Dan Stevens: 'I read 146 books for Man Booker Prize'


Dan Stevens, who is on the judging panel for this year's Man Booker Prize, says he has had a "tricky" year.

The actor - who will make his Broadway debut later in the year and is starring in the third season of Downton Abbey - has had to make time to read 146 books.

He told BBC News that he never skim reads, but gives each book a "thorough reading".

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