Breakthrough Rapid Reading

Breakthrough Rapid Reading

Authors: Peter Kump,

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If you’re a slow reader or you struggle to understand texts easily, Peter Kump’s Breakthrough Rapid Reading is the best thing you’ve laid hands on. He gives you principles that will improve your reading and exercises that could be used to assess your progress.

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