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I really like all Mitch Albom books. His narratives are simple, characters are real, his stories are deep yet simple and his life lessons are hard hitting and relevant. 

This is true with The Time Keeper. 

Father Time exists. He was once a little boy who followed his curious mind and began measuring time. Every single time we say that we have no time, need more time or want time to fly - we need to remember that we are placed exactly in that moment to move the world forward. 

The story is simple. Albom pieced together what all of us knew all along. Most people do not appreciate the time that they are given - some want more, some want less. With want, we are either looking back or looking ahead without looking around and realizing that what you have is plenty. 

I liked the book. It wasn't a wake up call nor profound in its message. 

Read more about The Time Keeper on Goodreads here

 


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    I get lost in books and live their lives until I turn the last page. I ponder a while, carry the laughter, shed a few tears and sigh. Then the thirst for more arises. 


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