Fact before fiction
Uno read all night. He read the book about the mystery in Miami. It wasn't as good as he had expected. Now he's asleep and he dreams of a big man, short of breath, who pursues a woman on the beach in Miami. The woman looks like his manager. Tomorrow he will read a story about someone who embezzles millions from his employer and seems to get away with it. He has no expectations about this book. If he doesn't like it he will skip it and take one of the other two, or an Alan Greenspan book again perhaps. Uno finds it a bit hard to get used to reading fiction. He probably still prefers fact before fiction, because it deals with life as it is.