Pride & Prejudice Is Top Book Brits Lie About Reading

Pride & Prejudice Is Top Book Brits Lie About Reading
When it comes to literary classics, Brits are a nation of book bluffers according to the latest research from the Lindeman’s Wine & Book Club, which has revealed 71% of Britons lie to their friends and family, claiming to have read books they haven’t really in order to keep face.

Fear of being perceived as stupid has been cited as the most common reason for the ‘book bluffing’ phenomenon.

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