The Midlife Crisis or "Moving to Pastures New" - Comic Book Review

The Midlife Crisis or "Moving to Pastures New" by Florence Cestac is a comic book totaling a little over 60 pages in length. The book is all about how we are controlled by the "devil in our loins," about how marriages grow stale, and the tribulations that result from our infidelities.

With that said, the book can serve as a great cautionary tale about what can and often does go wrong with marriages; and the tragic downward spiral afterward. Some may be offended by the generic gender stereotypes portrayed in the book, but those with a lighter heart may enjoy the humor. After all, not all effects of a midlife crisis have to be negative; some may actually have health benefits.

If you are looking for a short read, a little humor, and something that doesn't dive philosophically into an endless abyss, then check out this book on Amazon. We give it a 7 out of 10 overall, with a cautionary note that much of the content is adult in nature and that you're not going to find many many existential remedies here.

There are two other books in this series:

The Post-Midlife Crisis by Florence Cestac

The Late Life Crisis by Florence Cestac