One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston
The romantic comedy One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston centers on August Landry, a jaded young lady who relocates to New York City in search of a new beginning. She meets Jane, a mysterious and alluring woman who seems to have stepped straight out of the 1970s, on the train and falls in love with her. But there's a catch: Jane is stuck in time and can't escape the subway train. As the two of them fall in love, August needs to find a way to liberate Jane from her time loop before it's too late. One Last Stop is a beautiful novel that will leave readers with happy memories because to its endearing characters, funny language, and delightful combination of romance and magic.
Tales from the Cafe by Toshikazu Kawaguchi
Toshikazu Kawaguchi's collection of interrelated short stories "Stories from the Café" is set in a little Tokyo cafe with the power to take its patrons back in time to relive old memories. Each tale delves into the individual backgrounds and experiences of the different clientele of the cafe, giving them the chance to reflect on key moments in their pasts and rediscover old ones. Through these tales, Kawaguchi investigates issues of nostalgia, memory, and the human experience while also illuminating Tokyo's various cultures and districts. Overall, "Stories from the Café" is a fascinating and thought-provoking collection of tales that presents a distinct viewpoint on the value of human connections and the power of memory.
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
Between life and death there is a library, and within that library, the shelves go on forever. Every book provides