The Midnight Library by Matthew Haig

At the age of 35, Nora feels she is a complete failure. In her younger days she showed great promise, but she has allowed fear, anxiety, poor decisions, and the unrealistic expectations of others to squash her true potential. As a result, she has achieved little of real significance in terms of a career or personal relationships. When her cat dies and she loses her job, it is the last straw. Overcome by regrets and depression she decides to end it all. Instead, she finds herself in limbo, suspended between ...
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About the Author

Jenni van Wageningen

Jenni is a retired school librarian with an interest in history – in recent times she has run a book club. She is a member at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Adelaide.