Toby L'Estrange posted the world's fastest review when scripts for new play Harry Potter and The Cursed Child came out
Strictly speaking, a speed-reader
on amphetamines who reads books for a living and likes the odd novel or three on his evenings off could barely scratch the surface of the world's back catalogue of books.
I've become a speed-reader
over the years, but I needed something else to make my experience more fluid.
As an adult, I am a voracious speed-reader
of biographies, an avid gardener and I still love sports, both as participator and spectator.
When you become a speed-reader
, this area does most of the work.
Currently, neighbors can request that the Public Works Department park one of two speed-reader
trailers in their neighborhood to remind drivers of their speed.
Toby L'Estrange will post world's fastest review when scripts for new play Harry Potter and The Cursed Child are out at midnight tomorrow.
Well, our speed-readers
could say something like this: "I used my speed-reading abilities on the Sledgehammer case.
Author Pierre Bayard, of How to Talk About Books that You Haven't Read, said that frequent speed-readers
have developed the ability to "form valid opinions about texts they have only skimmed".
The geopolitical chapter, for example, is fascinating but not for speed-readers
All of those tales of amazing speed-readers
are bunk, Ronald Carver, a professor of education and psychology at the University of Missouri at Kansas City, told Noah.
The things of this earth"--African earth--and the quotidian "daily living" (to speed-readers
the banal) are largely missing from the edited version, a kind of Moby-Dick in which the lion, leopard, and Debba hunts remain, but the "processes and techniques of daily living"--on a whaler or in a safari camp--are greatly diminished.