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The Gen Show: Books That Raised a Generation

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By Maria Coraza and Jaden Edison
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The Gen Show with Jaden and Maria mixes early-to-mid-00s pop culture, nostalgic references, and happenings in tech & social media.  In each episode, we will basically talk about what’s relevant in this day and age as we reminisce on what our generation grew up with. Overall, The Gen Show aims to strike the conversation of the good ‘ole days and how weird, interesting and convenient the future seems to be heading.

On Episode 7 of The Gen Show, we converse to answer one overarching question: How did books — when we were children — hold our attention for so long, and what made us lose interest? Along the way, we reminisce and talk about both the memorable Percy Jackson and Twilight book series and their individual transitions into films.

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