I don't understand why anyone would give this compilation a 5 star review. There is no index, little information, poor formatting, it's badly organized and difficult to navigate on a Kindle. The art itself seems to have been randomly chosen with little context provided.
It is best "read" on a computer Kindle App or Kindle Fire, as it is basically a series of photos of varying quality art works, chosen and presented randomly, within 9 broad chapters. These chapters aren't even named other than 1, 2, 3, etc on the opening page. To find out what each chapter covers, you have to return to the front page and click on each, one at a time, which takes you to the beginning of the chapter.
Just to save you all time, here is what is covered. Chapter 1, African art. Chapter 2, American Art. Chapter 3, Art of the Ancient Americas, Chapter 4, Art of the Ancient near east, Chapter 5, Art of the Pacific, Chapter 6, Chinese and Korean Art, Chapter 7, Costumes and Textiles Chapter 8, Decorative Arts and Design, Chapter 9, Egyptian Art.
Note that Europe is not represented, except within some of the costume and decorative sections. Within sections, items appear to be randomly selected, in no particular order, either by type, era, artist or medium. Since items are not indexed in any way, it is nearly impossible to search for any item, except within the 9 chapters, page by page.
I gave this 2 stars because the photos are decent quality, usually in color and it is interesting to browse through the book, never knowing what may show up on the next page, just as some personal art collections in small museums or galleries might be like. Just as an example, at location 3473, there is a bronze cat head... quite charming and enigmatic. Unfortunately, there is no information on it other than it's size [5"] and that it's "late period". ???
The book was free... I can't complain about wasting money.