The Midnight Library, Matt Haig (2020)
Both dark and full of hope, The Midnight Library unearths the nuances of one of the fundamental questions of human existence: What would life be like if I had made a different choice? Nora Seed is weighed down by heavy regrets, and a life she no longer perceives to be worth living. But, in the form of a fantastical second chance, she is granted the ability to explore whether or not those regrets are really worth their weight. I won’t tell you about all she learns– I highly recommend that you find out for yourself. I would put this in the hands of readers in their 20s especially, but anyone 14 or older.
-Kat Wahl, writer