The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom #7
I’m not much for religious books anymore as I find them to be opinionated, often boring, embellished piles of garbage. The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom is a really not that kind of book. It’s a short story, something you whip through in a night, and it weaves an interesting tale about a man’s life and the people he met in heaven after he dies.
The weaving of this tale must’ve been interesting to write, I must say, as the author does it in a way that keeps you reading. You know it’s likely bogus, but you don’t care because you come to know the character and really care for him enough to keep reading. Truth be known, I actually teared up and gasped toward the end of the book. I will not tell you why as it’d be too much of a spoiler.
With all that being said, I’d give this 208 page breezer 6 G-String Dollars, and even though it seems a little scandalous to give a semi-religious book some whore money, I’m going to do it anyway. I would recommend this book as a light and fluffy read. I would not personally purchase this book as it’s only a one time read, but I’d still recommend it.