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Old 07-18-2012, 07:48 AM   #100
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Originally Posted by covingtoncat73 View Post
Well, I liked A Tale of Two Cities. I thought it was the best Dickens after A Christmas Carol and David Copperfield.

I also wanted to point out that falling asleep while reading, at least for me, doesn't mean a bad book. I love reading myself to sleep. A good book may have me staying up later but, if I'm reading it in bed, I'll eventually fall asleep reading it.
Likewise, reading is a relaxing activity, and Prior to my e-reader I had a giant stack of paper books by my bed. I still choose reading as my bedtime relaxation.
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