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And I had the same understanding as you, where I doubt anyone would read one book but not read the ones that came before it. Naturally, if someone had the time and patience to read through the door stopper of a fifth book, they would have the time and patience to read through one to four. If anything, it\'s already particular as to \'\'how\' a fan approaches the series. If anything, a fan can avoid the LateArrivalSpoiler by watching the movie that is paired with the book instead of finishing one medium before moving onto the next.
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And I had the same understanding as you, where I doubt anyone would read one book but not read the ones that came before it. Naturally, if someone had the time and patience to read through the door stopper of a fifth book, they would have the time and patience to read through one to four. Now that I think about it, it\\\'s really about as to \\\'\\\'how\\\' a fan approaches the series in terms of late arrival spoilers. If anything, a fan can avoid the LateArrivalSpoiler by watching the movie that is paired with the book instead of finishing one medium before moving onto the next. And avoiding merchandize and advertisements (and the Fandom) at the same time.
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