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  • Heavy, well-plotted and intriguing

    This was really heavy, much heavier than I anticipated from the synopsis. Between life and death is one thing, but I wasn't prepared for how sad this was, I was just excited for parallel universes x libraries, because those are two of my favorite literary devices. It was good, and I liked how much Nora learned from all of her other life experiences. The end was satisfying, and made sense.

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  • An easy, okay read

    I like the premise of this novel however it was pretty simple, kind of like a Hallmark movie.

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  • A Feel Good Exploration of living

    Such a delightful read that lifts your spirits and done so creatively. It was a page turner but also makes you pause and ponder.

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  • Doesn’t disappoint

    One of those glad-you-bought-it books because you’ll want to re-read it at different times in your life. A hard to pick up novel if you’re at as low a point as the protagonist begins; however, stay with it— and her— and you’ll be rewarded with a shift in your own perspective.

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  • Full of Surprises and PURE FUN

    Engaging throughout, this is an easy-to-read, life-affirming, feel-good book about embracing all that life offers you. Don't be put off by the beginning, where protagonist Nora Seed feels like her life has no meaning and all she is good at is letting other people down. And PLEASE DON'T stop reading when she contemplates ending her life. (Suicide attempt warning.) Instead, suspend your disbelief and enjoy Nora's exploration of the The Midnight Library, where she gets to peruse some of the lives she MIGHT have lived. Author Matt Haig offers all of us the chance to watch, vicariously, as Nora does what so many of us think about doing everyday -- answer some of life's most intriguing questions. What if I had stuck with that sport I was good at as a youngster? What if I'd not given up on my passion for music? What if I had married someone else? How would my life be different if I'd made even the smallest decision differently. This novel turns out to be original, ingenious, full of surprises and pure fun! And unless you are a completely callous human - you will end this book feeling better about your own life and choices. Don't miss it!

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