Anyone ever read ‘Tuesdays with Morrie’?
Not yet. It’s on my shelves.
Waiting to share points with u whenever u r done with it.
Yes I did and I loved it!
Yes. I liked it, and The Five People You Meet in Heaven.
Read that too but Morrie tops the list.
I like Five People better, but all his books are great!
Yes! Absolutely fantastic ❤
Yes and I loved it!
THE BEST EVER!!!! <3
Hi Nora? Do you have this book PDF format?
One of the best novels I’ve read. It’s sad yet so beautiful. You can learn a lot from that memoir.
Including from the patience of that Young Man Mitch.
How to live life
Exactly, without Regrets.
Great book, a little difficult to handle at times; remarkable life lessons dwell in those pages :):):)
It’s the Life lessons in it that assists me in daily living. On how to manage situations without letting myself be stressed by them.
Yes very good
Yes loved it!
Yes….A long time back…..Loved it! I like all of Mitch Albom’s books.
yeah! made me think…
Indeed, it opens up yo thinking tank n stir facts of life.
Got the book..havent read it.
Try it, u won’t be disappointed.
Yes! Very interesting.
Yes. It touched me deeply. Never forgotten it.
Have heard about this book much. It’s there on my ‘To read list’!
Give yoself time, u won’t regret.
I just can’t. I’ve picked it up many times, but it always goes back on the to-be-read book case. To give you a hint, it has been there since 1997…
What’s the catch? Is it too deep for u or It’s too slow?
U’ll be surprised, it might take u a day or two, if u’r a fast reader.
Not everyone enjoys the same books. I enjoyed the read and how each chapter was expressed. Maybe because I’m older?? I ‘ve read all of his books- couldn’t get into the last one- so didn’t read it! If you’re not enjoying the read- move one- donate the books and be done with it.
Exactly, Pass it forward.
One of the best of Mitch Albom.. thought provoking one.
What kind of book is it??
“Maybe it was a grandparent, or a teacher, or a colleague. Someone older, patient and wise, who understood you when you were young and searching, helped you see the world as a more profound place, gave you sound advice to help you make your way through it.
For Mitch Albom, that person was Morrie Schwartz, his college professor from nearly twenty years ago.”
That’s the Cover and the Caption on the Back Page.
@Li do you have PDF format???
Is it norm?? If so could you share it to me PDF format
Love Mitch Albom but not read this one!
Oh you must make a plan to read it Rebecca, it’s a great story.
A beautiful story, as are any of his books that I have read
Fabulous! Also read the 5 people you meet in heaven
I loved this book – I was reading a bit every day sitting in a hospital waiting room while my partner had physical therapy for a week. Near the end of the book I was sitting there crying with people giving me strange looks.
Yes and saw a play based on it really enjoyed it
I saw the Movie, which as always, didn’t really do justice to the Book. I did enjoy the movie though, as I visualised Morrie dancing without a care in the world.
Yes and very much loved it! You should read it!
Yes and The five people you meet in heaven.
Loved it Read all Mitch Albom’s book
Lovely book. Read it then got ‘The 5 People You Meet In Heaven’ and just finished that last week. I’ll be looking for his other books next week.
I did cry. I think this should be a requirement as human beings that everyone read this. Its a great telling that creates introspective and provoking thoughts of ones own life.
I would support that Requirement too??
I did ?
Heart breaking? By the time I read the Last Word, Death became part of My Life. Meaning, I fear Death Not, instead I embrace it as part of Life.
@Li yes heart breaking !and makes One think about everything . I loved it?❤️
Haven’t read it,but I did read have a little faith.. Cried like a baby!
That’s on my TBR pile ! Can’t wait to read it too ?
I loved it as his other books.
Mitch Albom is a particular favorite of mine… One of those authors that I buy everything he writes….
I know what you mean. It’s like me and the Works of Jamie Cullum in Music, buying everything he produces. If I don’t like it first time, I get used to it n end up liking it..
Yes -very good
I read it earlier this year, a really good read, very moving.
Warm Huggies. I guess You will have to heal first before embarking on such a book. It’s quite emotionally challenging.
I read it in 1998/99 thereabouts. Wonderful book.
It’s My Bible.
read it and got on audio too
Really? Audio thingy. How Do I get hold of the Audio version.
i have cd. it came into charity shop i worked in. actually went amazingly quick when i listened. i though thats not book finished already but it was.
@Astell I am so jealous right now. I wish I was the one with Audio, #krkrkrkrkrkrkrkrkr.
Youd be welcome to borrow by post as a fellow book person. And because its a fantastic book
I read it, thought it was wonderful. I lost all of my grandparents over 20 years ago, & that reminded me of them…
Its one of my favourites
Mine Too Aka.
Loved it! In my Top 10
Mitch Albom is one of a kind.. I also suggest “five people you meet in heaven” another book by Mitch 🙂
Loved it too.
It’s definitely on my TBR list. Anything Mitch Albom tugs at the heartstrings.
Such an amazing book!!!
My daughter has when she was a teenager.
I have not read any of Mitch’s novels, but I loved reading his columns.
Read it.. it’s lovely
about 4 times! so good!
It is a very special read!
I loved that book. You might also enjoy The Last Phone Calls from Heaven by Mitch Albom.
And “The Five People You Meet on the Way to Heaven,” or something like that; it’s a great read.
Yes touching and insightful.
Yes loved it.
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