The Time Keeper


As of July 2013 at least six professional reviews were written about The Time Keeper. Four reviewers liked the book and two considered the book a waste of time. Rabbi Jason Miller said of the book, "Time is on our wrists and computer screens, on our cell phones and on the walls of our home, but Mitch Albom teaches us that being a time keeper is not the way to live."[4] A review in the Publishers Weekly website said "Albom deftly juggles multiple narratives to craft an inspiring tale that will please his fans and newcomers alike."[5] A review in the website said, "Albom has gained a well-deserved reputation for writing about matters of faith, mortality and the afterlife in ways that resonate with readers. In The Time Keeper, he does the same thing in a story that also reminds people how to try to live each day."[6] A reviewer for the Deseret News online also liked this book. She wrote, "Mitch Albom . . . returns to fiction with a unique and inspiring new book titled 'The Time Keeper.'"[7]

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