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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

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    Oct 2002, 208 pages

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Austin Blackburn

This was a great book written by a good author.
Cassie

This book was insightful, perceptive, and life-changing. It really did change the way you thought on life and how to value the simple things. I'd reccomend it to anyone,
of all ages. Read this book!
Donna

Tuesday's with Morrie is by far the best book i have ever read. I sat down, and read it all in one sitting, it was phenomenal, inspirational, emotional, i can't describle how great this book was. I am only 17, but i have and will continue to reccomend this book to everyone i know. I lost the most important person in my life, my grandmother, in 1999, and this book really helped me to overcome her death, three years later. There are two quotes that really stick out in my mind, and they are

<< "The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in." >>

and

<< "When I'm gone, you talk and i'll listen" >>

Please read this book, it changed my view on so many things, and has honestly made me a better person.
Andrea

When I heard from my former teacher about this book, I was so intrigue to read it. She said this book was so inspirational. When I read the 1st page, it was beautiful until I read the rest of the pages. The book was so gOOd. It will change your perception in LIFE, & it will change your personality in some ways. And also, it will truly change your LIFE. ^_^;
laxgrl315

I thought that the book was very good. I had to read it for a summer reading porject for school. I think that Mitch was very lucky to have a professor like Morrie. The book was also very sad at the end. also my friend had read he same book for the summer reading project for school and we both thought that the book was very inspirational. I learned alot from the book. It is also very goods because Morrie was not afraid of death but alot of other people are but he took it as nothing and he thought that his time was done. mostly at the end of the book it made me cry but also it made me look at the world in a whole new perspective and see how great things are, like Morrie did. I would love to read it again and again.
Kaitlyn

I was assigned to read Tuesdays With Morrie for school. I am only 16 years old and I thought it was one of the best books I have ever read. It is truly a book for people of all ages. I highly reccomend it to everyone (no matter your age). I will take the lessons from Morrie with me throughout the rest of my life.
Tonya Taylor

Beautiful, sad, funny, inspirational, life-changing...this book is all of those things and even more. For me it summarized all the important things in life that I needed not only to hear but also to understand and absorb. It made me cry but most of all it made me SLOW DOWN, LISTEN and THINK about what my life's purpose is and what should be important to me...not things, not my job, not my house but family and people I love.

Morrie Schwartz has taught yet another student about life's greatest lesson...thank you Mitch Albom for bringing Morrie to the masses! And thanks to my dear friend who recommended I read this book!!
Amy G

I' am only a teenager, and I thought this was one of the best books I have read so far. I read it for school, and it only took me 2 days, I couldn't put it down! Once you start reading this book you can't put it down.

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