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What's the future of books? We ask a psychic at Mystic Journey Bookstore in Venice to tell us straight

As a books reporter in the Digital Age, I’m often asked: What’s the future of books? Although I can honestly say that I believe books are as vital and significant now as they ever have been, the truth is that I can’t predict the future. There are, however, those who can. (Maybe.) I decided to seek...
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