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    The best book is one that gets you thinking. One where a bad guy is not a bad guy, but someone who behaves in a way that is not always good for the protagonist. And who is the antagonist really, and who is the good guy? Is it Charles, who plants dangerous ideas in the minds of young students, believing he will help them think freely? Does he really free them, or does he only add danger to their lives? Is it miss Barfield, who infiltrates and moulds the minds of young people? Is greed really all there is to her motives? Reading this book, I realised my need to read more and differently. It has been too long since I read a book and thought about things like motives, deeper meanings, etc. I want to read more, more literature, more poetry. 'At the Trough' has rekindled my flame, and I want to thank Adam Knight for it. I received a free copy through Netgalley in return for an honest review

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