The Midnight Library by Matt Haig⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


The choices we make have a ripple effect changing so many other things. What are your regrets? Would you be different if you’d made a different decision?


The overall premise reminds me of the movie Sliding Doors or of A Christmas Carol or It’s a Wonderful Life but this has a unique twist on this genre. It embeds current issues like depression and loneliness in a world overly connected through social media.


Nora Seed feels disconnected and untethered. She’s feels that she’s a disappointment to those around her but is primarily disappointed with herself. When Nora decides she’s had enough with this life, she is given the opportunity to explore her regrets.


This book hit me at the right moment. I’ve been frustrated with the divisiveness on social media and shocked and the dual realities that exist in today’s polarized world. This book doesn’t discuss politics or the pandemic but touches on how alone we all feel in a world where we see only the best slivers of other people’s lives.

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