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The Reluctant Read

Have you ever read a book you were certain you would despise? Someone forced it on you, for one reason or another—class or a kindly but pushy relative—and every ounce of you resisted. You took the loathsome lump of a novel in your hands and a frown unfolded from every crook in your body. Your […] Continue reading

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