Wall Street Journal article: Guilt Complex: Why Leaving a Book Half-Read is So Hard

Wall Street Journal article: Guilt Complex: Why Leaving a Book Half-Read is So Hard

this article – posted last week – talks about why people feel the need to soldier on in a book they have decided they don’t like and why some people have no problem tossing a book onto the reject pile after a few pages. Where are you in this debate? Do you have a page limit where the book has to grab you or it’s toast? Do you feel that because some reviewer liked it, you have to finish it to see why?

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