3,0 von 5 SternenSummary sorely lacking in editing and proofing
23. August 2018 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I like listening to books on audible and then getting the print summary of the full book. Most print books will have an error or two, but this summary is replete with grammar and punctuation errors, missing words, added words, and typos. The information is good, but the poor editing contributes to disrupting the flow of the ideas and calls attention to the multiple mistakes rather than emphasizing the good ideas from the book.
3,0 von 5 SternenThis summary needs a good editor and the writer needs to re-read his/her own writing
31. Oktober 2018 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I've read a few of these "summaries" and enjoy that fact that I can get the gist of an entire book in a shorter format, with less fluff. But this summary, while I think I still feel like I got something out of it, leaves a lot to be desired. Many typos and outright word/grammar mistakes. Most I could "figure out"... but I shouldn't have to. Like I said, I still got a good overview of the book in question and it's worth that (as a KU choice), but I'd be very upset if I paid for it. If -- like me -- you get this via KU, then I'd recommend it, but expect a poorly edited summary.
5,0 von 5 SternenGrammar hurts the understanding and credibility
7. August 2018 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Great book and matches my view of reading a spectrum of sources each day. But...get a English editor! There are multiple misspellings and grammar problems on each page, leading to frequent confusion as to what the authors meant.