The First Phone Call From Heaven - Mitch Albom

The First Phone Call From Heaven

By Mitch Albom

  • Release Date: 2013-11-12
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 2.01 MB
Score: 4
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Description

The First Phone Call from Heaven tells the story of a small town on Lake Michigan that gets worldwide attention when its citizens start receiving phone calls from the afterlife. Is it the greatest miracle ever or a massive hoax? Sully Harding, a grief-stricken single father, is determined to find out. An allegory about the power of belief—and a page-turner that will touch your soul—Albom's masterful storytelling has never been so moving and unexpected.

Readers of The Five People You Meet in Heaven will recognize the warmth and emotion so redolent of Albom's writing, and those who haven't yet enjoyed the power of his storytelling, will thrill at the discovery of one of the best-loved writers of our time.

Reviews

  • Disappointed

    2
    By Kentucky Kid 69
    Liked the idea for the story, but I never really felt like I cared about any of the characters. This book felt very amateurish to me.
  • Couldn’t get through it.

    3
    By Jopagocks
    A lot of characters to follow makes you feel removed from the book.
  • Youn buyun

    4
    By Princess Stela
    Through yubuuu
  • Very interesting read!

    4
    By chillkath16
    A lot of characters to follow still a very well written story. I highly recommend this book
  • First Call geography?

    2
    By Mrediess
    I really looked forward to reading this book. I’ve enjoyed the other Mitch Albom books and expected the same quality in this one. I’m also a Michigan native, like Mitch. I’ve only just started this book, but I am dismayed at the lack of geographical accuracy. In the book, the town this happens in, Coldwater, is located near Lake Michigan in the northern lower peninsula. In reality, Coldwater is located in southern Michigan a little west of the center of the state, nearly to the Indiana border. The book describes Coldwater as being in Alpena County, which is on the east side of the state although it is in the northern part. I don’t know why this bothers me so bad, but you’d think I’m Michigan native, like the author, would want to get things right. I’m also finding the story to be a bit disjointed. The author skips from character to character, practically from one sentence to the next, Without any segue or visual warning that the Author is now describing a completely different character. I may read it to the end but those little inconsistencies like place locations in character jumping make it really difficult to concentrate on the message.
  • Good stuff

    4
    By KHWheeler
    Liked this, a quick read and lovely story that kept my attention.
  • Awesome read!

    5
    By Mo3zzy
    Such a beautiful, inspiring read with an unexpected ending. Must read!
  • Ok story by meaning a bit obscured

    3
    By Long legion
    I loved Tuesday's with Morrie and the five people but this one just doesn't seem up to the standard of those two. It was a decent story although highly improbable and you could we where it was going along about page 150.
  • Love it!!

    5
    By BMW369
    Great book and is very interesting
  • Pandering

    1
    By 4488662
    Pandering pablum of nonsense exploiting those who need to believe in fairy tales. Sorry but don't waste your time or money on such useless dribble.

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