I can't say I really liked this particular book. Again, it has a positive story - people are getting calls from dead relatives, with enough details to convince those called that they were their relative and that they were in the afterlife, which is magnificent.
I am a big fan of Mitch Albom's books - they tend to be very positive storylines and interesting stories.
I did find the conclusion to be a not very convincing "Stephen King" ending, preferable only to a "pooping on faith" ending. The "somebody" having access to enough information and tech know-how to "fool" living relatives seemed far fetched and a little ex machina.
As a read, I don't regret reading it, but would not rank it among Albom's best.