The Midnight Library By Matt Haig
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The Midnight Library By Matt Haig (Book Review)

In her pre-Midnight-Library life, Nora had committed to always break-away from commitments; she backed out from marrying Dan, from a successful pro swimming career, from a pro music career with “The Labyrinths” band, and even from her promise to join her long-time best friend (Izzy) in Byron Bay, Australia.
For Nora Seed this possibility was there. She decided to die, and all of a sudden she found herself testing out lives she had never imagined could be hers.

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Zorba the Greek By Nikos Kazantzakis (Book Review)

Writers can never anticipate or predict the impact of their work into the future. Even, the urge to write itself, and why we do it is still a mystery. Nikos Kazantzakis too couldn’t expect that the manuscript he had written while he had been at the edge of starving would be read by millions worldwide, summarized, analyzed and studied in literary courses, and that the phrase “Zorba the Greek” becomes a brand name for nine restaurants worldwide promoting the Mediterranean diet; one in Singapore, one in England, five in the United Stated, and one in Brasov, Romania.