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I enjoyed the book. It was written from the heart and I could feel Mitch's emotions as if I were there.Published 22 hours ago by jkstr
Great life philosophy. I recommend it for anyone who is afraid of death and social pressure.Published 2 days ago by Layla
This book has just transformed all my worries, fears, anxiety, and uncertainties about my future into a perfect guide to life. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kindle Customer
I would recommend everyone read this book. Morrie may be gone but he teaches us important lessons. His wisdom gives us all something to think about. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ernie
Why I liked:
The concepts and reflections by a dying man are universally moving. The simple fact and irony even in this review is that we too are dying, just as Morrie was. Read more