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Old 04-28-2012, 10:03 PM   #29
crich70
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I am 41 and a confirmed HP fan. I have all the books too. Another thing the NYT seems to forget is that YA books don't write themselves. They're written by (gasp) adults! Adults who actually do read YA books to see what is current and generate new ideas for their own writing projects. Also a lot of people read to be entertained and sometimes that means a storyline that isn't as serious as in an adult novel. In other words sometimes it means an adult reads a YA book in order to get away from the cares and worries of adult life, if only for a little while.
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