Short. Easy to get through.
Albom is asked by his lifelong rabbi to do his eulogy. Albom then meets with the Rab, asks questions, learns life's lessons... In this way it's Tuesday's with the Rabbi.
Another thread in the book follows a reformed drug dealer turned pastor of a poor Detroit church. Though they're both "men of God" Albom has to fish to find more similarities to tie the two together. He shows us how they're similar, but the interweaving is not that subtle.
Enjoyable while I was listening, but now that it's over I'm not overwhelmed.