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Poor Kindle Edition,
This review is from: The Honourable Schoolboy (Kindle Edition)NB this review is just for the kindle edition - I am currently reading this book in paper back, but left it at home for a holiday and so down loaded the kindle edition on a friend's kindle. The problem is that there is no spacing between different episodes in the kindle edition so it becomes very difficult to follow the action - are all kindle books like this, if so I will find it very difficult to switch from old fashioned paper backs....
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Initial post: 21 Mar 2012 01:03:35 GMT
Cheshire Cat says:
It could well be a Kindle problem. I've just purchased 'A Perfect Spy' by the same author, and it suffers from the same lack of delineation between separate episodes.
In reply to an earlier post on 10 Dec 2013 09:33:03 GMT
J. Statham says:
Thank you for this information. I've just finished listening to the serialisation of the book on Radio4 Extra, and as there were so many loose ends in the final episode (for instance: we don't find out what happened to Lizzie waiting in Hong Kong), I thought I'd buy the Kindle version for information missing from the radio adaptation. After reading your and another's posts, I'll look for a second hand copy of the paperback instead!
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