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Toronto Reads: Hearing From Readers

We're launching a new series today. We're hearing from people who are readers of the Top Five Canada Reads books and share a connection to the stories. Like the main character in "Something Fierce, Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter" , Magdalena Diaz and her family fled Chile after the coup of Augusto Pinochet. Laura spoke with her. Listen audio (runs 8:30)

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