Review of The Five People You Meet In Heaven By Mitch Albom

Review by Manu Pratap Singh Shekhawat

Five people you meet in heaven is a story about a war veteran named Eddie who ended up in an amusement
park for some reasons. This book has an out of the box opening, it indeed starts from the end. It’s a story of an old man dying on his duty and after his death, he meets five people in heaven, who provide him certain answers which he couldn’t attain while he was alive. The language of the book is pretty simple yet a page turner. The characters are carefully portrayed and the readers may experience a sense of attachment with them. This book has something for every age group, one can learn from the lessons that Eddie learns from these five people he meets in heaven. This book can change the reader’s opinion, the way she looks at things. It is highly recommended to those who found, Tuesdays with Morrie by the same author, appealing. To conclude, I would say that this book might be a blessing in disguise for
some readers.

PS – Emotional readers must keep a box of tissues with them.

Rating – 4.5/5

Thank you.
Happy reading.

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