Why does Blinkist focus on non-fiction rather than fiction?

Non-fiction’s a bit like a table: a careful look reveals its main parts, how they fit together, and what each element contributes to the piece’s overall function. Writing a clear, outlined description of the table works in part due to its very nature.

Fiction, on the other hand, is teeming with sub-plots, ambiance, and metaphor – it’s a lot more like a painting than a table. And how do you outline a painting? Well, we’ll get back to you when we’ve figure that out

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