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In Connie Willis' 'Crosstalk,' sci-fi meets romance in an overcommunication age

Romance novels love mind-reading. The genre is built around the belief that if you know the characters' thoughts from the inside, you will fall in love. In most modern romances, the reader bounces back and forth between the consciousness of one lead and the consciousness of the other, feeling the...
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