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Book lovers would argue nothing has changed. Reading requires no Internet connection, no cell phone, hardly a chair.
And now autumn looms, and with it the annual harvest of new books. Here are a few.
QUOTABLE FALL TITLES
"When all is said and done, killing my mother came easily. Dementia, as it descends, has a way of revealing the core of the person affected by it. My mother's core was rotten like the brackish water at the bottom of a weeks-old vase of flowers." — "The Almost Moon" by Alice Sebold, author of "The Lovely Bones." "Moon" will be published Oct. 16.