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How long does it take you to read a Tintin book?

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#1 · Posted: 23 Sep 2007 21:31
I'm always surprised at how fast people say they can read a Tintin book. It usually takes me more than an hour.
#2 · Posted: 24 Sep 2007 05:54
I love to enjoy the pictures and take it all in as I read, so each standard album probably takes about 1 and half hours (although I've never actually timed it).
#3 · Posted: 24 Sep 2007 10:24
Don't know. I never read from cover to cover anyway since I've read them all a hundred times at least.
cigars of the beeper
#4 · Posted: 26 Sep 2007 19:11
For me, I can read "The Black Island" in about a half hour or forty-five minutes, but "Flight 714" or "The Broken Ear" take about an hour and a half, so for me it varies.
#5 · Posted: 27 Sep 2007 17:15 · Edited by: number1fan
When i read one i read up to
about page 32 then read the other half another time about 45 minutes to read it each way.
#6 · Posted: 2 Oct 2007 08:08
For me, it takes three days to read a tintin book.

Do not be surprised. I am a class 10 student and i have to read a tintin book in installments
#7 · Posted: 1 Nov 2007 11:56 · Edited by: Kent
Once, it took me 2 1/2 hours to read "The golden claws". I wanted to make a assignment about it. But usually it takes around 50 minutes I think.
Rianna Lauren
#8 · Posted: 10 Jul 2010 12:45
It may take up to 1.5-2 hours to me. Depends on how complicated and complex the story is. I usually like to take in the art and the words, and usually I re-read any parts that are a bit hard for me. So it takes me quite long.
#9 · Posted: 11 Jul 2010 07:33
A few months... That's because I'd stop after a few pages to read something else.
Action Potential
#10 · Posted: 7 Jul 2011 14:01
About an hour. You have got to make it play out like a movie.

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