By Mitch Albom
“A superbly rendered story of religion and redemption that makes us imagine, suppose, and hope—and then doubt after which think, as merely Mitch Albom could make us do.”—Garth Stein, writer of The paintings of Racing within the Rain
One morning within the small city of Coldwater, Michigan, the telephones begin ringing. The voices say they're calling from heaven. Is it the best miracle ever? Or a few merciless hoax? As information of those unusual calls spreads, outsiders flock to Coldwater to be part of it.
At an analogous time, a disgraced pilot named Sully Harding returns to Coldwater from legal to find his homeland gripped by means of “miracle fever.” Even his younger son consists of a toy cellphone, hoping to listen to from his mom in heaven.
As the calls raise, and evidence of an afterlife starts to floor, the town—and the world—transforms. basically Sully, confident there's not anything past this unhappy lifestyles, digs into the phenomenon, made up our minds to disprove it for his baby and his personal damaged heart.
Moving seamlessly among the discovery of the phone in 1876 and an international passionate about the subsequent point of communique, Mitch Albom takes readers on a panoramic trip of frenzied hope.
“Beautiful and shrewdpermanent. might be the main stirring and transcendent heaven tale on the grounds that box of Dreams.” —Matthew Quick, writer of The stable success of correct Now