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Can The Hawking Index Tell Us When People Give Up On Books?

Posted at 6:56AM Tuesday 08 Jul 2014

By counting which pages readers highlight on their Kindles, a new scale attempts to measure how far people persist with certain well-known books. Bad news for Capital – and Fifty Shades of Grey

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