The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is, so far, my favorite book-of-the-year. Five stars. Matt Haig is a genius, and since I struggle with my own mental health issues, depression, I found this book therapeutic.
Will it trigger you? Yes. Will it help you? Only, if you finish it. Should you read this when you are in one of your low periods? It depends on the person.
If you love fiction, philosophy, a smart piece replete with ethical dilemmas, and a plot theme following multiverses, this book is for you.
Few books can change you, teach you, and inspire you at the same time, but Haig’s The Midnight Library is one of those books. This is a must read! I would not be surprised if it becomes one literatures most commonly read works. And I promise, I am not giving this book empty lip-service; I really mean it.
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