Settle down for some reading this weekend with our selection of the best articles we enjoyed this past week. We’ve got a brand new novel from JK Rowling, the story coaster, why you should read the introductions to novels at the end and what are the movies that audiences loved but the critics hated?
J.K. Rowling’s New Book: Crime Novel Pseudonym Revealed (Leaky Cauldron)
Like a book by a new crime writer named Robert Galbraith? Well, JK! It was Rowling!
The Story Coaster (New York Times)
The ups and downs of being a reader.
Why You Should Read Introductions at the End of the Book (Galley Cat)
When should you read the introduction to a book?
What are the movies that audiences loved but the critics hated? (The Guardian)
Analysis of 10,000 movies reveals the films with the highest disparity between critic and audience reviews.
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– Rob Chilver