The Next Person You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

The Next Person You Meet in Heaven

In this enchanting sequel to the number one bestseller The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Mitch Albom tells the story of Eddie’s heavenly reunion with Annie—the little girl he saved on earth—in an unforgettable novel of how our lives and losses intersect.Fifteen years ago, in Mitch Albom’s beloved novel, The Five People You Meet in Heaven, the world fell in love with Eddie, a grizzled war veteran- turned-amusement park mechanic who died ...


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TitleThe Next Person You Meet in Heaven
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Release DateOct 9th, 2018
PublisherHarper
GenreFiction, Adult, Contemporary, Adult Fiction
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Reviews The Next Person You Meet in Heaven

  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    1970-01-01
    4 bold stars to The Next Person You Meet in Heaven!Everyone wanted a sequel to one of the most beloved books, and Mitch Albom has delivered! Briefly, to set the stage, in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we met Eddie, a rough and gruff war veteran turned mechanic who passed away in the act of saving a little girl named Annie. Eddie’s trip to heaven involved questions and answers about the meaning of life. In this follow-up, Annie’s story i...
  • Louise Wilson
    1970-01-01
    In The Five People You Meet In Heaven, we meet Eddie, a grizzly old war veteran - turned amusement park maintenance man who died saving the life of a young girl called Annie. Now it's time for Annie's story in this sequel.After Annie's accident, she had no memory of what had happened to her. She has been haunted by what the truth might reveal. Annie is now an adult and another accident finds her on her own journey to heaven where she will be reun...
  • Pauline
    1970-01-01
    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. I had not read the first book so I got a copy and read it first.The story starts with the death of a young woman Annie who had been saved from a near fatal accident as a young girl. She then meets five people who tell her a story to explain to her the meaning of her life.I would like to thank NetGalley and Little, Brown Book Group UK for my e-copy...
  • Ron Charles
    1970-01-01
    “The Next Person” follows the formula of its predecessor, "The Five People You Meet in Heaven": melodramatic flashbacks, greeting-card homilies. But heaven has been spruced up since we were here last. Annie, the little girl from "Five People" is now a nurse who dies just a few hours after her wedding. She zooms around heaven's kaleidoscopic clouds by car, by train, by mattress on some kind of spiritual acid trip, while parts of her body fade ...
  • Renee (itsbooktalk.com)
    1970-01-01
    I can't believe it's been 15 years since Mitch Albom published The Five People You Meet in Heaven ! That book has always stuck with me so I wouldn't have guessed it's been that long. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven , Albom tells Annie's story, the little girl Eddie (who was killed) saved one day at an amusement park. If you haven't read the first book I wouldn't say it's absolutely necessary as Albom does a really good job of providing s...
  • Meghan
    1970-01-01
    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy and for my honest review, I've enjoyed every page of this book from beginning to end. I have read The Five People You Meet in Heaven years ago and have enjoyed it then and it was nice to see where this book started pick up to where the other book left off with Annie and Eddie reuniting after Eddie's death. This book taught so many life lessons especially to never take life for granted, cease every...
  • Samantha Sim
    1970-01-01
    you can always count on mitch albom for a good ol' cry.
  • Charlotte Jones
    1970-01-01
    *Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley.I read The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom in 2013 when my reading tastes were very different so I was a little apprehensive going into this sequel. I would suggest that this is more of a companion novel to be honest as it is of course useful to have read the previous one, it isn't necessary.I enjoyed Annie as a protagonist and found that Mitc...
  • Suzanne
    1970-01-01
    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and devoured it in one day. Mitch’s writing is just beautiful, descriptive and highly emotive. I smiled, I cried, I sobbed. Anyone who has suffered loss of any kind will fin...
  • Dawn
    1970-01-01
    While I did read "The Five People You Meet in Heaven" before reading this sequel, it's not necessary to read "Five People" in order to understand "the Next …" It definitely would make your reading experience richer to have read both books, but if you don't have access to the first, you can go ahead and read the sequel and then go back for the first one later.I enjoyed the experience of discovering what this book is about - what happens and why ...
  • Brenna Clark
    1970-01-01
    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I was super excited because I didn’t even know that there was a sequel to ‘Five People’ coming out! I think these books have one of the most beautiful presentations of heaven that I have ever read. I really feel for Annie, because she has been through a lot of shit. She’s a survivor, and I guess will get to experience her five people twice as she gets to continue touching and changing lives? I ...
  • Irene
    1970-01-01
    Thank you HarperCollins publishers for the advanced readers copy of this book . It was the perfect sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven . I understand Annie's feelings of the constant mistakes in her life and not seeing them as a path to where she'll find peace and happiness . Mitch Albom waiting for the next book always
  • Emmaleigh
    1970-01-01
    I was provided with an ARC by the publisher ..The five people you meet in heaven was the first book I had ever read by Mitch Albom and it was such a deep and meaningful story that really sticks with you. So when I saw that I had won an ARC for the sequel I was beyond excited, and I can happily say that it was just as good as the first! If you enjoyed the five people you meet in heaven then I highly suggest you read this because it gives you some ...
  • Randy M.
    1970-01-01
    The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, the immensely popular novel about the life and death of “Eddie Maintenance”. Though the protagonist in this story is the little girl, Annie, who Eddie saved in the previous story, this is also a continuation of Eddie’s story. With that in mind, The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is best read after reading The Five People You Meet in Heaven.The basic premis...
  • Ariel
    1970-01-01
    I received this ARC via Goodreads GiveawayHumanity is blessed to have an author like Mitch Albom. This book reminds its reader page after page that being able to feel is a blessing.READ FULL REVIEW HERE: https://anescapewithinthepagesblog.wo...
  • Erikka
    1970-01-01
    I don't feel this one had quite the impact of its predecessor, as the five people Annie meets are in turns predictable and oddly unfulfilling. The first book kept me guessing and tied everything up so beautifully; this one fell a bit flat in that aspect. Albom, as always, has a way with words and larger concepts and themes that make you think and question things. I'm not a particularly religious person, so maybe certain parts of his books don't h...
  • Lesa
    1970-01-01
    If you read my blog on Thursday, you might have read Ron Charles' Washington Post review of this book. https://wapo.st/2IOE7zI. It was funny. But, I read Mitch Albom's The Next Person You Meet in Heaven. It's really directed at the same audience that made The Five People You Meet in Heaven a #1 bestseller. In The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Eddie, a maintenance man at Ruby Pier amusement park, died saving a little girl from a cable that snapp...
  • Mary
    1970-01-01
    https://oneblogtwobroads.blog/2018/10...Endings are also beginnings, we just don’t know it at the time…..I don’t know one person who did not love The Five People You Meet in Heaven. And I don’t know anyone that won’t love this book either. It is so needed in the times we live in. It is filled with love, wonder, hope, and faith. I know some people will find it too saccharine because there are always those that scoff at anything with good...
  • david y biblioflick
    1970-01-01
    received an e-arc from edelweiss. review might contain some mild spoilersSo this book is a sequel to the the five people you meet in heaven, not really directly so you could read this a standalone. It is a part of the world of that book. And somehow it's was kinda weak when it's compared to its predecessor and I was disappointed.As far as I can remember, The Five People You Meet in Heaven is one of my favorite Albom books (together with the time...
  • Kathryn
    1970-01-01
    Mitch Albom has another hit to his list. This is a quick read with a lot of love. I am sure that this will receive many accolades as "The Five People You Meet in Heaven". However, Albom throws us some clever curve balls that make this every bit as unique.This time we visit heaven with Annie. Annie has suffered in life in much the way we all do. A childhood accident leads to a minor handicap and as a result her mother became a helicopter, single m...
  • Jonas
    1970-01-01
    Blessed to have received an advance reader’s copy in which I wrote my wedding proposal. Though The Next Person You Meet in Heaven is a sequel, it certainly can be read as a stand alone. Any necessary information from the first book is woven into the narrative. The novel follows Annie’s story: life after the accident introduced in The Five People You Meet in Heaven, a troubled relationship with her mother, enduring loss, and finding the love o...
  • Mani
    1970-01-01
    I read the first book “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” to this squeal in April of this year. I thought that was an OK read. Then I was given the opportunity to read this eARC thanks to Edelweiss and the HarperCollins.So, here are my thought on this book. If you’re planning to read this book and haven’t read the first one then don’t worry. I don’t think you really need to read the first on as this one covers all that you need to kn...
  • Suzanne
    1970-01-01
    I was a latecomer to the Mitch Albom party, discovering the prequel to this book (The Five People You Meet In Heaven) through a very good book friend only a month ago. I have to say I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven, but I ADORED The Next Person You Meet In Heaven, and devoured it in one day. Mitch’s writing is just beautiful, descriptive and highly emotive. I smiled, I cried, I sobbed. Anyone who has suffered loss of any kind will fin...
  • Louise
    1970-01-01
    3.5 starsI have to admit,I'm one of those rare people that didn't like the five people you meet in heaven.Now many years later,with very little recall of that book... I find myself liking this one a bit more.The ideas of all these lives connected in ways you can't begin to imagine.. and the chance to resolve issues... it's a good thought.There was one particular bit I didn't think did the book much (cleo) but that's just me.Nicely done.
  • Buckskin(Suzanne)
    1970-01-01
    I received an advanced reader’s edition and was absolutely thrilled when it arrived. I have loved all of Mitch Albom’s book and couldn’t wait to read this sequel! It did not disappoint! Once I started reading it I couldn’t put it down. If you take the time to read this make sure you really read it! There are many messages that are profound throughout the book! This is a book that everyone needs to read!
  • Kris
    1970-01-01
    I read this book at the just right moment in my life.
  • Katey Bassett
    1970-01-01
    Another home run for Mitch Albom, I loved this book and didn’t expect the ending. Thanks, Goodreads Giveaways.
  • Rebecca J Kirkpatrick
    1970-01-01
    What happens to us when we die? It’s the burning question, the one that must be answered. The one we cannot answer ourselves.Mitch Albom expands on his answer to this question in his novel The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, the sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven. In the first novel, a maintenance engineer, Ed, saves a little girl from being crushed by a broken roller coaster. In The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, we get to know this...
  • Misfits farm
    1970-01-01
    Annie only has 12 hours to live. Of course she doesn’t realise this. She has just got married. We learn of how she met her husband Paulo and how she narrowly escaped death when she was a child. At the wedding she sees an old man and doesn’t recognise him at first. He is Eddie- the maintenance man who saved her but lost his own life in the process. Annie lost her hand in the accident which was then surgically reattached- ground breaking at the...