I recently read "The Five People You Meet In Heaven" and i really enjoyed it. I was wondering if his other two novels "Tuesdays with Morrie" and "For One More Day" are just as good?
I've only read Tuesdays with Morie, but I enjoyed that. It wasn't spectacular, but it was good for what it was. I think The Five People You Meet in Heaven and TWM are supposed to be similar enough in theme and execution that if you like one you'll probably like the other, but I don't know for sure.
I have read The Five People You Meet In Heaven and For One More Day and enjoyed them both. Not literature like Steinbeck but still very enjoyable.
It was not depressing at all for me. I also thought that The Lovely Bones was a little depressing, not my cup of tea.Is For One More Day overly depressing? Im not a fan of books with sad endings. I read Alice Sebold's "The Lovely Bones" and that was too depressing for me to finish.
I thought The Five People You Meet in Heaven was ridiculously simplistic. I like the general idea, but have read around the subject a fair bit over the past few years, and this is not, in any way, the best. Still, I guess it's a lighthearted introduction to the general life after death theme. Tuesdays With Morrie, on the other hand, was a good read. Sweet and endearing, with amiable characters.