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41fbfki0s-l-_sx301_bo1204203200_As a child, Charley “Chick” Benetto was told by his father, “You can be a mama’s boy or a daddy’s boy, but you can’t be both.” So he chooses his father, only to see the man disappear when Charley is on the verge of adolescence.
Decades later, Charley is a broken man. His life has been crumbled by alcohol and regret. He loses his job. He leaves his family. He hits bottom after discovering his only daughter has shut him out of her wedding. And he decides to take his own life.
He makes a midnight ride to his small hometown, with plans to do himself in. But upon failing even to do that, he staggers back to his old house, only to make an astonishing discovery. His mother, who died eight years earlier, is still living there, and welcomes him home as if nothing ever happened..

What follows is the one “ordinary” day so many of us yearn for, a chance to make good with a lost parent, to explain the family secrets, and to seek forgiveness. Somewhere between this life and the next, Charley learns the astonishing things he never knew about his mother and her sacrifices. And he tries, with her tender guidance, to put the crumbled pieces of his life back together.

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Comments on: "For one more day – Mitch Albom" (1)

  1. I have recently read a book called For One More Day. The Book is about an Athelet thats life is ruined by Alcohol and Regret. He tried to kill himself after discovering that he wasn’t invited to his own daughters wedding. When he goes back into his home town he discovers that his mother who died 8 years eailer, is still there as a spirit, and when Charley walks into the house he can feel her welcoming him back home. Charley tried to kill himself numorous times eg. Jumping of a 70 meter water tower etc. 5 years of trying to kill himself he died…..


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