My absolute favourite thing about this book is how it’s written. It’s different from anything I’ve ever read before. It really pulls you in. Written as a constant stream of consciousness; it’s like poetry interwoven with gripping dialogue.
Eight stars out of five?! I was rolling, physically rolling with laughter (and sympathy, if one can roll with sympathy?) from the first chapter.
We are told how destructive our actions and purchasing decisions are to the future of our planet. But where is the practical advice to follow it? In this book!
I didn’t expect to find a story about a battle with grief so lighthearted! It was a very nice surprise. I finished it in one sitting.
Matt Haig’s novels always feel like a gift to me – a second chance – perspective-shifting stories where he bestows his wisdom on us all ❤️ The Midnight Library is Nora’s version of Limbo, a unique place existing somewhere between life and death. On the shelves of her library are the many lives she could […]