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The Five People You Meet in Heaven
Mitch Albom - 2003-09-23
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A war veteran named Eddie dies trying to save a little girl at an amusement park. He awakens in the afterlife and meets five people who explain his life to him. Through their stories, Eddie learns the unexpected connections of his life and the meaning behind it. An emotional novel that challenges our conceptions of heaven and the purpose of our lives.
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The Choice
Embrace the Possible
Edith Eva Eger - 2017-09-05
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Surviving the Holocaust and years of guilt and trauma, a brave woman shares her journey of healing and forgiveness. The Choice explores how our minds can keep us imprisoned and how we can find the key to freedom. With moving stories of those she's helped to heal, this life-changing book provides hope and comfort to its readers.
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When All Is Said
A Novel
Anne Griffin - 2019-03-05
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A moving story about the power of reflection and the people who shape us. Join Maurice Hannigan as he toasts five individuals who have defined his life over the course of a single night. From his late wife to his troubled sister-in-law, each drink brings forth memories of triumphs, regrets, and feuds. When All Is Said is a poignant exploration of the lessons we learn from those closest to us and the importance of cherishing those relationships while we can.
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Twelve Thousand Days
A memoir of love and loss
Éilís Ní Dhuibhne - 2018-09-06
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"Twelve Thousand Days" is a candid and moving memoir about a thirty-year relationship between Éilís Ní Dhuibhne and the love of her life, a renowned folklorist. This remarkable story about love, grief, and time is woven with sharp observations on Irish life, culture, and morality. Join the club of X-ray eyes and dive into this unforgettable memoir.
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Before I Die
Jenny Downham - 2007-07-05
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This book follows Tessa, a young woman with only months to live, as she experiences life to the fullest through her To Do Before I Die list. Through new experiences and relationships, Tessa navigates the complexities of her own feelings and relationships with those around her, in the precious moments before her time runs out.
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The First Phone Call From Heaven
A Novel
Mitch Albom - 2013-11-12
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This captivating novel follows a small town on Lake Michigan, as its citizens start receiving phone calls from the afterlife. Is it a miracle or a hoax? Grief-stricken single father, Sully Harding, is determined to find out. The First Phone Call From Heaven is an allegory about the power of belief, full of emotion and unexpected surprises. A page-turner that will touch your soul, Mitch Albom's masterful storytelling is among the best-loved of our time.
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Restless Souls
Dan Sheehan - 2018-02-08
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Three childhood friends embark on a journey to help their war-correspondent friend recover from the trauma of the Siege of Sarajevo. They travel to a Californian clinic called Restless Souls for an unlikely cure, but end up confronting their own demons. This darkly comic and deeply moving story is an extraordinary portrait of male friendship, the power of memory, and the weight of tragedy.
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A Novel
Emily Ruskovich - 2017-01-01
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"Idaho" is a gripping work of fiction that tells the story of a family gathering wood on an August day, only to experience a shocking and unimaginable event that scatters them all in different directions. Told from multiple perspectives and through razor-sharp prose, this book examines the lasting effects of violence, love, and memory on the lives of its characters.