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‘My best book in 2020’

-19, with its attendant health concerns, financial fallout and generalized insecurity, has stimulated the hunger to digest new books in 2020. Regardless of the quest — historical enlightenment, contemporary insight, pure escapism — minds still find solace in the written word. Of course, some people never cracked a book prior to COVID. “Too busy.” “No […]
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IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


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