The Next Person You Meet in Heaven

The Next Person You Meet in Heaven

In this enchanting sequel to the number one bestseller The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Mitch Albom tells the story of Eddie?s heavenly reunion with Annie?the little girl he saved on earth?in an unforgettable novel of how our lives and losses intersect.Fifteen years ago, in Mitch Albom?s beloved novel, The Five People You Meet in Heaven, the world fell in love with Eddi In this enchanting sequel to the number one bestseller The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Mitch Albom tells the ...

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Title:The Next Person You Meet in Heaven
Author:Mitch Albom
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:B079YVF6Y9
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

The Next Person You Meet in Heaven Reviews

  • Kathy McC
    Oct 20, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

    Yet another outstanding book by Mitch Albom. Touch me in ways I can never imagine. Annie's love for her dog Cleo and Cleo's love for Annie reminds me of my little pomeranian pup, Whisky. This is another must read from Mitch Albom! ...

    This book more than lives up to the first. Now please excuse me while I go cry myself to sleep and contemplate my existence. ...

    I loved Mitch Albom and I always will. This is the first book of his, so far, that I?ve ever rated less than 4-5 stars... and I?ve read all his novels. This book was good, of course, but it just didn?t have the same magical vibe that his past works have. It seemed kind of mashed ...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, the immensely popular novel about the life and death of ?Eddie Maintenance?. Though the protagonist in this story is the little girl, Annie, who Eddie saved in the previous story, this is also a c...

    I was provided with an ARC by the publisher .. The five people you meet in heaven was the first book I had ever read by Mitch Albom and it was such a deep and meaningful story that really sticks with you. So when I saw that I had won an ARC for the sequel I was beyond excited, and I...

    I received this ARC via Goodreads Giveaway Humanity is blessed to have an author like Mitch Albom. This book reminds its reader page after page that being able to feel is a blessing. READ FULL REVIEW HERE: https://anescapewithinthepagesblog.wo... ...

    This was a good read, but not a great one. There were some ideas to ponder, but there were also many cliches. I have read all of Albom's books, and this one falls at the end of the list. Sorry, Mitch. "We humans make so much of out time on earth. We measure it, we compare it, we p...

  • Linda
    Nov 12, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

  • Marialyce
    Nov 09, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

  • Ron Charles
    Oct 09, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

  • Mary
    Oct 11, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

  • Renee (itsbooktalk.com)
    Oct 09, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

  • Stefanie
    Oct 17, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

  • Rehan Abd Jamil
    Oct 21, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

  • Dawn
    Aug 25, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

  • Samantha
    Oct 18, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

    Yet another outstanding book by Mitch Albom. Touch me in ways I can never imagine. Annie's love for her dog Cleo and Cleo's love for Annie reminds me of my little pomeranian pup, Whisky. This is another must read from Mitch Albom! ...

    This book more than lives up to the first. Now please excuse me while I go cry myself to sleep and contemplate my existence. ...

    I loved Mitch Albom and I always will. This is the first book of his, so far, that I?ve ever rated less than 4-5 stars... and I?ve read all his novels. This book was good, of course, but it just didn?t have the same magical vibe that his past works have. It seemed kind of mashed ...

  • Charlotte Jones
    Oct 09, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

  • Irene
    May 28, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

  • Suzanne
    Oct 09, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

  • Cindy Eliza
    Oct 28, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

    Yet another outstanding book by Mitch Albom. Touch me in ways I can never imagine. Annie's love for her dog Cleo and Cleo's love for Annie reminds me of my little pomeranian pup, Whisky. This is another must read from Mitch Albom! ...

  • Randy M.
    Jun 12, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

    Yet another outstanding book by Mitch Albom. Touch me in ways I can never imagine. Annie's love for her dog Cleo and Cleo's love for Annie reminds me of my little pomeranian pup, Whisky. This is another must read from Mitch Albom! ...

    This book more than lives up to the first. Now please excuse me while I go cry myself to sleep and contemplate my existence. ...

    I loved Mitch Albom and I always will. This is the first book of his, so far, that I?ve ever rated less than 4-5 stars... and I?ve read all his novels. This book was good, of course, but it just didn?t have the same magical vibe that his past works have. It seemed kind of mashed ...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, the immensely popular novel about the life and death of ?Eddie Maintenance?. Though the protagonist in this story is the little girl, Annie, who Eddie saved in the previous story, this is also a c...

  • david y biblioflick
    Jun 21, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

  • - ̗̀ kristyn  ̖́-
    Nov 09, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

  • Vernie♡
    Apr 25, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

  • Kristen
    Nov 03, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

  • Ariel
    Aug 19, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

    Yet another outstanding book by Mitch Albom. Touch me in ways I can never imagine. Annie's love for her dog Cleo and Cleo's love for Annie reminds me of my little pomeranian pup, Whisky. This is another must read from Mitch Albom! ...

    This book more than lives up to the first. Now please excuse me while I go cry myself to sleep and contemplate my existence. ...

    I loved Mitch Albom and I always will. This is the first book of his, so far, that I?ve ever rated less than 4-5 stars... and I?ve read all his novels. This book was good, of course, but it just didn?t have the same magical vibe that his past works have. It seemed kind of mashed ...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, the immensely popular novel about the life and death of ?Eddie Maintenance?. Though the protagonist in this story is the little girl, Annie, who Eddie saved in the previous story, this is also a c...

    I was provided with an ARC by the publisher .. The five people you meet in heaven was the first book I had ever read by Mitch Albom and it was such a deep and meaningful story that really sticks with you. So when I saw that I had won an ARC for the sequel I was beyond excited, and I...

    I received this ARC via Goodreads Giveaway Humanity is blessed to have an author like Mitch Albom. This book reminds its reader page after page that being able to feel is a blessing. READ FULL REVIEW HERE: https://anescapewithinthepagesblog.wo... ...

  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    Sep 25, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

  • Brooke Nuzie
    Nov 08, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

    Yet another outstanding book by Mitch Albom. Touch me in ways I can never imagine. Annie's love for her dog Cleo and Cleo's love for Annie reminds me of my little pomeranian pup, Whisky. This is another must read from Mitch Albom! ...

    This book more than lives up to the first. Now please excuse me while I go cry myself to sleep and contemplate my existence. ...

  • Meghan
    Apr 19, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

  • Samantha Sim
    Sep 09, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

  • Brenna Clark
    May 27, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

  • Louise Wilson
    Oct 06, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

  • Ruthy lavin
    Oct 13, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

  • Pauline
    Sep 15, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

  • Emmaleigh
    Jul 19, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...

    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10... Endings are also beginnings, we just don?t know it at the time?.. I don?t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don?t know anyone that won?t love this book either. It is so needed in the times...

    [ 3 stars ] was it enjoyable? kind of. was it repetitive from the last book? kind of. was it underwhelming? yes. did i like the ending? not at all ...

    Yet another outstanding book by Mitch Albom. Touch me in ways I can never imagine. Annie's love for her dog Cleo and Cleo's love for Annie reminds me of my little pomeranian pup, Whisky. This is another must read from Mitch Albom! ...

    This book more than lives up to the first. Now please excuse me while I go cry myself to sleep and contemplate my existence. ...

    I loved Mitch Albom and I always will. This is the first book of his, so far, that I?ve ever rated less than 4-5 stars... and I?ve read all his novels. This book was good, of course, but it just didn?t have the same magical vibe that his past works have. It seemed kind of mashed ...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, the immensely popular novel about the life and death of ?Eddie Maintenance?. Though the protagonist in this story is the little girl, Annie, who Eddie saved in the previous story, this is also a c...

    I was provided with an ARC by the publisher .. The five people you meet in heaven was the first book I had ever read by Mitch Albom and it was such a deep and meaningful story that really sticks with you. So when I saw that I had won an ARC for the sequel I was beyond excited, and I...

  • Jack (That English Guy who Reads)
    Oct 26, 2018

    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven! Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed ...

    4 uplifting stars My reviews can be seen here: https://wordpress.com/post/yayareadsl... I was once told in a college Philosophy course that we, as humans are made of energy. The professor then went on to say that energy can never be destroyed and asked us to form our own conclusion...

    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel. After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happen...

    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first. The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. S...

    ?The Next Person? follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hour...

    How did I not know a sequel was coming out to my favorite book of all time? ...

    I?ve been an enormous fan of the work of Mitch Albom for a few years and I?ve read all of his books - each one has taught me different valuable life lessons, everything from finding that little bit of extra empathy for people, to really listening and finding understanding for what ...

    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry. ...

    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom publishedThe Five People You Meet in Heaven! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was ki...

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the ...

    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is...

    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next ?" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, y...

    Awwwwwwww. ...

    Not Mitch's best, but still an interesting story. Part of the action is very reminiscent of very recent news that was very sad. ...

    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and dev...

    He never failed to amaze me... ...

    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilers So this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's c...

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn?t even know that there was a sequel to ?Five People? coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she ...

    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . ...

    "...when you first get to heaven, you meet five people from your time on earth. They were all in your life for a reason... They teach you something you didn't realize while you were alive. It helps you understand the things you went through."It has been 8 years since I read The Five P...

    First of all, it needs to be said that this is a very fulfilling sequel to one of my all-time favourite books. Albom delivers everything as before but manages to make sure it is not a carbon copy of The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Where the character Eddie worries about a meanin...