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The Midnight Library Between Life And Death There Is A Library, And Within That Library, The Shelves Go On Forever Every Book Provides A Chance To Try Another Life You Could Have Lived To See How Things Would Be If You Had Made Other Choices Would You Have Done Anything Different, If You Had The Chance To Undo Your Regrets A Dazzling Novel About All The Choices That Go Into A Life Well Lived, From The Internationally Bestselling Author Of Reasons To Stay Alive And How To Stop TimeSomewhere Out Beyond The Edge Of The Universe There Is A Library That Contains An Infinite Number Of Books, Each One The Story Of Another Reality One Tells The Story Of Your Life As It Is, Along With Another Book For The Other Life You Could Have Lived If You Had Made A Different Choice At Any Point In Your Life While We All Wonder How Our Lives Might Have Been, What If You Had The Chance To Go To The Library And See For Yourself Would Any Of These Other Lives Truly Be Better In The Midnight Library, Matt Haig S Enchanting New Novel, Nora Seed Finds Herself Faced With This Decision Faced With The Possibility Of Changing Her Life For A New One, Following A Different Career, Undoing Old Breakups, Realizing Her Dreams Of Becoming A Glaciologist She Must Search Within Herself As She Travels Through The Midnight Library To Decide What Is Truly Fulfilling In Life, And What Makes It Worth Living In The First Place


About the Author: Matt Haig

Matt Haig was born in Sheffield, England in1975 He writes books for both adults and children, often blending the worlds of domestic reality and outright fantasy, with a quirky twist His bestselling novels are translated into 28 languages The Guardian has described his writing as delightfully weird and the New York Times has called him a novelist of great talent whose writing is funny, riveting and heartbreaking His novels for adults are The Last Family in England, narrated by a labrador and optioned for film by Brad Pitt The Dead Fathers Club 2006 , an update of Hamlet featuring an 11 year old boy The Possession of Mr Cave 2008 , about a man obsessed with his daughter s safety, and The Radleys 2010 which won Channel 4 s TV Book Club public vote and was shortlisted for a Galaxy National Book Award UK The film rights to all his adult novels have been sold His next adult novel is The Humans 2013 His multi award winning popular first novel for children, Shadow Forest, was published in 2007 and its sequel, The Runaway Troll, in 2009 His most recent children s novel is To Be A Cat 2012.



10 thoughts on “The Midnight Library

  1. Emily (Books with Emily Fox) Emily (Books with Emily Fox) says:

    It is about a library between life and death, where a suicidal woman full of regret gets to try all her other lives she could have lived SOOOOOOLD


  2. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    It is no secret that Matt Haig has mental health issues, dogged by the darkness of depression that has taken its toll on his life His acute observations and experience of his condition informs this exquisite, inspiring, compassionate and empathetic novel where he creates the concept of the midnight library, to be found in the spaces b


  3. Dave Dave says:

    Between life and death there is a library , she said And within that library, the shelves go on for ever Every book provides a chance to try another life you could have lived To see how things would be different if you had made other choicesWould you have done anything different, if you had the chance to undo your regrets In a book that chan


  4. JanB JanB says:

    4.5 starsSylvia PlathBetween life and death there is a library, she said And within that library, the shelves go on forever Every book provides a chance to try another life you could have lived To see how things would be if you had made other choicesWould you have done anything different, if you had the chance to undo your regrets Nora is going thr


  5. Virginie Virginie says:

    Matt Haig life death LIBRARY This makes my day


  6. Liz Barnsley Liz Barnsley says:

    Matt Haig s latest offering is a quirky, melancholy yet life affirming tale of regret for the roads not taken, a what if scenario that will speak in its own way to every one of us After all we all wonder, don t we, what our lives might look like now if we d turned left instead of rightif this thing had happened but not that thingCaught between life and death, ma


  7. Evie Braithwaite Evie Braithwaite says:

    Nora Seed has hit an all time low After losing her cat, her job, and is full of regret, she takes her own life However, she suddenly finds herself in the Midnight Library a point between life and death and learns that she has an opportunity to live as if she had done things differently She had felt like she had let everyone down, including herself But things are about


  8. NAT.orious reads ☾ NAT.orious reads ☾ says:

    If you ve put together the 3 determinants of this story its author, the library settings and the themes of infinite alternative lives determined by the choices we make and are not absolutely hyped about this you better go face the corner and think real hard.


  9. Micah Micah says:

    So good It really put some stuff into perspective for me A beautiful book that teaches you that you re never stuck in life.


  10. Alyssa McNaughton Alyssa McNaughton says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Some spoilers I am in absolute awe It has elements of fictitious wonders like the film, About Time but truths every single human soul can relate to in what Haig brings out through his writing Wish I could give thisthan 5 stars, truly I very selfishly can only hope the final publication includes an epilogue With


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