Contemporary · Fantasy · Fiction

The Midnight Library

Title: The Midnight Library

Author: Matt Haig

Performer: Carey Mulligan

Length: 8 hr, 50 min

Series: N/A

Publishing Date/Publisher: September 29, 2020 by Penguin Audio

Format: eAudiobook

Review: This book had good pacing and although predictable, had a great message. Life is full of choices, and it is easy to get bogged down with regrets. Perhaps we could have had a “better” life if we made different choices, but ultimately this may have resulted in unexpected outcomes. Outcomes that would not necessarily be good. Keeping this in mind, I think this book gives the reader a healthy dose of perspective. We all occasionally have “what if” thoughts, and sometimes we need to reframe our way of thinking to see things in a more positive light. In some respects, this almost felt like a self-help book and it serves as a gentle reminder that we can all be kinder to ourselves.

Reader: Bekah

Rating: 

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