For One More Day Mitch Albom
“ Every family is a ghost story.” This is the introduction of the book For One More Day that was written by Mitch Albom. Mitch has wrote lots of impressive books like Tuesday With Morrie and The Five People You Meet In Heave. Unlike the two books he wrote before, this is an autobiographic story, which means the story is not very true. However, the message from the book is realistic and touching. It related to the relationship of the leading actor and his mother. The book started by the scene where the writer found Charles “Chick” Benetto, who was the mean character. Charles was a vocational baseballer before but lived through his career without any medals. Afterwards, he became a salesman. With the failure of his career, he started drinking alcohol and it became a problem. He thought that alcohol was the only think could make him forget about all of the adversities. He was upset and kept himself in his own world. “When you are rotten about yourself, you become rotten to everyone else”. That is what he said before his marriage collapsed. As a result, he was fired by the boss and so gloomy. He kept drinking a lot. Sometimes he fought with his wife Catherine and it led to their divorce. Charles had a bad relationship with all his member, even his daughter. He believed that everything was fine finally and kept on his nonsensical life. However, one thing broke his fragile soul. He wasn’t invited when his only daughter got married. It was the most depressive news he had ever heard. How does it feel when you are not invited to your only child’s wedding? It must be hopeless, deathly and life is meaningless. Charles also felt that so he decided to suicide. He planned to end his life from where it began, which was his home, Pepperville Beach. Coincidentally and strangely, he was not died. He woke up again and discovered he was lying on the baseball field where he learned...
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