A few good reads by Mitch Albom

A few good reads by Mitch Albom

A few good reads by Mitch Albom

by June 10, 2013 1 comment

Mitch Albom, the American bestseller author is popularly known for taking his readers on a ride to a different world limiting all of it to various aspects of real life. Though most of the content might seem to many a mere fantasy, you won’t find it too difficult putting it all together, coming up with something that makes complete sense. Listed below are some of Mitch’s most popular reads that surely deserve a place in your bookshelf.

Tuesdays With Morrie:

Tuesdays With MorriePublished in 1997, the memoir talks about the time the author has spent with Morrie Schwartz who was once his professor at the Brandeis University. Schwartz is now 78 years old, and Mitch has not been in contact with him for almost 16 years. One find day, after watching Schwartz on the Nightline, Mitch calls him up. They meet on Tuesdays. The Tuesdays With Morrie is about all that they discuss during the 14 Tuesdays they meet.

For One More Day:

For One More DayThe story is about a mother and a son. “What would you do if you get a chance to spend one more day with your lost loved one? The For One More Day answers the question. The story takes a wide turn when the lead character ‘Charley’ ends up as a broken man. His life is completely disrupted He is now an alcoholic and full of regrets. Worse, he also loses his job. Eventually he leaves his family. There is a lot more to the story. You got to grab your book to find out.

Have A Little Faith:

Have A Little FaithAlbert L. Lewis, a rabbi wanted Mitch Albom to deliver the eulogy at his death. Albom agreed to it and proceeds to know the Rabbi more through a series of conversations and interviews. The writer also bumped into an African-American protestant pastor Henry Covington an ex-drug addict and a dealer. Albom credits the Rabbi and the Pastor for making him believe in something really amazing.

And the Winner Is:

The story is based on Tyler Johnes, a movie star who finds a spot into the Oscar nominations. Unfortunately, he dies a day before the awards. Johnes is now too curious to find out if he wins and therefore wants to return back to earth. He does, and what happens next is highly interesting. It’s all about Hollywood, the afterlife and the way humans are finally judged.

The Time Keeper:

The Time KeeperThe inventor of the world’s first clock faces a severe punishment for trying to measure the greatest gift from God. He is forced to live in a cave for centuries. He is finally heartbroken. Fortunately, the inventor called the ‘Father Time’ is granted freedom. He also gets an hourglass and a mission to teach two earthly humans the actual meaning of time.

Apart from the ones listed above, you would also want to get check out a few others.

  • The Five People You Meet In Heaven
  • Duck Hunter Shoots Angel
  • The Live Albom series
  • Fab Five: Basketball, Trash Talk, the American Dream

All of these are sure to keep you interested throughout. Grab the best deals on these by comparing prices online. compareraja.in can help you out with that.

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  1. Yamini
    #1 Yamini 12 June, 2013, 17:01

    The Five People You Meet In Heaven was my first Mitch Albom read and I have fallen in love with him since then! The Time Keeper is next on my list 🙂

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