This book really made me think of my own choices, raising so many questions. Like, what would happen if we could choose our lives. Given this opportunity, would we choose wisely?
This quickly led to a fantasy world in my head, where I imagined what my life would have been like if I had the power to change things.
In the Midnight Library, Nora is given the opportunity to try different lifetimes to find one she liked. As I read on, I could tell that none of them were perfect. There are always parts that we must live with, isn’t there?
Maybe there is no such thing as a perfect life, seeing that humans are not perfect anyway.
This story made me appreciate all the perfect things in my own life, and I read on, hoping Nora would find something worth living for.
The Midnight Library is a beautifully written story and definitely thought-provoking.
I will remember Nora and her mission for a long time…