I have been really wanting to read this book, but I have not had the time. When I joined Audible, I quickly used my credit for this book. I was able to finally get to enjoy this book and I got to do it while I worked.
It kind of reminds me of a couple of Mitch Albom's other books: For One More Day and The Five People You Meet in Heaven. The moral of the story relates to your relationships in life and what you do with the time you have. His stories always have a wonderful moral.
Albom provides insight into the true value of life, the universe, and happiness. Enjoy every minute you can with those you love. The Time Keeper was a wonderful listen. Two Thumbs up!
I would recommend it but it somehow felt too long for its storyline. Too much was anticipated although it was very well written.
No surprise, just a nice tying of loose ends at the end
No but I was impressed with his performance
Can't see it being a movie.
I suppose it makes you think about the meaning of life - if you didn‘t already know. The idea of the book sounded very interesting to me, but after reading it, I found that, although it was interesting, it wasn't my kind of book. It was definitely not a waste of time and it did keep my interest to see how it ended, but it's not a book that I would ever read twice.
This story is great ! A little sci fi , and learning to forgive.
None and all
The main character
I enjoy listening each night.
A mesmerizing read
His trip back to earth
Father Time-his inner thoughts were brilliant. His suffering through time was a learning experience for him and the reader.
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.