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All New Letters from a Nut: Includes Lunatic Email Exchanges

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  • Posted April 19, 2011

    waste of nook space

    There should be a warning or at least a return offered on mistkes like this. I'm sure the book is hilarious (like the others in the series are), but who can tell since the type is far too small to even read. The exact correspondence is copied so it is impossible to resize to the point of readibility. A real disappointment!

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  • Posted February 18, 2011

    ebook not so good...

    I do have to say, I probably would have enjoyed this...if I could have read the letters on my nook. The book contains copy of the letters, in photographic form. Great for authenticity. Not so great when read on a device that can't zoom in on a page. I just have two words for BN: Epic Fail. You should have seen this coming, you're a book store!

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  • Posted October 21, 2010

    eReader makes it virtually unreadable

    I read the intro and enjoyed it well enough, but when I reached the body of the book I found that the actual letters had been reproduced and appeared one to a page with tiny printing. The fact that the Reader (on the iPad) does not support zooming, something nearly all other 'Apps' do support means that I need a magnifying glass to read it. If the text was reproduced rather than the full letter, I could adjust the font, but such is not the case. Thus I must give One Star since I have been unable to read the book.

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