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Kindle edition is poorly implemented,
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This review is from: Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth and Happiness (Kindle Edition)
Whilst I found this to be an interesting and thought provoking book, I found the implementation of it on kindle to be most unsatisfactory. The key issue is that all the important foot notes have been placed at the end of the book, completely out of context. There is no way to find out where in the text the foot notes belong. Most readers will only find these important footnotes after reading the whole book - and will then doubtless feel as frustrated as I did. The Index is also worse than useless, as the kindle edition (at least at the time I read it) does not preserve page numbers. This mangling seems to be typical of kindle books. I am increasingly looking to source PDF versions of books which preserve the text and layout as the author intended.