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How '90s Are Your Reading Habits?
You've not read too many books that were released in the '90s, but that's OK – maybe it just wasn't your decade.
You've read quite a lot of books that were released in the '90s. You know that the nineties was a great decade for literature, and there's plenty more books from the time that you intend on reading some day.
You've read A LOT of books that were released in the '90s. Chances are that you started reading sometime during the decade and still like to revisit some of the great books of the era.