on 3 January 2014
Whilst the idea behind this series is both thought provoking and potentially entertaining, the execution is awful.
The kindle version is not only full of typos, which are bad enough on their own, but also lacks a consistent use of verb tense that is irritating and at times confusing. In addition to this is the authors inability to correctly use the plural and singular versions of the first and third person: I, he, she, they, them, us and we; must agree with the use of: was, were, are and is; for the sentence to be understood.
It would also be helpful if the reader did not have to contend with poor sentence structure. Numerous times dependent clauses are used as complete sentences when they lack complete thoughts; thus leaving the reader confused by the authors failure to conclude his thoughts at the appropriate point.
There are many free, online resources that provide guidance in these areas. All writers should make use of these tools, not least those that are charging a price for their work.