The Comfort Book by Matt Haig

Rating: 5 out of 5.

There will be other days. And other feelings.

This book is precisely what its title says, a comfort book. The author describes this as the rough notes he has written over time, a rough write-out of his thought about life and other stuff. For this reason, it feels more personal and closer to you as a reader. Since this could be anyone’s journal notes, its impersonal nature makes it more personal to everyone. It is a goldmine if somebody is looking to read a feel-good book or an uplifting book. It’s on my reread shelf, and I wish to reread it multiple times. It’s easier to flip through has no particular chronological order to it. You can dive in from the end or the middle, and still land at the right place.

It was my first book by Matt Haig. I have been meaning to read ‘The Midnight Library’ for a long time. But I haven’t got an opportunity to do so. After reading ‘The comfort book’, I am eagerly looking forward to it.

Words don’t capture, they release.

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