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Don't Waste Your Money With The Kindle Version
on 8 February 2016
The kindle version of this book is full of formatting and typographical errors - I got so fed up that I ended up borrowing the book from the library! Not only does it contain the usual minor, though annoying, typographical errors, but sentences are left unfinished. For example, in Chapter 1 the kindle text states: "At least one German newspaper, the Frankfurter Rundschau, asked itself the obvious question, long overdue - why so many people who must have known, for instance, the record of the chief prosecutor had kept silent - and then came up with the even more obvious answer: "Because they themselves." This obviously makes no sense until you add "felt incriminated" after "themselves".
This isn't the first Penguin book I've downloaded that has been full of errors, but it will be the last. Interestingly, Penguin's 'rival' Oxford World Classics manages to properly format its kindle books, so perhaps Penguin could learn something from them.
My experience with the kindle version was disappointing, because otherwise this is an excellent book with a useful introduction by Amos Elon, which discusses the controversy this book caused on its first publication.