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 n.— «If you enjoy a particular author’s work, we can check for what are called Read-Alikes. These are authors whose content and/or style are similar to those of other authors. We also have reading lists so that if you have read everything by one author in a genre and don’t know which other authors to try, we can give you a starting point.» —“Need a Good Book to Read?” Denton Public Library (Texas) Feb. 25, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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