I am truly aghast at the sheer stupidity of the reviews on this page. York Notes is renown for producing Study 'Notes' - clue in the title, see? York Notes has never published full books before, and so it would be ludicrous for them to make a right turn and "you know what, let's confuse our customer base by publishing an entire novel instead of what we've been doing for the last fifty study books." My jaw literally hung open in disbelief as I read through some of the garbage on this page.
The poor reviews are products of customers diving in without researching their purchase, not - as the intention of Amazon reviews - the quality of the study notes. It's the equivalent of buying a caravan trailer and complaining that it didn't come with the caravan. This study book, much like a caravan trailer, is to SUPPLEMENT the original product.
I am an English Literature student; I've bought York Notes for every piece of Literature I've had to dissect, and without exception I've benefited from each one greatly. York Notes is truly fantastic, so much so that many of my classmates have gone out and bought York Notes as a result of sharing mine. This book is no exception. If you're studying Brave New World as a Dystopian theme in your Literature course, this is for you.
* Customers do not read 'Product Description'.
* Customers buy anyway.
* Customers inevitably disappointed with 'wrong' product.
* Customer feels s/he has been wronged. It must be Amazon's fault.
* One star reviews ensue.