Time Keeper (Albom)

Book Reviews
A writer with soul.
Los Angeles Times

Once again, Albom gets to the heart of a topic that touches us all. Take time to read this book
Lincoln Journal Star

A compelling and uplifting moral tale...will inspire and satisdy readers in search of a more meditative approach to life in a fast-paced yet wonderful world.
Irish Independent

A wonderful fantasy with characters both human and mythical
Rabbi Jason Miller - Huffington Post

Think of Mitch Albom as the Babe Ruth of popular literature, hitting the ball out of the park every time he's at bat.

There's comfort in Albom's unwavering conviction that our lives have meaning.

This is an unforgettable story, poignant, inspirational and beautifully written. Splendid"

"This exquisitely wrought story has all the magic of a fairytale, but at its core are searching questions about the meaning of life and death, and time... How these three [characters] come together is beautifully conceived, by a writer whose prose is itself perfectly measured.
Good Book Guide (UK)

Albom turns his attention to Father Time in his new fabulist page-turner. Long ago—before a word like "ago" had any meaning—a man named Dor began to chart the passage of time, immediately realizing that "all his days were numbered," and so were his wife's.... With a clever conceit and frequent shifts in perspective, Albom deftly juggles multiple narratives to craft an inspiring tale that will please his fans and newcomers alike.
Publishers Weekly

A story that weaves together religion, philosophy and common sense like classic fables that readers may remember from childhood and reminds people how to try to live each day.

Cleverly constructed fable and "heartrending morality play reminiscent of both A Christmas Carol and It’s a Wonderful Life.

Albom seems to have taken the template for his novel from a corporate report, each page studded with boldfaced passages that would seem to signal something momentous; a person in a hurry could well read just those boldfaced passages and emerge with a pretty good idea of the storyline, which is plenty predictable in any event.
Kirkus Reviews

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