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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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Heffer

It rox!
Emily

Great book with a Great message of life and death!! Read it, and then read it again!!
Josh

A remarkable book for all ages. I dont usually read many books, however when my dad came to me and said you have to read this, I said sure. I couldnt put it down. We take advantage of life all too often, Morrie took advantage of the time he had.

Josh
myself at age 14

This book is inspirational and funny. But it is book in which you'll see that even when you are sick you can have fun. Its wonderful how one guy’s sickness yet motivation can change in so many ways.
Krissie

Tuesdays With Morrie was absolutly amazing. I have had the chance to experience what Mitch did in the book, learn about life's lessons through a mentor who was passing.
lynda sproles

This was a wonderful and quick read - to be read more than once - to savor more deeply the relationship between Mitch Albom and Professor Morrie Schwartz - to savor the truths that Morrie shared with Mitch. It speaks of all that in life which is important. Is deeply touching and always to be treasured - Mitch's relationship with Morrie will change many lives - and maybe that is one man's life is meant to do - even from his bed - to pour eternal truths into the world dying of starvation - starved of true love - off the roundabout and into lifes true arms. Thank you Morrie and Mitch.
karthik

The most wonderful book I had ever read.
Monique

Tuesday’s With Morrie has quickly stolen my heart. This book made me laugh, cry, and more importantly made me think. I sit and wonder if only "coach" knew how greatly he impacted people one, two, three years after death. But somehow I think he always knew he would either in a book, or through spoken word.

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