Read a library rental

As if there aren’t enough things to do this holiday season, I decided to read a book I’ve had my eye on.

For One More Day by Mitch Albom

I was at the public library and saw it on the rental shelf.  You know the one, when the book is so new and popular that there is a 50cents fee and a shortened rental period.  Not to worry, I read each of his previous two fiction books in about 4 hours, so I figured this one would have a nice pace.
Sho nuff, I finished it in just over 3 hours.  I liked it as a nice little distraction from the hubbub of recent days.
If you click that link to Amazon, you’ll be able to read reviews numbering into 3 digits.

I can’t say it any stronger than so many already wrote about.
I do know that I can relate to what the main guy, Chick, is going through about not fully knowing his parents because he was looking through the eyes of a child, and losing touch with his daughter.

I’ll probably own it as soon as I find a used copy for less than $5.

~~love and Huggs, Diane

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One Response to Read a library rental

  1. Susie says:

    I will be reading this over the holidays, thanks to a blogfriend who gifted it to me. Looking forward to it.
    Merry Christmas to the entire Fool family. Now, that can’t be right. Mrs. DoF, DoF, and all the little (now big) fools. That doesn’t sound right, either. You, your hubby and kids, Merry Christmas!