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Slate's Books: The Worst Book Ever?

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Slate's Books: The Worst Book Ever?

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Slate's Books: The Worst Book Ever?

Slate's Books: The Worst Book Ever?

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Slate book reviewer Aleksandar Hemon reviews what he calls the worst book he ever read voluntarily — A Movie...and a Book, by first-time novelist Daniel Wagner. Hemon talks to NPR's Madeleine Brand about how the book reveals unfortunate trends in publishing.

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