New Jersey-born Mitch Albom cut his teeth as a writer initially as a sports journalist, gradually shifting from life as a freelancer to winning multiple awards writing for the Detroit Free Press. The seeds of his 1997 phenomenon Tuesdays with Morrie lay in Albom reconnecting with his sometime sociology professor Morrie Schwartz, and the result was a slim volume of conversations that struck a deep chord with the American public. Albom continued his success with 2003’s The Five People You Meet in Heaven, a novel which similarly touched on life’s lessons, albeit as fable. Over several books since, Albom has examined similar themes of fate and redemption.
The bestselling author of Tuesdays With Morrie returns with an uplifting and emotionally profound novel revolving around a group of ten strangers adrift on a raft and the mysterious figure who claims he can save them all.
Books by Mitch Albom
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