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Misleading title and unbelievably poor quality publishing
on 8 February 2015
I thought this was going to be a biography of Alan Turing. Basically it is a primer about the machines and how the messages were, eventually, successfully decoded.
The copy I have is in font sizes which change mid-page and the concept of 'widows and orphans' has been taken to new depths. Most of what I have bought is blank paper. In Chapter 5, the subheadings are in the middle of one page, with the associated paragraph on the following page. Some chapters start on the left hand leaf following a completely blank page. If this is an example of BookCaps, then they can keep them. I will be returning it for a refund based on the quality and layout of the text and the misleading title.