Five People You Meet in Heaven

By: Mitch Albom

Quick Summary....

Five People You Meet in Heaven, by Mitch Albom is about the death of a maintenance man named Eddie, in a heroic attempt to save a girl from being killed by an amusement park ride that is about to fall. Eddie is killed and then sent to heaven where he encounters five people that impacted his life while he was alive.
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About the Main Character....

Eddie the protagonist of Five People You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom is a 83 year old war veteran that works maintaining rides at an amusement park at Ruby Pier. Eddie has always felt that his life was a waste and insignificant. When his untimely death occurs he then realizes that there was so much more to his life than he thought.
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How does characterization advance the plot?....

In Five People You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom characterization advances the plot in many ways. One of which is they show Eddie the protagonist as a man who believes that his life was a waste and insignificant. When his untimely death occurs they send him to heaven to show him that his life wasn't a waste.
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How does setting advance the plot?....

In Five People You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom setting advances the plot in many ways. One example is when he describes the setting it makes you feel like your actually there with him. Another example is setting which is one of the most important roles in the plot and without the setting there would be no telling where they are or whats going on.
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Why i liked this book....

I liked Five People you Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom because it was a very unique book. I like how they made Eddie's life seem very miserable but in reality his life was meaningful. I also like how they described the setting, They made it seem like i was actually there with him.
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Why i didn't like this book....

I didn't like Five People You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom because it didn't keep me interested the whole time while i was reading it. At some parts of the book i wasn't very interested as i was in other parts of the book.
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