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Monday, December 09, 2019

This App Is The Best Way To Finally Fly Through Your Reading List

As political junkies, we’re all prone to biting off more than we can chew when it comes to our reading lists. From political biographies to historical classics, the books we hope to conquer in our lifetime are ambitious and varied. But what if you could absorb the knowledge within the pages of these books without having to go chapter by chapter?

With mountains of insightful non-fiction books at the ready, a lifetime subscription to Instaread (now just $49.99 in the National Memo Store) helps you not only devour loads of titles fast, but actually hold onto that knowledge as well.

Instaread does the heavy lifting for you, boiling down meaning and key takeaways from any given book and allowing you to understand the author’s major points in a matter of minutes. The Instaread app offers up detailed overviews and analysis of hundreds of nonfiction books, chapter by chapter. As you read (and sometimes, listen to) these intricate synopses, the book’s thesis becomes clear, as do its deeper meanings — all in a process that takes less than 30 minutes.

With over 560 New York Times nonfiction bestsellers (with 20 new books added to the list every month), you’ll be able to take down a book or two a day as you drive to work, run errands, workout or just decompress after a long day.

A lifetime of Instaread access usually runs almost $500, so lock in this heavily discounted price now before the offer expires.

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