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Tuesdays With Morrie

An Old Man, A Young Man & The Last Great Lesson

by Mitch Albom

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Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom
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    Sep 1997, 192 pages

    Oct 2002, 208 pages


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To be quite honest, I have never liked reading. Whether it is for school or for "pleasure", reading has always been a chore to me. So the idea of summer reading for school did not please me. Why should I have to read when it was my time to be free? I resented it. However, it was my mom who suggested that I read this book. I figured, "Why not? It's short and it doesn't seem too bad." Well, bad was far from it. Tuesdays with Morrie completely changed my view on reading. For the first time in a long time, I actually enjoyed reading. The book made me feel like I was actually in the room with Morrie and Mitch during their Tuesday meetings having a conversation with them. The book not only inspired a love of reading within me once again, but also taught me so many lessons that I know I can apply to my own life. These are lessons that I will take with me and cherish forever.

This is the best book I have ever read. It has made me look at life from a different perspective. It has made me a better person.

I had to read this book for my psychology class. It's really changed my outlook on a lot of things. It's an amazing book just have a box of tissues ready!!

This is by far the best book I have ever read. It made me a better person and I will never forget it. I will continue to read this book once a year.
N.A. Pontanares

This book really inspires you to live your life to the fullest. It'll enlighten and give you insights on dealing with life.
This book motivates and somehow change my perspectives in life. A book about life, love, compassion and death.

No matter how old you are, how you are or what happened in your life, this story would help you to live better and to understand your life in a new perspective. It did it with me.

This book is so powerful and full of inspirtation. I think it really changes the way that each of us looks at life and the way we live it. I can easily say that this is the best book I have ever read.

Tuesday with Morrie is the most inspirational books I have read in a long time. Once you open the book you will not want to put it down. The lessons of a dying old man who charmed us with his loving and spunky persona, teaching lifes lessons through love, compassion, forgiveness, and even death.

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