Summary of Matt Haig s The Midnight Library

In the fictional story The Midnight Library (2020), Nora Seed, a woman in her mid-thirties, experiences all the alternate paths which she had left behind in favor of others. What if she had never given up swimming?

Summary of Matt Haig   s The Midnight Library

Summary of Matt Haig s The Midnight Library

Buy now to get the main key ideas from Matt Haig’s The Midnight Library What if you had the chance to live out every version of your life that was ever possible? Would you still be wishing that you could have done things differently? Or would you be grateful for the turns you’ve taken in your root life? In the fictional story The Midnight Library (2020), Nora Seed, a woman in her mid-thirties, experiences all the alternate paths which she had left behind in favor of others. What if she had never given up swimming? Would she have liked her life better as a professional swimmer? What if she had been a glaciologist instead of a student of philosophy? What if she had stayed with her ex-fiancé? After experiencing what could have been, Nora realized one simple truth: the only life she could ever be satisfied with living was hers, and all the choices she once classified as regrets were instead blessings in disguise.

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