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This can be a crushing moment, especially if the book was much loved, the ending was particularly incredible, or the ending was complete shit. Time heals all wounds, and your night will eventually get back on track. If your reader is slightly more suspicious of where you’ve been lately, she’s probably just in the middle of .
You two can head right off to your dinner date without issue.
If one of the reader’s favorite characters is having a tough time, however, allow a few minutes before you rush your reader out the door.
Meet 30-year-old Richard from London, who when asked which book he would give someone he was trying to impress responds: “I’m about to give Umberto Eco's Foucault’s Pendulum to a girl who reads Dan Brown novels...
It’s so meta that after reading it, you question how many layers of reality there are in the world, and if they are in fact the same as layers of narrative or indeed, irony.” Or Jaspreet from Cambridge on the last book he read: “I just finished some of the Récits en rêves of Yves Bonnefoy, the most distinguished living French poet.