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Mitchell David Albom born on May 23, year 1958 is an American journalist, author, and musician. His books have sold more than 40 million copies across the world. Having achieved national recognition as a sports writer early in his career, he is perhaps best known for the inspirational stories and themes found in his books, plays and films. Albom lives in the Detroit with his wife, Janine Sabino.
Albom was born on May 23, year 1958, to a Jewish family in the Passaic, New Jersey. He lived in Buffalo, New York for a time before his family settled in Oaklyn, New Jersey, outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He grew up in a small, middle-class neighborhood that most people never left. Albom was once quoted as saying that his parents were very supportive of him, always saying, “Don’t expect your life to end here. There’s a big world out there. Come out and see them.” This message was serious and they traveled a lot.His brothers currently live in Europe.
Albom’s first non-anthology book was Bo: Life, Laughs, and the Lessons of a College Football Legend (Warner Books), an autobiography of football coach Bo Schembechler, which he co-wrote with the coach. The book was published in August year 1989 and became the Albom’s first New York Times bestseller.
Albom’s next book was Fab Five: Basketball, Trash Talk, The American Dream, a look at the starters on the University of Michigan men’s basketball team that reached the NCAA championship in 1992 as a freshman and in 1993 as a sophomore. The book was published in November year 1993 and also became the New York Times bestseller.
Albom got his start in radio in 1987 on WLLZ-Detroit, a now-defunct active rock radio station. He worked on the station’s morning show as a sportscaster and in 1988 started a Sunday night sports talk show, The Sunday Sports Albom, which is credited with being one of the first sports talk shows to air on the FM Radio.
In 1996 he joined WJR, Detroit’s powerhouse clear channel network, where he airs a general talk show five days a week focused on entertainment, writing, current events and culture. He was named Best Afternoon Talk Show Host by the Michigan Broadcasters Association and voted Best Talk Show Host in Detroit by Hour Detroit magazine. In 2001, the show was simulcast nationally on MSNBC. Albom continues to give a show from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET After his Monday show, he hosts an hour-long sports talk show called The Monday Sports Albom.
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Drifting on a raft after a fatal boat explosion, ten people struggle to survive at sea. Three days pass. Without water, without food, without hope, they discover a man swimming in the waves. They push him inside.
“Thank God we found you,” says a passenger.
“I am the Lord,” the man whispers.
Thus begins Mitch Albom’s most disturbing novel yet.
Albom has written about heaven in the acclaimed bestsellers The Five People You’ll Meet in Heaven and The First Phone Call From Heaven. Now, for the first time in his fiction, he wonders what we would do if God actually appeared before us after we cried out for divine help.
In The Stranger in the Lifeboat, Albom leaves us wondering until the very end: Is this strange man really who he says he is? What really happened to cause the explosion? Are the survivors in heaven or hell? The story is told by Benji, one of the passengers, who recounts the events in a notebook that is discovered a year later when the empty life raft reaches the island of Montserrat. He falls to the island’s chief inspector, Jarty LeFleur, a man battling his own demons to solve the mystery of what really happened.
A fast-paced and captivating novel that will make you reflect on your deepest beliefs. The Stranger in the Lifeboat suggests that answers to our prayers can be found where we least expect them.
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Bestselling author Mitch Albom has done it again. I wrote a story that has left me deeply.
No wonder I have all his books.
Just when he thought he had figured things out… Plot twist. One that was not expected.
And another, and another, and another.
stand out Two quotes: “So why don’t people come back to earth after they die?” The stranger smiled. “Why would you want that?”
And yes. With science you have explained the sun. You explained the stars I put in the sky. You have explained all the great and small creatures with which I have populated the earth. You even explained my greatest creation to me. -What’s that? I asked. ‘You.’
There are no spoilers here. You have to read the book yourself.
All I know is that I couldn’t stop reading until I finished.
Five stars, highly recommended. I will definitely read it again.
Tip: don’t start before bed. I promise you won’t sleep!
When Benji looked out to sea, all he saw was blue and there was no end in sight. Knowing that the odds were stacked against him, he and the others had been drifting aimlessly for three days. The chance of salvation was slim, and yet he prayed. He prayed even though he knew he hadn’t talked to God in many years.
and he hoped that his request would be granted.
His only consolation is a diary in which he writes to his wife, recording his efforts to survive. As he and the others slowly descend into despair, a body appears nearby, not a fellow passenger from the damaged ship, but a man who claims to be the answer to all his prayers.
What would you do if God appeared before your eyes and spoke to you and told you that your prayers were answered? It is normal to be skeptical, I know I would have my doubts, but I would also be amazed and hopeful. This book was just wonderful and I loved every minute of it. Mitch Albom can always be counted on not only to write a well-written and entertaining book, but also to make the reader look inside himself and feel something new.
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