My job was to shelve books correctly and to keep the library clean that was hectic and bustling with large volume of visitors.
Now the sentence above is what I just wrote to ask this question regarding the nuance of two words: hectic and bustling. I wonder the two words are right words for this sentence. I somehow feel the two words are too much to describe what's going on in the library; especailly word bustling sounds like it is associated with loud sounds (am I right)?
What I wanted to describe was something like a library with many people seating in chairs, people roaming around the shelves, people lining up in front of the library counter for book rental services, etc, but with no loud sounds.
What will be the words suited for such environment?
Plus, if I want to say that library was getting chaotic day by days, how should I say it?
Will the following sentence be perfectly fine?
My job was to shelve books correctly and to keep the library clean that was kepy getting hectic and bustling with large volume of visitors.
Any revision or paraphrase will be appreciated. Thank you!