Books are one of the best things humans ever came up with. But let’s be honest — not every one of them requires days of your attention. Why devote precious hours to reading when it makes more sense to spend a few minutes getting the gist?
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Reading is important and fulfilling, but it can take more time than many of us have. It’s also an unspoken fact that books are often longer than they need to be, so sometimes the best thing to do is just get a summary.
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You’ll find some of the most interesting, important and entertaining information in books. But with all the books out there, and all the things vying for your attention and time, it can be hard to get through even a single book. That makes these condensed book breakdowns essential for anyone who wants to stay in the know while on the go.
Reading remains one of the best ways to soak in new information. But reading also takes a lot of time, and sometimes, you just need to know enough to get a grip on a subject, or to know what everybody’s talking about.
Reading is one of the best things we can do to stay informed and keep our minds sharp. But it’s also one thing for which there’s never enough time. Instead of stressing over the books you can’t get to, this service gives the gist so you’re not in the dark.
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