Reading the Last Page First The final installment of the Harry Potter series is not yet available, but already the highly anticipated ending of the newest tome is being leaked on the Internet. Does reading the end first spoil the beginning? Mystery writer Alafair Burke weighs in on skipping ahead.
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Reading the Last Page First

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The final installment of the Harry Potter series is not yet available, but already the highly anticipated ending of the newest tome is being leaked on the Internet. Does reading the end first spoil the beginning? Mystery writer Alafair Burke weighs in on skipping ahead.

Alafair Burke, author, Dead Connection

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