The Midnight Library

 The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
Matt Haig
Star Rating
Reviewer's Rating
Jan 8, 2023

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig is a SciFi novel. Between life and death, there is a library with
an endless amount of books, full of different lives you might have had instead, all affected by the
choices you’ve made. When you die, you get another chance at life. You can go through any of
the books to teleport into any of the lives you've chosen and either pick a new one to live in for
the rest of your new life or continue the life you already had for a second chance. Nora Seed
has severe depression and once she finds herself in this extraordinary chance, she leaps into
many of her different lives to finally rid herself of regret, questions, and misery. Except, the
library starts to disappear and she must make a choice fast or she might not have a choice at
all. Nora must go through the library to learn what makes life worth living even if it's hard and
perhaps learn the truth behind her biggest regrets. This book was really really good. It had a lot
of deep connections to real life but put them in an entertaining way. It was predictable but it
didn't take away from the book since I mainly just wanted to read about her different
experiences. There were parts that I will probably apply to my life, it had a lot of advice and was
overall eye-opening. I would give it a 4/5 because it was predictable but still amazing.


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