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Listen: Reading through the pandemic

Book Revue co-owner Robert Klein leaves the Huntington

Book Revue co-owner Robert Klein leaves the Huntington store with a book delivery. Credit: Raychel Brightman

Episode 23 of "Life Under Coronavirus" features an interview with Julie Wernersbach, general manager at Book Revue in Huntington. (click/tap to listen)

Wernersbach talks about why “The Great Gatsby” and “Dune” are selling well; why puzzles are being shown in the window; and what bookstores might look like in the post-pandemic future. 

Plus, a clip from our webinar with bestselling author Jennifer Weiner.

Nurses, truck drivers, food donors and more share their experiences in other episodes of "Life Under Coronavirus" available at newsday.com/lifeundercoronavirus or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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