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The Five People You Meet In Heaven - by Mitch Albom


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cubsfan gave this book a rating of 10 on 2009-10-29

Summary

The Five People You Meet In heavan is about an older man who works as a maintainc. he fixes carnival rides and makes pipe cleaner animals. One day something goes rong, wear a ride is broken. And Eddie trys to stop it from falling and crashing to the grownd. (eddie is the main charecter in the book). Wile trying to stop the ride from falling,a little girl is wear the ride is about to fall. Eddie runs faster than he has ever ran befor. the ride is falling at 30 miles per houre. he makes it to the little girl but eddie is...... DEAD. and all he remembers is the little girls hands.

Recommendations

I would recomend this book to anyone. It isn't just a girl book and it isn't just a boy book.
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soxfan17 gave this book a rating of 7 on 2009-10-31

Summary

The Five People You Meet In Heaven is about an old man named Eddie who is 83 years old and has a bad leg from getting shot in the war. He works as a maintenance at Ruby Pier amusement park. Everything is going fine till a ride called "Freddy's Free Fall" breaks down. Eddie tries to save a little girl, but has a bad leg. Eddie feels her hands touch his but then something happens to Eddie, and he finds himself meeting 5 mysterious people he knows, and doesn't know in a strange place. You're going to have to read the book to find out what happened to Eddie and the little girl.

Recommendations

I recommend this book to students who like fantasy and a little mystery because this book will make want to keep reading on to find out what happens. I like the similes the book uses and how it's filled with drama, fantasy and a little mystery. I liked the book but some parts of it got a little boring after a while and took a long time to get to the point. But overall it was a pretty good book.
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