Radio review: Haig’s comfort read taps into history’s wisdom to solve today’s ills

Matt Haig, the bestselling author, chatted with Jonathan Healy on Newstalk about mental illness and gratitude

11th July, 2021
Radio review: Haig’s comfort read taps into history’s wisdom to solve today’s ills
Matt Haig, the bestselling author, chatted with Jonathan Healy on Newstalk

Matt Haig’s recent novel The Midnight Library has been top of the Irish bestseller charts for months. It takes place in a limbic library between the worlds of life and death, where visitors can check out alternative versions of their time on Earth. When Nora Seed travels through it, she is confronted with all the possibilities she denied herself by the choices she made. For some, that might be hell, but Nora manages to reach...

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