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Lot's of repetition,
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A lot of the same explanations repeated throughout the book, and (I thought) a lot was common sense. Still, if you are about to buy a house or a car, this books is probably worth buying to know what to beware of. You would easily save the price of the book.
I just can't help feeling slightly unsatisfied though. Maybe because of the length? Or maybe because I expected just a bit more detail.
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Initial post: 23 Jun 2014 09:06:25 BDT
I don't know how much you paid for your Kindle version of my book. But if you got it during the special £0.99p promotion, I feel your comment that you 'expected more' somewhat harsh.
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Jun 2014 17:06:45 BDT
G. Heywood says:
As is your right! Given the amount of repetition in the book, it just seems like it was deliberately done to make it suitable for a book length, which in itself, is a kind of con.
Price cannot be the only consideration. I have read free books which were not great either.
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