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page-turner

[ peyj-tur-ner ]
/ ˈpeɪdʒˌtɜr nər /
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noun
a book so exciting or gripping that one is compelled to read it very rapidly.
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Origin of page-turner

First recorded in 1970–75
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British Dictionary definitions for page-turner

page-turner

noun
an exciting novel, such as a thriller, with a fast-moving story
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