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#54253 08/25/00 06:54 AM
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Hi, I'm 14 yrs old and my mom and i just ordered the program, i know that PR helps alot with technical-type reading, but how does it work with pleasure reading? will it work the same way and will i have the same experience from the book as if i had read it normally?
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Mike


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Paul Scheele talks about pleasure reading on the first tape of the course, because it enhances your experience.

Alice Preves, of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, wrote us a long time ago saying that she's rediscovered the joy of reading.

I PhotoRead a novel on one day (and seldom is the ending ruined!). On the next day I read it regular. Because I PhotoRead it first, my regular reading speed has doubled or tripled without it feeling I'm reading faster.

You will find stories are richer and characters fuller. If it is a murder mystery you get the sense you can solve it in the next chapter...page...paragraph.

If a character walks into a room and the author said it had a feeling of familiarity about it, you too will get that feeling becasue a part of you has been there before.

Have fun with it.



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