Mitch Albom’s

The Five People You Meet in HeavenThe Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I always love Mitch’s narrating style. Always love the atmosphere he created through his every sentence. This book personally quite won my heart when I finished reading it. Unlike the previous one I read before this, which is Have A Little Faith, TFPYMIH stands out differently. It was quite hooking. The concept of heaven that Mitch created in the story is indeed very fictional. I love it tho.

Anyway, again, after Morrie Schwartz, Mitch succeeded to make me drawn emotionally to the main character, Eddie. Aside his very ordinary life, I still found him an interesting character. And, what was happening to Eddie was quite making me feel terribly sad at the end. 😦

Overall, this novel is one of those novels I love reading it personally. 🙂


 

Tuesdays with MorrieTuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I finished this novel within two days in between my so many assignments back there at my college time. I love the narrating style of Mitch. And, he successfully made Morrie’s character so bold and lovable for I adored Morrie and my heart was broken when he’s gone. Alas, even though I knew since the beginning how it would end, still I cried quite bad. Lol


 

Have a Little Faith: a True StoryHave a Little Faith: a True Story by Mitch Albom

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Believe it or not, It got me a long time to finish this book. Lol. To me, actually this book is not so hooking type, but also the book that forces you to finish it no matter how long because you know the story will be ended nicely.

Some may say that this book is so lecturing kind, but what you expect reading a book telling you about the life of clerics?

I always love the way Mitch narrating someone’s life and bringing it into, yeah you know, full-of-moral-story kind of novel. Very careful and neat.

Well, overall, I think, this one is worth 3 stars from me.


 

For One More DayFor One More Day by Mitch Albom

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This novel was the first book of Mitch Albom that I read at that time. The story is inspiring as always as the rest of Mitch’s other books, but, well, not too memorable for me. Still, this book is the reason why I keep hunting for another books of Mitch. How I fall in Mitch’s writing style.


 

“The Time Keeper” will soon follow!

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