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Let’s Go To Friday’s Top Weekend Reading Time

This weekend, cancel your plan and lift your feet to study. Reading is a good pastime, and we often don’t give ourselves time. But we assure you that once you get caught in it, you can’t look up. On this Friday night, do something for yourself, read a book, light a candle, enjoy true peace, and spend a warm night.

Bridge Of Clay

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This is a truly amazing story. The five brothers grew up in a world managed by their own rules. As the Dunbar brothers grew up, they quickly discovered the moving secret behind their father’s disappearance. The core character of the Dunbar family is Clay. How far is he willing to go to uncover this dark secret?

War Storm

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Marley Barrow is determined to overthrow the kingdom of the people who betrayed her. But, of course, no war was won alone. Before the Red Devils united, the horse must stand on the side of the boy who broke her heart to defeat the boy who almost hurt her heart. In order to accomplish such a difficult task, she must use her true strength.

The Catcher In The Rye

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J.D. Salinger’s classic “The Catcher in The Rye” has been attracting readers’ attention for decades. This is for the weekend. Although the story took place in the late 1940s, teenagers around the world can still resonate with the 16-year-old hero Holden Caulfield. Holden felt so painful that he became an adult and continued to be a child, so that he essentially alienated himself from those who followed one or the other.