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Hooked on a book, podcast or TV show? Here’s how the story changes you

Leigh Tuttle reads a Christmas book to her son Weston Tuttle, 5, as she gets him ready for bed at their rental home in Steilacoom, Washington, U.S. November 28, 2018.  Picture taken November 28, 2018. To match Special Report USA-MILITARY/DEVELOPER    REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson - RC1DBB6061E0

Getting lost in a good book can be more literal than you think. Image: REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

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