TBH, the only Mitch Albom book I've read before was [b:The Five People You Meet in Heaven|3431|The Five People You Meet in Heaven|Mitch Albom|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348889243s/3431.jpg|2561472], and then this one. It actually felt like I was reading a [a:Dan Brown|630|Dan Brown|http://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1206553442p2/630.jpg] book due to the short chapters and fast-paced storytelling. Unlike TFPYMiH, this one is less emotional for me, though it was as interesting and as meaningful.
I'm thanking Mitch Albom for bringing me back into the game. See, I've been infected with "Reader's block" for a while now and I can't seem to find a book that would make me feel like "I have to read this book now", until this one. I became so excited on what might happen with Father Time and the two people. So for that, Thank you very much.