must-read

must-read

(mŭst′rēd′)
n. Informal
A piece of writing, such as a book or article, that should or must be read: a book that is a must-read for parents of teenagers.

must′-read′ adj.
Translations

must-read

adj (esp US) a must-read bookein Buch, das man unbedingt gelesen haben muss
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A novel that can be parsed several times to uncover new meaning, Love and Other Pranks is a must-read.
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This should be on all read-aloud lists and is a must-read for lovers of fantasy or adventure.--Lona Trulove
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Why it's a must-read: Destroys any thoughts you might harbor about being helpless and puts you in control of your destiny.
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Hailed as a masterpiece, this Hungarian trilogy has accumulated dozens of reviews and a reputation as a must-read (see WLT, Winter 2000, 204).
Your work should be a must-read for all Canadians, particularly the current Prime Minister and his party!
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It is a must-read by Michelle Robinson, author of How To Wash a Woolly Mammoth and award winning illustrator Jim Field.