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This one app is changing the way we read

12min Book Summary Library grants you unlimited access to countless 12-minute summaries of important books, and a lifetime subscription is $39 right now.
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September 16, 2019
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It's no coincidence that some of the world's most successful and driven people are voracious readers. Business leaders ranging from Bill Gates to Warren Buffett credit their insatiable reading habits for their otherworldly success, and experts agree that reading is one of the best things you can do when it comes to keeping your brain active and healthy.

The 12min Book Summary Library makes it easier than ever to power through some of the most important books in the world, and a lifetime premium subscription is available for over 85 percent off at just $39.

This subscription grants you unlimited access to a massive trove of "micro books," hyper-focused summaries of some of today's best in non-fiction; and you'll gain immediate access to thirty new micro books every month.

Each micro book is designed to be read and digested in just twelve minutes (making this service perfect for anybody who can't seem to find enough time in the day to sit down with traditional books), and you'll be able to search for any book title in an extensive library.

And on the off-chance you can't find what you're looking for, you can pitch a new idea to the 12min experts and they'll add it to the library for you.

Up your reading game without wasting precious hours of your day with a lifetime premium subscription to the 12min Book Summary Library for just $39—over 85 percent off for a limited time.

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