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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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    Loved it

    I feel it gives people hope. I like the end where Sully finds out his suspicions were accurate. Then he truly does get the first phone call from heaven.
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    Call answer

    Does the call change you or your change bought the call?
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    fantastic

    Loved it and love all his books. He has a way of writing that makes me never want to put the book down until it is done.
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