How to Read a Book
Selected Reader Reviews:
Sooo not easie! By Richard Wright
Man i trie to read this book 3 time but i cant do it.
Brilliant. By A reader
This book is one of the best books I have read, and it has exerted immense influence on me. I now read actively — I mean, as much as possible — and can feel how much more I am gaining from reading. The book has shown me the way to life-long learning.
Read this book…please! By Bradley Morehouse
This book should be required reading before writing an Amazon book review. Don’t just read it…digest it.
Huh? By Conan the Librarian
I might not be a Fulbright Scholar, but it seems to me that a book titled ‘How to Read a Book’ has serious retailing problems. Anyone who can read doesn’t need to buy it, and those who can’t read wouldn’t understand a single word of it.
Help! By J. Deighton
I never could bring mice elf to finish this book. Does anyone know if there are cliff notes?
Informative and Insightfull…..For readers of 1940s By A Agarwal
Mortimer’s “How to read a book” is a 400 page saga on rules of reading literature, science, maths, history and poetry. I am sure that when it was first published in 1940s, it was the ground breaking first book ever that taught people how to read.