So Many Ways To Begin by Jon McGregor

The novel delves into the life of David Carter, a museum curator in a small English town, who is struggling with the inertia of an unfulfilling career and a strained marriage. When he stumbles upon a family secret, it propels him on a journey through his own history, prompting him to reexamine the artifacts of his life and the fragments of his past. As David sifts through memories and the detritus of his mother's life, he confronts the complexities of love, loss, and the elusive nature of happiness, ultimately questioning what it means to truly begin anew.

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