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    Fantastic and awe inspiring.

    As usual Mitch Albom has done superb writing. I loved this book. It delves into the subject of living, and dying and what that truly means for the person who dies and the ramifications of the loved ones left to carry on. The possibility of speaking to a loved one who has passed is something we would all attempt if possible. To speak to that person, one more time would be such a gift.I am always sad when the novel ends. His books offer happiness, love, hate, sorrow and most if all, the feeling of hope. I look forward to his next novel.
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    Mitch Albom never fails.

    If you like Mitch Albom you will like this book. His writing remains tight but expressive. He keeps you wondering giving you time to think about whether the calls are real. This is a lovely book.
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    Thought provoking and insightful

    This book started quite slow for me. I wasn't particularly of the writing style, jumping from person to person and various points in time, but as I read, I caught on, and the storey began to move quite quickly. So hang in there. The message in this book is for all, not just Christians. Try to see beyond the religion to the true spirit. It is intact.
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    Call from Heaven.....

    My favorite Mitch Albom books are "Tuesdays with Morrie" and "The Five People You Meet in Heaven". This story was nice but I still love the other 2 books I mentioned more. As in all of his books, the message in this story is one of love, hope and the Grace of God. Is there an afterlife? None of us know for sure (I don't think we're meant to) but I have faith that there is :)
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    Riveting

    Hard to put down this book had me on edge the whole way through - a great read
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