The Midnight Library by Matt Haig had been doing the rounds on bookstagram and I was really curious to read this book. I had heard nothing but amazing reviews for the book but I went in blind, meaning, I didn’t read even the blurb of the book but dived straight into it.
I loved it great deal lot and if you want to end this year with a marvelous read then this book will do the trick. Read on to find out more.
The Midnight Library
Trigger Warning: Suicide, Mental Health
Nora Seed believes that her life is full of misery and regret. She decides to end her life but finds herself in the Midnight Library which is that place before the crossing over. This libaray will give her a chance to do things differently and live a perfect life while opting for different choices. But then, what’s the best way to live?
We all have regrets in life how much ever we deny them. There is a “What-if” question mark looming over our heads and that’s completely alright. The book gave me an amazing reading experience.
The writing was so raw and real that I found myself nodding along throughout the book. This is because it’ll strike a chord with anyone and everyone. You’ll like Nora’s character and feel all the emotions that she goes through.
The Midnight Library was both delightful and uplifting with a heartfelt reminder to “live life to the fullest and not just merely exist.”
I’d definitely urge you to pick up this book at the earliest! Here is the link.
I think I found a new favorite author in @mattzhaig and I’m going to fish out his book How to Stop Time from my never-ending list of unread.
The book was released under the title The Hiding Place in the U.S.
5-Paws 🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾 and it’s one of the best books I’ve read in recent times.
The linky for December will open soon after this one closes. I want to make a fresh start in 2021 with the new linkies. So, keep a lookout for the announcements on Instagram.
This linky – November will end on the 19th of December 11:59pm.