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Have you ever thought about what is the meaning of life Where are you come from Where are you going Why are you here Is it destiny or coincidence Or have you thought about why is life a terminal disease Why does everyone has to die Whats heaven like Whats hell like If you read this book the five people you meet in heaven by Mitch Albom you will understand everything The story starts with the main character Eddies last 50 min on earth How interesting is that He dies while trying to save a girl from a falling cart He wakes in heaven he meets five people some he knew some are strangers to him Each of them explained the whys and hows of Eddies life and taught him a lesson I think this novel is a great success Although most stories happens in heaven the main character Eddie is a human his actions and things are very logic and realistic He has worries fears faults and emotional moments which all proved that hes very real The story evolves in a way that you always want to know what happens next to Eddie And I think Eddie is worth remembering he always gives me impressions of kindness innocence and righteousness So the book definitely passed the test of character Usually when people think of heaven it is always a paradise like garden where you float on clouds laze on a river but this book approaches the subject by introducing a heaven where you meet five people and have your life explained I think it is very creative and it just immediately grabs your attention and captures your curiosity So it also pasts the test of theme I enjoyed very bit of this book Id say its my favorite book so far It has easy vocabulary the subject of heaven and meanings of life deals with everybody I mean eventually we
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