I'm a fantasy fan! I love anything that will get me out of reality if only for a little while. :o)
A story about a wonderful gift. Teaches a wonderful lesson about life. A book that has touched my heart and soul.
Great story about time. Mitch does it again makes you think as the story goes on. Glad it has a good ending.
Dan Stevens is quite a remarkable narrator. The story leads you on as you are captured by the inner torment of the characters all the while feeling hopeful for a happy ending yet wondering just how it will happen. One for my bookshelf of favorites.
Mitch Albom's perspective of time and it's influence on the human experience/condition is enlightening, refreshing and at the same time troubling. One must take pause to consider if this story is truly fiction or non-fiction.
Thank you Mitch. You have quite the Blessed talent.
The end of the story when the characters stop time and look into the future seeing what could be.
His voice is easy to listen to and I loved the character voices
The story, the pace, so many things
Nothing by this authors.
I'm not sure.
I would cut them all.
Easy listen, however, it didn't do much for me. I feel like because it's Mitch Albom, and Tuesdays with Morrie, and/or The Five People you meet in Heaven were such great books, that I need to give all his books a chance, but they never measure up. If you're into easy breezy effortless listens, then this is the book for you. However, if you're only reading this because you liked the above books by the author and hoping this will measure up, move on, it wont.