Book Review: The Last Chance Library

by Freya Sampson

Ebook: 302Pages
Mi Rating: ★★★ (3.5)

I’m a huge library user.

Don’t get me wrong I love books, and I love reading physical books, buying books, and so on, but sometimes I just can’t justify spending money on a book I know I might not like.

This is why I love the library so much, and more so that I have access to Borrowbox, as I get 90% of my audiobooks from there.

I do also borrow ebooks, but I primarily use Borrowbox for the audiobook aspect.

So what does this have to do with Last Chance Library, well everything!

You see, Last Chance Library is all about how important your local library is.

June, a lonely librarian discovers that her beloved local library and the place where she works are threatened with closure from the council.

She wants to help but is a risk of losing her job.

Shy and reclusive June must find her voice and with the help of newfound friends fights to keep the library open.

This is a feel-good book and with lovable characters, and it will make you realise just how important your local library is, and that it’s more than a place to go to borrow books. 

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