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Comment from: Alicia [Visitor]  

I agree with you about Mr. Albom’s detachment. I think that’s what gives me the impression he’s preachy.
I don’t like his books. The ideas are good, but the resolutions offered are easy, child-like.
His books are too soft and mushy for me.
Are his columns any different?

08/02/07 @ 15:58
Comment from: [Member]

They’re not typically soft and mushy, no. But most of his stuff is sports related, so it would be hard most of the time to make those soft and mushy.

08/02/07 @ 16:03
Comment from: booboo [Visitor]  

I can’t stand Mitch Albom. Waaay overrated as a writer and person. My undergraduate institution gave his book (tuesdays with morrie) out to every freshman who entered college. That was a lot of people. A lot of books. And he refused to come speak at a leadership ceremony our university was holding that honored exceptional teachers and coaches because we wouldn’t give him enough money. And trust me, we were offering up plenty. And he was rude and horrible. Can’t stand him.

Okay, I’m done now. HA. Sorry.

08/02/07 @ 20:15
Comment from: ValerieMarie [Visitor]  

this is really a qood book. it makes me remind my mom everyday that i am thankful to have her in my life. and for everythinq that she does. you dont know how qood you have it until one day you wake up and its qone :(. so don’t let this happen to you. appricate the small stuff in life. live love lauqh. ;)

04/27/09 @ 13:04
Comment from: kiven [Visitor]

good book

09/04/11 @ 17:53

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