How much politics do you like in your books?

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wkinnman
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Re: How much politics do you like in your books?

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I use reading as a way to free my mind of reality, unless its a book on conspiracy politics just isn't something I like to mix in with my books.

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I like when politics is discussed in books - it reflects on the characters and their beliefs. I think politics are discussed so much in real life that it makes sense to discuss in books. I don’t think it takes away from the story or distracts the reader

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