Every Book Emma Watson Has Ever Recommended

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Emma Watson loves to read.

The actress has that in common with her brainy Harry Potter character Hermione as well as bookish Belle, who she plays in the much-anticipated film Beauty and the Beast, out March 17. In addition to being a bookworm, Watson is also an outspoken feminist and as well as a Un Women Goodwill Ambassador and promoter of the organization’s HeForShe movement, which is dedicated to recruiting men into the movement for gender equality. As a response to her work with the Un, she launched the feminist
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Books: Review: The Angel’s Game

The Shadow Of The Wind, Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s debut adult novel, became an overnight European success when it was published in 2001. Translated into English by Lucia Graves and published in the United States in 2004, the historical fantasy introduced readers to a cavernous Barcelona repository called the Cemetery Of Forgotten Books. There, a bookstore owner’s son becomes enthralled with the work of an author who seems to have left no trace in the outside world, and he ends up threatened by a force his investigations have disturbed. Zafón’s latest novel, The Angel’s Game ...
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