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This article was published on December 28, 2019

How to understand an entire book in only 12 minutes

How to understand an entire book in only 12 minutes
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TLDR: With 12min, you can mine takeaways from hundreds of non-fiction best sellers any time you want for only $29. 

It’s that time of year again. With 2020 just around the corner and that towering pile of books on your nightstand still untouched from last year, you tell yourself, “Okay, this is the year I’m going to get through my reading list!”

We get it: Resolving to read more is an admirable goal, but maybe you’d like some extra help this time around?

12min is the key to getting through your reading list in 2020, and right now, you can get a lifetime subscription to their massive micro-book library for only $29, over 90 percent off the regular price, from TNW Deals.

With 12min’s curated library of non-fiction micro-books, every volume in their archive is distilled down to an essential 12 minute summary. With all the work’s key concepts highlighted, we can ingest the main ideas from hundreds of best-selling books on everything from finance, parenting, leadership, sales, productivity and more. 

The library adds about 30 new books a month — and if you can’t find a summary of a particular book you’re looking for, just recommend it to 12min and they might add it to their collection. 

Subscribers can save summaries in either text or audio form to review offline, so any time you find a spare 12 minutes in your day, you’ve got no excuse not to learn something new.

Regularly almost $350 for a lifetime subscription, you can get unlimited access to the 12min library at over 90 percent off. Or, you can try out 12min for just one year for only $19.

Prices are subject to change.

12min Micro Book Library: Lifetime Premium Subscription – $29

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