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Book Club with Matt Haig

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Matt Haig joins the Guardian Live Book Club to introduce his latest novel, The Midnight Library.

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Nora Seed finds herself in The Midnight Library, a place between life and death. Up until now, her life has been full of misery and regret. But the books in the library enable Nora to live as if she had done things differently. She has the chance to work out her perfect life, but things aren’t what they first seem and soon her choices place her in great danger. This poignant novel about regret, hope and forgiveness takes a hard look at the choices that go into a life well lived.

Haig is an author for children and adults. His novels include The Dead Father’s Club and How To Stop Time. His hugely successful memoir, Reasons To Stay Alive, is a moving and candid account of his struggle with depression and anxiety.

This event is part of our online Book Club, in which The Guardian's chief books writer Lisa Allardice talks to leading writers about their latest novels, the creative process and isolation. They will also be answering your questions. Bring your own wine!

If you live in the UK, you can purchase a ticket with a copy of The Midnight Library at checkout for the special combined price of £20 including postage and packing (RRP £16.99).*

Running time: 60 minutes

This event will be hosted on a third-party live streaming platform BlueJeans, please refer to their privacy policy before purchasing a ticket to the event. After registering, you will receive a unique link in advance to access the event online.

If you require closed captions to be available on this event notify us on your booking form when making your purchase.

This event is being streamed globally. If you are joining us from outside the United Kingdom, please use this time zone converter to check your local live streaming time.

*Books will be dispatched on publication date, 13 August, 2020. However, please note that in the current circumstances, some books may be delayed. If we experience any delay in getting your copy to you, we will contact you by email to let you know.

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