Book Reviews of The Twelfth Angel

The Twelfth Angel
The Twelfth Angel
Author: Og Mandino
ISBN-13: 9780449906897
ISBN-10: 0449906892
Publication Date: 4/13/1993
Pages: 164
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Hardcover
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I found this book to be very peaceful. It's kinda of like growing up in a small town where everyone knows you, leaving for a long while, & then going back and realizing how mush you missed the people there.
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My husband read this book and said it was very good
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From the bestselling author of The Greatest Salesman In the World comes this inspirational bestseller. Broken by the death of his wife and son, John Harding finds a special gift in managing his old Little League team and finds himself especially drawn to one little boy who resembles his late son. "One of the most touching books I have ever read".--Norman Vincent Peale
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"Nestled in the heart of New England, the proud community of Boland, New Hampshire, is honoring the return of one of its own. John Harding had it all: a high-powered career, a loving wife, and a beautiful seven-year-old son. Then, through a tragic twist of fate, John's life plummets from its peak to the utmost depths of despair. His wife and son are killed in a car accident. Shattered beyond hope, John withdraws into what's left of his world, teetering on the brink of suicide.
But soon there's a light: an old friend appears on his doorstep with comforting words and a favor to ask. He wants John to manage his old Little League team, the Angels. John reluctantly accepts. During the tryouts he meets a hopelessly uncoordinated little boy named Timothy Noble. John finds himself drawn to this pint-sized player who bears a striking resemblance to his beloved son - and through this extraordinary relationship John finds the wisdom in living that he had thought had slipped beyond his grasp forever..."
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"A very special story about life and love and courage...Og Mandino's TWELFTH ANGEL has tears running down my cheeks."
-Merlin Olsen, Sportscaster
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I found this book to be a pleasant book that left you with a good feeling about the world and the people in it. Not too sappy with real easy-to-feel emotions expressed. It has a last minute twist that I never saw coming. It made the whole book very memorable.
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Wife and son are killed in accident and John contemplates suicide. Then an old friend appears and asks him to manage a Little League team.
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Awesome book for all ages. Og Mandino is such a great author.
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Very sweet story that came highly recommended from my church bookstore. It did not dissapoint. Enjoy!
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Enjoyable.
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Tug at your heart book. Full of humor and true inspiration.
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Another excellent read by Og Mandino! Grab a cup of coffee and sit in a comfortable chair with the book. The endings are always a treat. Great read!