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The Stranger in the Lifeboat – A Novel Book Review

The Stranger in the Lifeboat is a New York Times Bestseller by Mitch Albom. This novel is a harrowing tale of hope, faith, and family that is sure to make you think. It is also one of the best books you’ll read this year. It is a great book for anyone who is struggling with their own faith and hopelessness. Let’s have a look at this novel.

“The Stranger in the Lifeboat” is a gripping novel that will linger with you for days. It is a fast-paced mystery that follows ten shipwrecked survivors. It also features a Caribbean police inspector who is called upon to find the missing lifeboat. The book has undeniable momentum and a high-stakes, claustrophobic setup. There are short chapters that make this book easy to read.

The book is well-written and contains a sprinkling of mystery. The author has a way of telling a story without requiring too much mental effort. Its narrator, Benji, is the sole staff member on the lifeboat and he writes the events from his diary. In other words, the novel isn’t a religious novel, but a spiritual book.