Top positive review
A good starter book
Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2019
Good: Book is a very good and well organized way to get started with python. Well written and easily understood.
Bad: Kindle for Windows, gets worse with every implimentation. Issues are quite simply bad window sizing logic that forces you to constantly readjust the size of your viewing page and window. Does not auto size to the view screen properly on a tablet when you drag the bar to the top of the screen, with the top control bar the page the close, collapse and full screen icons are off the screeen to the right, even though there is plenty of space for them - just bad coding.. Once you manually adjust the screen size, if you choose to view the notes or table of contents, it then resets the screen width to the overfill the screen again. When you close these side panels, it doesn't restore the application width to what you previously spent a minuit or two setting it to properly fill the screen. And worst of all, it automatically reduces the with of the reading pane by about an inch on each size, so you have to manually increase it to full width again. This would be tolerable if it was only used to read short stories (like comic book length), but is a complete waste of time when one is employing a reference book.
Final Grade: Book- A+++, Kindle - F---------------------... (you get the idea )