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What genres do you prefer?

The speed of modern life is several times higher than it was several dozen years ago. We do not have time for a little respite. Everything must be somewhere in a hurry, do not be late. Constant traffic jams, work on the other end of the city further reduce our day. And it seems that instead of 24 hours they are only 18. And when you ask a person about your favorite books, you usually get a dry phrase in response: "I do not have time to read." Many believe that books are read by loafers, who have a lot of free time. In fact, every person has time to read, regardless of the degree of his employment. You also find time to watch TV, to social networks, to news on the Internet, to phone conversations and other unnecessary classes. Among them, you can allocate 30 minutes to read a book. Of course, earlier books were read not only for the sake of pleasure, but also for obtaining new information. Today, almost all information is on the Internet. It is enough to type a few words in the search box and please, before you hundreds of variants of ready-made works, choose and customize for yourself. But here's the question, but is it all right? Do we deprive ourselves of something very important, very valuable?