The First Phone Call From Heaven
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One last chance.
What would you say?
When the residents of a small town on Lake Michigan start receiving phone calls from the afterlife, they all become the subject of widespread attention. Is it the greatest miracle ever or a massive hoax? Sully Harding, a grief-stricken single father, is determined to find out. This is a story about the power of belief - and a page-turner that will touch your soul.
The internationally bestselling and inspirational author of Tuesdays with Morrie and The Five People You Meet in Heaven, returns with his most moving, surprising and compelling novel yet. The perfect introduction, or re-introduction, to the masterful storytelling of one of the best-loved writers of our time.
|Number Of Pages||320|
|Item Height||24 mm|
|Item Width||126 mm|
|Item Weight||240 Gram|
|Product Dimensions||126 x 24 x 196|
|Format||Paperback | 320|
|Book Overview||* Promoted to Mitch Albom's huge online fanbase * Competitions to bring in new readers, e.g. Gransnet and netmums * Womens fiction bloggers to spread the word * Campaign asking: One last chance. What would you say?|
Mitch Albom sees the magical in the ordinary * Cecelia Ahern *
You will be shaken, stirred and, finally, a little teary. Gorgeous * Star *
It's set to be a word-of-mouth hit. Buy it, read it, then pass it on * Woman *
This page-turner challenges beliefs about relationships, loss and life after death * The Sun *
This story unfurls with grace and drama . . . most enjoyable * Sunday Mirror *
His most moving and surprising novel yet * Take A Break Fiction Feast *
This will have you reaching for the tissues * No.1 Magazine *
Beautiful and smart. Perhaps the most stirring and transcendent heaven story since Field of Dreams * Matthew Quick, author of The Silver Linings Playbook *
A beautifully rendered tale of faith and redemption that makes us think, feel and hope - and then doubt and then believe, as only Mitch Albom can make us do * Garth Stein, author of The Art of Racing in the Rain *