In general I think kindle versions of textbooks are great. However, this title provides an example of how badly it can be done. There are no page numbers and no contents page. Any decent kindle book includes a hyperlinked contents page to help you navigate the book. The complete absence must be a mistake as bloomsbury professional texts all have contents pages. This means you have no way to jump to your destination past all the case and statutory references, or past earlier chapters. In order to make the kindle version (barely) navigable, I have just spent 45 minutes scanning through the entire text manually bookmarking the first page in each chapter. In another bizarre quirk, each and every footnote is highlighted in yellow. Why? Given the discrepancy between the cost and quality of this product, I'd recommend buying a second hand copy of the hard copy title over the kindle version. The publishers do not deserve the price they are charging for this cock up.
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