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Great Content - Poor Printing. Kindle Version Much Better.
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2020
The print version of the book was printed very poorly (see picture). It reminded me of something printed on a low-resolution dot-matrix printer that was low on ink. Although it was readable, it was not crisp and clear. You would expect a $35 book to be printed on quality paper, with sharp printing.
I returned the print copy and purchased the Kindle version, which is surprisingly good. Although I prefer a physical copy of reference books, in this case I would recommend the Kindle version.
As far as actual content, so far I am finding it well-written and informative.