This is a spoiler free review and age rating of The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
Nora Seed finds herself in the library between life and death. She is faced with the chance to undo her regrets, follow a different dream, undoing breakups, and discovering new dreams. The Midnight Library gives you an infinite number of choices; every book is a new life and a new path. Would you do anything differently if you were given this chance? Can you discover your new reason to go on living before death takes its hold?
Ugh. I really really wanted to love this book. It has been on my tbr since before it was even released. I loved the concept of this book but I found myself bored. If it wasn’t such a hyped book I feel like I might’ve enjoyed it more.
The only reason I stuck with this book was to see how it ended because I can’t stand looking it up lol. But honestly, I don’t even really remember the ending. For some I know this book has been great but for me it was a bit forgettable.
I enjoyed the writing style and the snippets that took place in the library. I would be open to checking out another Matt Haig book, this one just wasn’t for me.
I would give this book 3/5 stars. I’m glad I read it to see if it was worth the hype but it was just meh.
I would say this is a good book for anyones ages 15+ as it deals with heavier topics such as anxiety, depression, and attempted suicide.
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