together again.Published 3 days ago by Polly T. Labonte
The best book that I have read in many a year! The story begins with the death of an elderly maintenance man at an amusement park and takes him on a journey though the years of... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dewayne
When my friend told me about this book, I thought this was a story about someone who met five family members who passed away; and boy was I wrong. Read morePublished 7 days ago by JRR529
I have to say, I was a bit skeptical about reading Mitch Albom's, The Five People You Meet In Heaven. Although, my mind was instantly changed the second I read the first few lines. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kayleigh
It is very rare that an author is able to give their readers an extensive span of emotions from a single literary work. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Valerie Show