What Happens When You Treat Novels Like Restaurants, Part Two

by evanmcmurry

In this 5,000-word piece about a novelist who was trolled by a book blogger on Goodreads, books are used as props, as weapons, as gifts, as status symbols, but never once is a book ever actually read.

Your occasional reminder that just as Yelp has nothing really to do with restaurants or food, Goodreads has almost nothing to do with the act of reading.

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