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The Five People You Meet in Heaven - Community Reviews back

by Mitch Albom
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the dilemma of reading
the dilemma of reading rated it 4 years ago
This one was gorgeous and made me cry. Ultimately, it was about how all humans are interconnected and even a minor action might play a role in another's life.
A Misfit Reader
A Misfit Reader rated it 5 years ago
I have just really recently finished reading this amazing book. I didn't want to put it down, but I forced myself to wait it out, by reading one person at a time. I could have finished this the same day, but I couldn't, I didn't want to finish this book right away. For those of you who don't know...
A Wonderland Packed in a Novel
A Wonderland Packed in a Novel rated it 5 years ago
Very inspiring. This is what you call a MASTERPIECE.Review to come.
Bambbles Rambles
Bambbles Rambles rated it 5 years ago
A nice concept. The book is pretty self explained by the title. I read this in a high school religion class and we were told to write a little essay based on this books style and our own lives.I do not think I would like this book outside of that setting. But good for those who like an uplifting exp...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 6 years ago
When I was 13 I watched the film adaptation with my parents and was heavenly shocked by the story. I had always heard that heaven was a wonderful place, and this version seemed to be really confrontational. Showing you everything you lost and everyone's trouble you caused. But it made me want to rea...
Living Thousands of Lives
Living Thousands of Lives rated it 6 years ago
A unique perception of heaven. I enjoyed the way that Eddie's life was explained through the people who he affected. The book reminded me of "It's a Wonderful Life" in that an average man discovers how important he truly was and how his life affected others.
Watch - Eat - Read
Watch - Eat - Read rated it 6 years ago
well written, amazing ideas
She reads, she watches and sometimes she goes outside
well written, amazing ideas
CarlAlves rated it 6 years ago
In Mitch Albom's first attempt at fiction, the story weaves its way around Eddie, an 83 year old man that the narrator says is about to die at the beginning of the novel. After dying, Eddie views his funeral and reaction from his friends, and relives parts of his past as five different people take h...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 6 years ago
This is a very short novel I read in a couple of hours. In spare simple prose, it begins at the end of 83-year old Eddie's life, the first chapter tells us about the last hour of his life. It's his birthday, but he's working at the job he's had for decades at Ruby Pier amusement park maintaining the...
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