As usual, Mitch Albom's story telling is fabulous. This is one of those books that you want to sacrifice your sleep in order to finish it.
To me, it is a sad story. With the twists and turns of the life of Frankie, I just didn't want to put the book down once I started it. Even in the beginning, the uncovering of who his mother and father are (and are not) are just unexpected! The duet of Frankie and his daughter Kai iid also very touching.
My only complaint is the appearance of Josefa. While her appearance help explain the mysteries, this is odd in the first place. To certain extend, I feel her appearance is a kind of anti-climax and drive to a bad ending....Continua