Little Free Library by Naomi Kritzer

Little Free Library by Naomi Kritzer
Publisher: Tor Books
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (9 pages)
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

Upon setting up her Little Free Library, Meigan develops an unexpected friendship with a mysterious book borrower.

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I adored Meigan from the second I met her. She had such a compassionate, sensitive, and kind personality. Even her biggest flaw endeared me to her because of how well it was written and how three-dimensional it made her feel. She was the sort of person who expected everyone to follow the rules, but she also knew how to be graceful when she realized her first impression of those who stepped out of line might not be the most accurate one.

The mysterious book borrower made me smile. At first, Meigan assumed that it was one of her neighbors who was using her Little Free Library so freely, and honestly so did I. Without wandering into spoiler territory, figuring out their true identity was one of the many joys of reading this tale. The little tidbits of information she and the audience uncovered about this character were exciting and made me eager to press forward and keep reading.

Yes, there was a strong resolution in the final scene that wrapped up the most important conflicts. It is also true that after I read it I furiously searched the Internet to see if a sequel was in the works. This is the sort of tale that I’m going to be thinking about for a long time as I wait to see if the author decides to expand this universe. There is certainly plenty of room to for Meigan’s further adventures!

Little Free Library was a brilliant short story that made me yearn for more. I can’t recommend it highly enough.

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