I love Mitch's work. Another quick read that is a must when trying to understand not only your faith, but the faith of others. So many of us think our way is the only way and Mitch eloquently poses a thoughtful approach in which to co-exist with one another.
If I could have given this book 6 stars, instead of 5, I would have. Hearing Mr. Albom speak the Reb's words as the Reb would have spoken them himself, made the listen all that more enjoyable. This book will make you laugh. This book will make you cry. Well done, Mr. Albom.
I have read a couple of Mitch Albom books and have always loved his stories. This book was no different. I could not stop listening. His stories are always inspiring. You will not be disappointed.
Strike One: The Author reads his own work. This is rarely a good idea, as regular Audible listeners know.
Strike Two: The author is from New Jersey by way of Detroit. I can think of 47 other states that I would prefer a narrator to be from.
Strike Three: The author HAS A SPEECH IMPEDIMENT! What was the author thinking? What was the producer of this work thinking? Not much.
Strike Four: He writes of something he has no real understanding of. Though it is a spiritual memoir, unfortunately his journey is from nowhere to nowhere.
I gave it one star only because of the minimally compelling main character.