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I really wanted to like this work. Somewhere, amongst all the spelling mistakes, odd syntax, crazy sentence structure and broken paragraphs, there must lurk an enjoyable, yarn filled book.
However, because of all of the above, I found the book very irritating to read. Why, oh why, do Kindle books (even though they are fairly cheap) have to be so shoddily presented? Are there no proof readers around to correct even the most basic of errors anymore?. My download was filled with pages containing just one sentence, with the continuation of the paragraph on the next page. Silly spelling mistakes crept in and odd representations of numbers cropped up, here and there.
Whoever produces these volumes really does need to shape up.
I'm on the fence with this, it's not awesome but it's not bad either. Some nice mysteries in there and it's refreshing to read 2 sides of the story rather than just one persons view or opinion. The structure for the e book drove me mad, the structuring seems broken, some pages had one sentence then starts on the next page? And a few typo errors.