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This books is about Maelyn who goes to a cabin with a few other families every Christmas since she can remember. She makes a mistake, and on the way home wishes to the universe: “Please. Show me what will make me happy.” Seconds later she gets in a car crash, but wakes up in the airplane on the way back to the cabin. Discovering she is in a time loop, she gets to re-do her mistakes and figures out what makes her happy – but how can she break the loop and keep this new reality?
This book was a very fast read – I read it in one day, but it was enjoyable. I sometimes feel that current life feels like a time loop so it’s maybe not the best time to read about one. It was cheesy and predictable, but that is nice to escape into sometimes.
If you’ve ever watched a chick flick, you will know what the ending of this book is before you even start reading it, but it is still enjoyable to read. I loved reading about a small town and all the charm of Christmas time events. Since I wasn’t able to do Christmas events this year, it was lovely to escape into this world.
This book is interesting to read right now, as the main character is a recluse and unable to go outside from severe agoraphobia. I did not predict the ending, as it is twisty and fun the whole way through. I highly recommend this one.
This is a quick book to read about changing how you set goals. They found that most people have an “end of the year hustle” and found a way to use the motivating feeling throughout the year. I like this idea of changing how I think about setting goals, but this is all the book is about. If you want more information on the best ways to set routines, develop habits, or anything more you will have to read a different book.