Book Review: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

This month we read Matt Haig’s midnight library.

It was a thought-provoking read.

We highly recommend you read it if you haven’t yet.

The Midnight Library center’s around Nora Seed, a woman with so much regret in her life she decides to commit suicide. After a failed suicide attempt, she finds herself in a library with books that contain endless possibilities!

Reading this book gives you a better understanding of how regret is perceived. We agree with Matt Hiag, that “The only way to live your life is to live it! There is no guarantee that the life you wished you could have lived would be any better.”

We particularly loved how he successfully gets his message of self-love across, He provides deep profound insights on matters pertaining to fulfilment and achievement.

Our Favourite quotes are:

“The only way to learn is to live.”

“You don’t have to understand life. You just have to live it.”

“Sometimes regrets aren’t based on fact at all”

Overall, we rate this book ⭐⭐⭐⭐

If you have read this book, tell us what you think!

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