I picked this up as a free Kindle book.
There's no author information other than the name, but this book does have an introduction and text with every recipe. There is a table of contents but it's not hyperlinked.
The recipes look workable and I didn't see any egregious errors. The format is a bit inconsistent - bold text appears in some places and not others, page breaks appear in some odd places. Some text appears in a different color (not visible on my Kindle, but visible on the Kindle for PC).
The text mentions "golden syrup" in a few places but never provides an explanation or a recipe for it. It's apparently a sort of light treacle - molasses is dark treacle. According to Wikipedia, it's not that common in the United States outside Louisiana. However, the book doesn't include it as an ingredient, just as a serving suggestion, so it's not really a serious mark against the book, in my opinion.
The text is a bit impersonal, but provides helpful information and is clean, understandable, and remarkably error-free.
Honestly, I don't know how truly original the collection is - just run a search on pancake recipes and you'll find tons of information. Most recipe websites are going to give you a good variety when you search on pancakes. However, if you want a basic collection of recipes without combing through things yourself, then this might be helpful to you. The book itself is of higher quality than most e-cookbooks I've reviewed, and it does look like someone actually put some effort into writing the text.