The Midnight Library by Matt Haig Touches Every Piece of Life it can
Matt Haig’s The Midnight Library is one of those books that would go deep inside your heart and make you feel every emotion that anyone can have. A bestseller by the author, the book talks about the story of 35-years-old Nora Seed, who’s not happy with her life at all.
But, something happens that she gets a chance to live many lives, and all those lives have umpteen lessons for her to learn and experience. She becomes famous in one and leads a simple life in another, but every life has its expectations, problems, and, most importantly, situations.
In between life and death state, Nora finds herself in a library where she stays as long as midnight and has the option to choose the life she wants to try. Like Nora, we all are afraid of life and want to see what if we are leading a different life, what if we make different decisions.
Though it is a fictional book, it teaches so many lessons through the story. The most important lesson it shares is that life is too short to live with regrets. It is imperative to live in the moment and accept the life one has chosen.
Matt Haig’s simple writing and narrative style make the book as real as life is. The book has its flaws like it is a little predictable, but the book is super strong in the message it wants to give to the readers.