The Midnight Library (Matt Haig)

We all make choices and move forward with our lives. But what about the choices we didn’t make?

When you think about it, life is a long sequence of choices, interspersed with decisions and life events that we have no control over. How would our life have turned out had we made different choices?

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig tackles this very issue.

I’ve read a couple of thrillers recently that feature the concept of infinite universes and individuals interacting with them, this book takes a different angle. It deals with the main character’s dissatisfaction with life, but that’s as much as I’m going to give away.

Our life circumstances and frequent questions so easily drag us down and negatively affect our mental health, but this life-affirming book is a positive tonic.

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One thought on “The Midnight Library (Matt Haig)

  1. I read this a few weeks ago and really enjoyed it. Probably the most interesting and thought-provoking book I have read in a long time. I too gave it a favourable review.

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