Loved it. I have always enjoyed books by Mitch Albom. This is my favorite.
I really liked 5 People but this is even better!
Can't wait for his next book!!!
Excellent reading, very good work. Will look for his voice on future audibles. Good intonation and sway.
This has all the ingredients of excellent fiction including an overarching moral theme about the importance of appreciating the present moment.
The story was able to travel back in time , and still be relevant to how people feel and react today. Very interesting perspective, we think of who invented he wheel, or the engine, but how could a person invent time? How can someone control the measure of a natural force? I enjoyed how the story was tied into modern day lives.
I really didnt like this book, I found it boring and didnt like how much it jumped from one story to the other.
I have read all of Mitch Albom's books, and this one by far is my least favorite. The story's core lesson is such a stretch, that I found myself zoning out and having to pull myself back in to listen. The narrator was fantastic and pleasant to listen too, but the hocus pocus feel of the actual story line ruined it for me.
I really enjoy audio books especially for travelling. No books to hall around and it's more comfortable lying on the beach.
I didn't have a favourite character. Each character touched my heart.
no. Love the accent
I really enjoyed the way the story flowed.
Mitch Alboms story writing is unique. I feel like he is telling his life experiences very creatively. I always feel renewed after reading one of his novels
The audio was well done.
The Time Keeper is an interesting look into how people interact with time. Through joining together three unlikely individuals, Mitch Albom allows the reader to contemplate the meaning of time and how time affects how we live and die.
My goodness yes! I didn't want to stop listening. There was good flow to the story,there was ideas that I wanted to stop and ponder, but I wanted to hear more of thestory. I've had the book on my iphone for 5 days and listened to it twice. This is onlyone of a couple of books that I want listen to over and over, knowing the story andhow it ends, but want or need the inspiration.
I don't know if this might be too much of a stretch, but "Last Lecture" comes to mind as a comparison. And definately the other Albom books.
I have not listened to Dan Stevens before, but he did a fine job. I could definatelyenjoy any other performances he's done.
Didn't laugh or cry (not my style), but wanted to hear it again (and did).
I like most of Mitch Albom's books. This one was no exception. Good story with an important message about life. I was surprised that the narrator had a British accent, since all previous Albom books were obviously set in the U.S. This did not in any way hinder the story. Highly recommended.
Say something about yourself!
it reminds me of the verse how Enoch walked with God and was taken away. Good story about how short life is.. well written. i recommend.