What You Are Looking for is in the Library by Michiko Aoyama
Also available as eAudio.
“What am I looking for? What am I looking for?
A new way to live from now on, perhaps?”
Not to be biased (libraries do have all the answers though!), but one of my favourite newly published inspirational reads has to be this one.
It focuses on five different people, aged from 21 to 65 in a range of different careers, who are all feeling a bit stuck and unsatisfied with their lives. Upon discovering the library at their local community house, they seek assistance from the knowledgeable yet strange librarian who offers them more than what they were originally looking for. With their new recommendations in tow, each individual’s eyes are opened to what was right in front of them and they set out, taking matters into their own hands and granting themselves the future they want.
I felt so motivated and hopeful for the future after reading this book as it inspires you to look at life differently and be more open to putting yourself out there.