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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Warehouse Deals Open-Box Discounts. Amazon Renewed Like-new products you can trust. You can't hold their hand You can't tousle their hair But when those senses weaken another one comes to life Memory becomes your partner. Life has to end, Eddie I vaguely remember when exactly I read this but I remember I read this couple of months before I "Lost love is still love, Eddie.

I vaguely remember when exactly I read this but I remember I read this couple of months before I broke up with my current-boyfriend and it was around the end of the year. Maybe September-October to November.

It is significant to know when I read because it is one of the reasons why this book just stays in my mind. I pictured myself as Eddie. An old man with so many bruises physically and emotionally draging the last breath he had to carry before he died and saved a little girl's life.

With a cause he died which for me is amazing! Then he met the five people that bumped into his life for a second and even for a lifetime that he might didn't remember or know them before when he was alive.

These five people were there to answer all of his unanswered questions about his life and why God had purposes with him in his life even when he thought that he had no value at all - This too amazes me still; have you EVER wondered why are you here on earth? And the story evolved from there.

And all the classic questions that I believe WE all are facing now are written so nicely by Albom. With jokes, with poems, with simple everyday words.

Albom didn't preach within this book which I think it is the risk of writing such subject - and the fact that he didn't preach makes it universal for all races and religions to read. And be spiritually touched. And so how does this effect on me with the broke-up? I was angry all the time and didn't understand why I was treated so bad by a man and how I thought I have not a value to go on.

Then a friend's death which rolled me back to the time I read this book in the first place reminds me of how life goes on and how life NEEDS to go on. God has purposes with us, even if it means only to be a bell-boy of a grand hotel, or to be a mistress, or to be a virgin queen or to be an ordinary guy standing on the train station. Little things matter the most. On the account of this book, I got to know that Albom had written another grand book about life-death-God previously before this book.

I haven't read the previous one; Tuesday with Morrie which led to a movie , so I am really looking forward to read it after reading this. I hope that book will be highly amazing and enlight me like Five People did. View all 9 comments. I don't understand the one star reviews for the book. Are these directed to the author, Mitch Albom, because he openly dissed the Harry Potter phenomena via a word short story? Because as far as I can tell, The Five People You Meet in Heaven is a decent piece of literature that doesn't deserve the harsh punishment presumably directed to its writer.

It's well-written, has a handful of good quotes, and is overall an inspiring and personal take on one's idea of the moment between death and th I don't understand the one star reviews for the book. It's well-written, has a handful of good quotes, and is overall an inspiring and personal take on one's idea of the moment between death and the afterlife.

I rather enjoyed it. Mitch Albom has a gift of words, and to give a biased rating is to behave no better than the author itself - to dislike something not based on its own merits, but because of its reputation.

I highly recommend this book, particularly if you're one into bittersweet life lessons and notions of death. Some have accused the book for being both preachy and boring, but I don't find that the case.

View all 16 comments. Myrtle You can't read on this app, you just read and place reviews. You can't read on this app, you just read and place reviews.

Andy Pandy Both this book and Harry Potter are drivel. Feb 18, It follows the life and death of a maintenance man named Eddie. Eddie is killed and sent to heaven, where he encounters five people who had a significant impact upon him while he was alive. On Eddie's 83rd birthday, an amusement park ride at Ruby Pier where he is responsible for maintenance malfunctions due to a damaged cable and stops halfway through the ride.

Two of the staff at are able to rescue the passengers on the ride and then release the ride's cart for inspection.

However, Eddie's colleagues are completely oblivious to his screams as he realizes the cart will detach if it is released. Eddie throws himself towards the girl, intending to pull her to safety. Eddie feels an exploding impact, sees a blinding flash, feels a little girl's hands in his own, and then nothingness. Eddie then finds himself awake and uninjured and realizes that he feels young and much more energetic.

He also feels calm. He meets a man known simply as "the Blue Man". The Blue Man suffered from argyria caused by silver nitrate poisoning, and worked at Ruby Pier's sideshow while it was still open, during the days of Eddie's childhood.

Through their conversation, Eddie finds out that he is dead, and he has arrived in heaven and embarked on a journey through five of its levels, meeting someone who has had a significant impact upon his life or someone upon whom his life had a significant impact. He also finds the reason for his sudden energy, youth, and stamina — in the five stages of Heaven, you will feel exactly the same way you did young, old, healthy, sick, strong, weak as you did when you knew the person you are meeting.

Eddie asks why the Blue Man, whom he does not know, is his first person, and he informs Eddie that, when Eddie was very young, he caused the car accident that killed him. From this, Eddie learns his first lesson which is that there are no random events in life and all individuals and experiences are connected in some way. He also learns that everyone and everything has a purpose in life.

View all 8 comments. Reread Feb No matter how many times I read this book, its effect on me remains the same. Heart breaking and heart warming in equal measure. It eats you from inside. We think that hating is a weapon that attacks the person who harmed us. But hatred is a curved blade. And the harm we do, we do to ourselves.

It's such a wonderful idea, that when yo Reread Feb No matter how many times I read this book, its effect on me remains the same. It's such a wonderful idea, that when you die you are approached by 5 people you may or may not know who had some kind of impact in your life. An original premise in itself, I loved following the different people Eddie spoke to and finding out their connection to him. At times heartbreaking and saddening, this story touched me and I strongly recommend it to basically anyone who likes something a bit different but is looking for a relatively quick read.

View all 19 comments. Y'er darned tootin', kid! Take away the fancy Amazon gift wrap with its shiny veneer and the Good Housekeeping seal of approval from the folks in the seniors' homes of course , and you have… WHAT?

A story of a broken old man who's had an excruciatingly hard life. Their hard lives can: Wipe the floor with them. Grind them to dust. Spit on their ashes! And such is the case with poor old Eddie, who's just died and finally, thankfully, disappeared from this sorry old world!

He's made some BAD mistakes. So that's the story. View all 35 comments. One of the great things about checking out audiobooks from the public library is that I can take a chance on something I normally wouldn't buy, and I end up loving it. And then, of course, there are the times I take a chance on something I wouldn't normally like and end up really hating it as predicted.

See if you can guess which is the case here by the end of this post. Spoiler alert One of the great things about checking out audiobooks from the public library is that I can take a chance on something I normally wouldn't buy, and I end up loving it. Spoiler alert, I guess, though you could probably figure that out from the title. From there he meets five people whose lives touched his and learns why he was such a unique and special little snowflake while on Earth.

The book's main shortcoming is that I only get to enjoy seeing something kill Eddie on one occasion. And that was over within the first few pages. Seriously, this thing is so ham-fisted in its moralizing, so infused with cliches, so sentimental, and so naked in its attempts to manipulate emotions that I only finished it because it was blessedly short.

Which is to say, constantly. Oh, and Albom apparently never heard of the "show, don't tell" rule when it comes to establishing character and showing reactions. I guess everyone in Heaven describes their mental processes in flagrant detail. There's also the issue of proclamations that sound wise at first, but crumble under any amount of thought.

For example, there's a line to the effect of "Sometimes, when you sacrifice something you don't lose it. You just give it to someone else. At any rate, I certainly wouldn't recommend this. If you really want to read a good book about the afterlife, pick up Dante's The Divine Comedy, read the first few pages, then throw it down in frustration and decide that there's no good middle ground. View all 11 comments. My face tightens into a mean spirited frown, I grind my teeth, my head starts to burn, I clench my fists, I begin to tremble; there is a tightness in my stomach.

I rip the telephone off the wall and throw it out my nine-story window onto the street; I let out a barbaric, guttural, king-of-the-jungle, ape-like scream.

I feel my pulse beating in my neck, a blood vessel snaps in the back of my head. I kick a hole in the middle of my T. I like that my shin is cut, blee My face tightens into a mean spirited frown, I grind my teeth, my head starts to burn, I clench my fists, I begin to tremble; there is a tightness in my stomach.

I like that my shin is cut, bleeding, and burning. I toss off my clothes, throwing my left shoe through the shattered window. I stomp my bare ass out of my apartment. I do not lock the door, I have no sense of time, I am not coming back. I am a man on a mission. Out of hate for such a thought I bite my tongue, making it bleed.

I begin to run down the street as fast as I can, screaming at the top of my lungs for the homeless man to stab me. The lake, the lake, I will jump in the lake and fight a swan! I run to the lake and dive in, scraping my head and arms. The lake is not deep; I stand up. I am covered in mud and Chordata feces. I decide to drown myself. Head deep, slipping away, I am pulled up.

It is a police officer. This book was on the NY Times best seller list for 95 straight weeks and I have failed. View all 51 comments. I never had any desire to read this book or Tuesdays with Morrie for that matter , but a girl in my LSAT class gave it to me to read, so I felt like I had to read it. It has small pages with big font and the content is not at all challenging.

You could easily read this book in a weekend. That said, I don't know if you would want to. While the book was mildly entertaining and held my interest I kept wanting to know who Eddie would I never had any desire to read this book or Tuesdays with Morrie for that matter , but a girl in my LSAT class gave it to me to read, so I felt like I had to read it.

While the book was mildly entertaining and held my interest I kept wanting to know who Eddie would meet next , I found it to be incredibly preachy and corny. Furthermore, the moral at the end was not all that creative or enlightening we are all connected So to the man on the subway who interrupted my reading to tell me that this was an amazing book and I would think of it for years to come all I can say is: I enjoyed this book.

It had a great voice, interesting characters and good messages. I liked how each of the 5 people were connected in different ways, some surprise. The style grabs you. I thought it was a good intro to learn more about how this author writes. Spiritual without getting too religious.

Witty and charismatic on some levels. Endearing to see how you watch other people live, as well as guess what happens when you die. I will definitely read more from the author. Strangely, obliquely, like The Alchemist because this inspires strong emotions - most people will either like it alot and find inspiration and meaning, or loathe it entirely and dismiss it as drivel.

Similar in tone and emotion with his novel Tuesdays with Morrie. I think that the greatest achievement of this story is the dreamlike, subconscious mood and setting the author creates. He can get a bit syrupy, but not too bad to make this contextually a problem. Albom raises some interesting, thought Strangely, obliquely, like The Alchemist because this inspires strong emotions - most people will either like it alot and find inspiration and meaning, or loathe it entirely and dismiss it as drivel.

Albom raises some interesting, thought provoking questions and leaves some unanswered, which makes for a better read, especially considering the subject. As usual, I find myself on neither extreme, neither loving or hating it - finding some worth but also dismissing the buckets of smarmy cotton candy.

View all 12 comments. Joelle Huertas W. It is a captivating book that deals with fait, death, and how everything you do affects someone else. I found myself comparing little choices or decisions I made to the ones Eddie, the main character made. I found myself gasping, crying, and laughing with the characters because of the way Mitch Albom portrays Eddie is so moving.

If you want a good fiction book, this is a MUST read! Eddie is a character who is alone in life, no family, no friends, just his job at the amusement park as janitor. It breaks your heart how alone he is. The way the book starts is like the saying the end is only a new beginning. The beginning is the tragic, horrifying death of Eddie, and the death, or end, is only the beginning to his afterlife and the entry to heaven.

The book puts such new perspectives on life to you and gives you knowledge of how to live life to the fullest. So many quotes can apply to your life, or help you out. It eats you from inside We think that by hating someone we hurt them But hatred is a curved blade I learned to let go, appreciate what you have and to have faith. The book is like having a mentor or role model who teaches you how to deal. Take Eddie for example. He is playing ball in the street, when the blue man is in a car.

Eddie drops the ball, and chases it into the street where the blue man suddenly has a heart attack due to the scare he is facing of hitting this little boy in the street.

Eddie goes through so much in the book. With deaths of every one he loves, to his own death in the very first chapter. He has to learn to accept death, fait, letting go, there are no random acts in life, and that love always wins! The way Albom shows this it makes you feel like you know him, to me I felt as if he was my grandfather.

Essentially this book is a must read whether you believe in heaven or not. I guarantee you will be moved by this book. There is even a movie too! One thing you will wonder after you finish reading this book is who will be your five people you meet in heaven? This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. What an incredible book this was. This was about a man who dies. He dies trying to save a little girl at the amusement park he worked as a maintenance man.

After he dies, he meets 5 people who actually show him his life had meaning. He thought his life meant nothing. He first meets a man he accidently helped die after the man almost kills him with a car. The second one he meets is his captain in the army. He helps him understand what actually happened while he was fighting in the war. Eddie entered the burning building because he thought he saw a little kid in there. The third person is the woman who the amusement park was named after.

She wanted Eddie to see the good in what Eddie did. She also helped him forgive his father after seeing the real man he was. The fourth person he meets is his wife.

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Karim Farag Definitely yes, Albom used simple, clear language in this book. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Albom-Winfrey seems to think the mass marketing of Harry Potter has ruined the theoretical lives of such figures as Winnie the Pooh, Clifford, Curious George, etc. As if I weren't annoyed enough at his article, I was subsequently reminded of this l what providence: As if I weren't annoyed enough at his article, I was subsequently reminded of this little novel, which I read over a few weeks while I was dating a girl; it was in her room, and whenever I found myself there, being bored, I would pick up the thing and read it for a while.

I'm not sure if Mr. Albom is trying to help me, or stun me, or just bring a flood of tears to fall on the pages, but I am positive that whatever he's trying to do, he sucks at it. There's nothing like one-sentence paragraphs to instill the right amount of melodrama. Sure, his plot is sort of intriguing, but that's not too surprising. Albom suddenly realized he would get laid so much more by pretending to be emotionally available, and now he's suddenly the Josh Groban of authors.

If you enjoyed this book, you're emotionally weak. If you have some sort of affection for Mitch Albom, you're a middle-aged housewife starved from any male emotional output. God do I hate this motherfucker. View all comments. It just takes a different form, that's all. You can't hold their hand You can't tousle their hair But when those senses weaken another one comes to life Memory becomes your partner. Life has to end, Eddie I vaguely remember when exactly I read this but I remember I read this couple of months before I "Lost love is still love, Eddie.

I vaguely remember when exactly I read this but I remember I read this couple of months before I broke up with my current-boyfriend and it was around the end of the year. Maybe September-October to November. It is significant to know when I read because it is one of the reasons why this book just stays in my mind. I pictured myself as Eddie. An old man with so many bruises physically and emotionally draging the last breath he had to carry before he died and saved a little girl's life.

With a cause he died which for me is amazing! Then he met the five people that bumped into his life for a second and even for a lifetime that he might didn't remember or know them before when he was alive. These five people were there to answer all of his unanswered questions about his life and why God had purposes with him in his life even when he thought that he had no value at all - This too amazes me still; have you EVER wondered why are you here on earth?

And the story evolved from there. And all the classic questions that I believe WE all are facing now are written so nicely by Albom. With jokes, with poems, with simple everyday words.

Albom didn't preach within this book which I think it is the risk of writing such subject - and the fact that he didn't preach makes it universal for all races and religions to read. And be spiritually touched. And so how does this effect on me with the broke-up? I was angry all the time and didn't understand why I was treated so bad by a man and how I thought I have not a value to go on.

Then a friend's death which rolled me back to the time I read this book in the first place reminds me of how life goes on and how life NEEDS to go on. God has purposes with us, even if it means only to be a bell-boy of a grand hotel, or to be a mistress, or to be a virgin queen or to be an ordinary guy standing on the train station. Little things matter the most. On the account of this book, I got to know that Albom had written another grand book about life-death-God previously before this book.

I haven't read the previous one; Tuesday with Morrie which led to a movie , so I am really looking forward to read it after reading this. I hope that book will be highly amazing and enlight me like Five People did. View all 9 comments. I don't understand the one star reviews for the book. Are these directed to the author, Mitch Albom, because he openly dissed the Harry Potter phenomena via a word short story? Because as far as I can tell, The Five People You Meet in Heaven is a decent piece of literature that doesn't deserve the harsh punishment presumably directed to its writer.

It's well-written, has a handful of good quotes, and is overall an inspiring and personal take on one's idea of the moment between death and th I don't understand the one star reviews for the book. It's well-written, has a handful of good quotes, and is overall an inspiring and personal take on one's idea of the moment between death and the afterlife.

I rather enjoyed it. Mitch Albom has a gift of words, and to give a biased rating is to behave no better than the author itself - to dislike something not based on its own merits, but because of its reputation. I highly recommend this book, particularly if you're one into bittersweet life lessons and notions of death. Some have accused the book for being both preachy and boring, but I don't find that the case. View all 16 comments. Myrtle You can't read on this app, you just read and place reviews.

You can't read on this app, you just read and place reviews. Andy Pandy Both this book and Harry Potter are drivel. Feb 18, It follows the life and death of a maintenance man named Eddie. Eddie is killed and sent to heaven, where he encounters five people who had a significant impact upon him while he was alive.

On Eddie's 83rd birthday, an amusement park ride at Ruby Pier where he is responsible for maintenance malfunctions due to a damaged cable and stops halfway through the ride. Two of the staff at are able to rescue the passengers on the ride and then release the ride's cart for inspection. However, Eddie's colleagues are completely oblivious to his screams as he realizes the cart will detach if it is released.

Eddie throws himself towards the girl, intending to pull her to safety. Eddie feels an exploding impact, sees a blinding flash, feels a little girl's hands in his own, and then nothingness. Eddie then finds himself awake and uninjured and realizes that he feels young and much more energetic. He also feels calm. He meets a man known simply as "the Blue Man".

The Blue Man suffered from argyria caused by silver nitrate poisoning, and worked at Ruby Pier's sideshow while it was still open, during the days of Eddie's childhood. Through their conversation, Eddie finds out that he is dead, and he has arrived in heaven and embarked on a journey through five of its levels, meeting someone who has had a significant impact upon his life or someone upon whom his life had a significant impact.

He also finds the reason for his sudden energy, youth, and stamina — in the five stages of Heaven, you will feel exactly the same way you did young, old, healthy, sick, strong, weak as you did when you knew the person you are meeting. Eddie asks why the Blue Man, whom he does not know, is his first person, and he informs Eddie that, when Eddie was very young, he caused the car accident that killed him.

From this, Eddie learns his first lesson which is that there are no random events in life and all individuals and experiences are connected in some way. He also learns that everyone and everything has a purpose in life.

View all 8 comments. Reread Feb No matter how many times I read this book, its effect on me remains the same. Heart breaking and heart warming in equal measure. It eats you from inside. We think that hating is a weapon that attacks the person who harmed us. But hatred is a curved blade. And the harm we do, we do to ourselves.

It's such a wonderful idea, that when yo Reread Feb No matter how many times I read this book, its effect on me remains the same. It's such a wonderful idea, that when you die you are approached by 5 people you may or may not know who had some kind of impact in your life.

An original premise in itself, I loved following the different people Eddie spoke to and finding out their connection to him. At times heartbreaking and saddening, this story touched me and I strongly recommend it to basically anyone who likes something a bit different but is looking for a relatively quick read.

View all 19 comments. Y'er darned tootin', kid!