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Neville is great - this review is not about the content, but about the publisher
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2019
Neville wrote his books throughout several decades of the 1900s; this one was written originally in the 1940's, I believe. One of the nice things about books from a few decades ago is that one pretty much can count on quality grammar, spelling, and proofreading. Neville's books, however, have many "publishers" republishing them and I am learning that one needs to be careful which publisher one is getting the book from. This publisher, for example, called Merchant Books, does a bad job of proofreading their copying work of the original book. Therefore, there are many spelling errors, and actual word errors such as "in" instead of "of", etc. I would think it is simple enough to make sure a book is copied word for word. It doesn't even require one's own writing abilities, just simple copying abilities. When a publisher is so sloppy to not be able to perform such a simple task, then they should get into another business. If one does something, do it well. This particular version of At Your Command also lacks the citations of the quoted Biblical verses, another thing quite a few publishers don't bother with. So while the content and message of this book is wonderful, as is the case with the other Neville Goddard book I read as well (with more titles coming), the quality of the proofreading and publishing of Merchant Books is terrible. I would advise not to get any book by this company. Neville's books themselves, I love!