- n. Plural form of turner.
“I'm totally getting a clip-on cupholder mounted on my "turners".”
“On the other had, I have friends who would make perfect 'turners'.”
“Child_lit has been discussing how books perceived as page turners (like The Hunger Games) don't get the respect they should, but I figure there's page-turners and then there's page-browsers -- James Patterson, I'm looking at you.”
“Bajaj blends in among the lobbyists and lawyers and government head-turners who populate his five downtown establishments.”
“Think about how successful page turners use chapter endings to move the story forward.”
“Either we climbed over the fence in those days, or we became turnstile turners for 50 cents.”
“Neither the Sri Lankans Rangana Herath and Suraj Randiv nor Indian spinners such as Ravichandran Ashwin although very good and Pragyan Ojha ought to pose quite the threat that did Saeed Ajmal, Abdur Rehman and to an extent Mohammad Hafeez on the slow, low turners produced in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.”
“To get runs on the turners of the Indian subcontinent as well as the concrete of the Waca is the mark of a special batsman.”
“Codex takes its place on the shelf of self-referential, bibliophilic page turners like The Name of the Rose, Possession and A Case of Curiosities, and it's as entertaining as any of them.”
“Your novels are always incredibly topical and yet also highly entertaining page turners.”
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