Do men and women read differently? The Telegraph reported that a recent survey found women are more avid readers, and that "almost half of women are 'page turners' who finish a book soon after starting it compared to only 26% of men. . . . The survey of 2,000 adults also found those who take a long time to read books and only managed one or two a year were twice as likely to be male than female."
This rings true at our house. Bob reads about 50 books a year, I read between 120-150 books each year.
How about at your house?
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