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3 Ways Christian Audio Book Summaries Will Save You Time & Money

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First of All…What’s a Book Summary?

The book summaries from Books At a Glance crunch each book into a 7-10 page, chapter-by-chapter summary, so that you can really learn the meaning, teachings, and arguments contained in the book…in just the time it takes you to read (or listen to!) 7-10 pages. These book summaries are much like the very popular “cliff notes” or “executive summaries” versions of books in the secular arena.

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Every week, when you read or listen to the book summaries from Books At a Glance, you will in essence read an entire book…in minutes! With the Books At a Glance, you will learn more, in less time! (Click HERE to get your first book summary.)

Have You Ever Bought the “Wrong” Book?

Books at a GlanceWe’ve all done it…saw a book that looked good, but once you got to reading it, you realized that it wasn’t as good as you thought it would be. This is not only a waste of time, but also a waste of money! Now, with Books At a Glance, you will be able to buy books more discerningly, so that you never waste money on the “wrong” book again!

So Many Books…So Little Time…How Will You Keep Up?

There are so many new books coming out every week that it is virtually impossible to keep up with them all When you get our weekly book summaries, as well as multiple book reviews and author-interviews each week, you will automatically know which books will be of value to you and which ones you want to read. This will save you from having to scour the internet and publisher catalogs for hours on end, just to keep up with the newest and best quality, Christian books!

Click Here to Start Keeping Up with the Newest and Most Significant Christian Books

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