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Initial post: 6 Apr 2012 00:26:16 BDT
I went to see The Hunger Games at Wimbledon Odeon on Wednesday 4 April and in the adverts before the film, there was a short dramatisation of a new book about minds of old people being taken out of their bodies and put into younger bodies. Does anyone know the name of this book? (It wasn't The Host)

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