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The End Is The Beginning

Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet In Heaven

By Stephanie J. BradberryPublished 2 months ago Updated about a month ago 1 min read
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Mitch Albom’s imaginary tale of the afterlife, The Five People You Meet In Heaven, illuminates five lessons, bringing new meaning to living, dying, and purpose. The plot craftily zigzags between present and past. A true psychological suspense that leaves you wanting more of his stellar dialogue and less overwrought description.

Mitch Albom


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Stephanie J. Bradberry

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  • Babs Iverson4 days ago

    Fabulous!!! Love your critique, Stephanie!!!♥️♥️💕

  • Great review! I’ll read this now! Sounds interesting!

  • Great critique and choice of book 😇❤️❤️

  • Grz Colmabout a month ago

    Great job! Never read this one but heard good things. ☺️

  • Oneg In The Arcticabout a month ago

    You wrote this so expertly well. You’re a pro with express and to the point words.

  • Novel Allenabout a month ago

    Sounds riveting, I must check it out. Sounds like my kind of story.

  • Great review. Now, I have to read it.

  • The Invisible Writerabout a month ago

    Great critique made me want to read the book

  • Harmony Kentabout a month ago

    Ooh, your words make me want to read this book. Brilliant short critique. Thanks for sharing, Stephanie 💕😊

  • Lacy Loar-Gruenlerabout a month ago

    Ah, how we all want answers to these existential questions! Nice take on a book I wouldn't have found without you!

  • Good book. "Tuesdays" was better, in my opinion.

  • Cathy holmesabout a month ago

    This is fascinating. Great review.

  • Cathy holmesabout a month ago

    That sounds fascinating. Great review.

  • Cendrine Marrouat2 months ago

    I've never read this book, but I've heard wonderful things about it. Your review makes me want to read it now. Thank you!

  • J. S. Wade2 months ago

    I’ve read this intriguing book. Good critique. 😎

  • Oooo, this is very intriguing! Loved your review!

  • Excellent 💖📝👍😉❗

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