You need to know that I downloaded this when it was offered for free.
Had I bought this book, I would want my $$ back. The author provides links to
Amazon that open pages of every book offered free, and in different sorts (ranking,
chronology). I've clicked on the links that say they send me to the list of FREE -
well, every book for the first 3 pages that I clicked through on that list COSTS something, unless you
are an Amazon PRIME member.
I have nothing against the PRIME program, in fact, I'm considering it for myself, but having the
link take me to a page that ALL the books are NOT FREE makes me wonder if the author somehow gets a kickback
if you purchase a book by going through the provided links. I tried closing and opening the book a couple of times, and the linked
results list did not change, no free listings. If you change the ranking from low to high $$, then the results do show free books, but they are mainly public domain works.
He does provide links to public domain books offered on Amazon, and offers links and information on
other non-Amazon sites that list free books.
There are other sites that offer links to truly free books on Amazon (non-Prime), I found a couple of great links through
the Kindle forums. But I'm lazy, so you'll have to do your own search!
In summary, a short book, with suggestions on searching and links to both Amazon and non-Amazon content. It was worth
the free download for me, your mileage may vary.