Tuesdays with Morrie

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Author: Mitch Albom

ISBN: 978-0-7515-2737-7

Price: 225 INR

Website:http://mitchalbom.com/

After reading Albom’s ‘5 people you meet in heaven‘ I was sure that I wanted to read more of him and hence this is my second read of the same author.

Mitch Albom is a very successful sports writer journalist who is busy..very busy in his life and travels like the speed of lightning..he has no time to even pause and think about himself..He running short on time due to which his love life also suffers but he has no idea what to do to bring it back to normal…

Mitch’s life changes gears only when he sees Morrie,his old professor,on a certain television program and remembers that when he graduated he had promised his old professor that he would stay in touch with him..he also gets to know that Morrie is soon going to die with a disease called ALS [Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis]…that is when he decides to visit the professor..after 16 years..once there he realizes how much he has missed Morrie and that he would want to meet him often now till he is alive. They settle down on an arrangement that they’ll meet every Tuesday and Morrie will teach Mitch 1 lesson of life every time they meet.

There are 14 Tuesdays,that they could manage to meet until Morrie dies…These are presented in the book in a very crisp manner with life’s important lessons in 192 pages.

The book is philosophically toned and very ‘positive-attitude’ oriented book. It teaches of a lot of those things which you might already know but would not have seen from different perspective..It talks about very basic human emotions and realities of life like love,touch,tears,death,family,people etc.

Tuesdays with Morrie is a 1997 non-fiction novel by American writer Mitch Albom. The story was later adapted by Thomas Rickman into a movie of the same name, directed by Mick Jackson….

I also watched the movie and I cried…it does that to you !

My rating for the book is 4*

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7 comments on “Tuesdays with Morrie

  1. Read this years ago when in college back in Bombay. Quite liked it back then. Didn’t know they made a movie based on the book…that’s news to me! 🙂

  2. Titaxy says:

    Oh I liked this one when I read it years ago, Nu. Definitely a good book…didn’t know about the movie though 🙂

  3. Sri says:

    This is ONE of the BOOKS that is always in my Top 5 recommended Reads list. For sure, you will have ‘take aways’ from the book for ur life! I need to catch the movie yet.

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