This Subscription Will Make You The Fastest Reader Alive

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We're not here to tell you how important reading is. We'll leave that to your disappointed parents, disapproving teachers, and those smug "scientists." Instead we're just going to point out that you still have to read, whether you hate it or love it. Heck, you're reading right now. And if you'd used BeeLine Reader, you'd have finished this paragraph 30 seconds ago.

This Subscription Will Make You The Fastest Reader Alive

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BeeLine Reader is a speed-reading subscription service that uses cutting-edge science to train you to be a faster and smarter reader, and also to better absorb information. A clever color-grading system guides your eye from line to line with almost superhuman efficiency, reducing line transition errors (the biggest delay for most readers) and providing skills that will work on books, computer screens, and anywhere else you can see a string of letters in a row.

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A one-year subscription to these classes is normally $54, but you can grab it in the Cracked Shop right now for just $9.99.

Now that you're a bona fide speedster, you're going to need something to read. Start with the Robert Green Audiobook Bundle and this ReadMe Premium: Lifetime Subscription.

Want even more? There's No Such Thing As Too Many Books With These Bundles.

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