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Not a fan of the style, bad kindle port
Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2020
The cover of this book says its a brain-friendly way of learning. The introduction says that the book might be for you if you prefer engaging dinner party conversation to dry, dull academic lectures. The implication seems to be that learning HTML is difficult and boring, which is strange considering that someone can start building pages almost immediately.
I found the style tiring and cumbersome. I managed to make it to chapter two before I called it quits. The horrible Kindle port certainly didn't help. Seriously, you need a magnifying glass to read a lot of the pictures, and the book relies so heavily on them that this becomes a crippling flaw.