Official Solution: Flyer: Appleseed Books is pleased to announce that our Summer Bookclub and Signing Series will feature six of the best new novels by local authors. Club registration fee includes all books, refreshments at meetings, and admission to each signing event.

Based on the information above, which of the following must be true?

A. Summer Bookclub will be popular among fans of local authors.

B. Most local authors write novels rather than poetry.

C. Book signings will not be held during regular meetings.

D. Only Bookclub members will be admitted to signing events.

E. It must be decided which new novels are the best.

Situation:A bookstore announces the components of its summer book club.

Reasoning: Which option must

be true? In order to answer this question correctly, it is necessary to distinguish between information that

might or

could be true, and information stated directly in the passage. Since the flyer claims the club will read the

best new novels, it is reasonable to conclude that someone has decided which novels qualify as the

best.

- This may or may not be the case.
- Genres in which local authors work are not discussed in the passage.
- Though the passage lists book signings and meetings as separate items in a series, it does not state that they will be held at different times.
- The passage does not make this claim.
- If the book club will be reading six of the best new novels, it is reasonable to conclude that some member of the bookstore or reading series staff has made a decision as to what constitutes the best.

Answer: E

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