I did not want to post this in the reviews section, because I haven't actually read the whole book, just the Kindle sample. I want to note that there are a bunch of formatting problems, and wanted to warn people before they bought the Kindle version of the book.
It seems that any time the text is formatted differently (italicized, underlined/bolded, etc.), the differently-formatted text is surrounded by line breaks. So for instance, at locations 820-25, you get something like:
chapter 20 [this part was underlined]
,or a discussion of the reasons.)"
This happens every few pages on the Kindle version.
I agree with the above poster. I actually bought the Kindle version and now wish I didn't. I borrowed the book from the library and liked it enough to own a copy. I thought the Kindle version would be a smart idea for a bigger size reference book--save the shelf space, less money--but I wish I had a hard copy instead. In addition to formatting issues (and there are several) this is a book I want to read by jumping around to whatever topic is applicable to me at the time, but the Kindle doesn't make that as easy to do as I had thought it would. For one, the Go to TOC command doesn't work with my book. Instead I have to go to the cover and click forward through the pages until I get to the part of the TOC I'm looking for. It would be much faster to flip through in a hard copy, plus once I'm familiar with a book I usually remember about where in the pages a certain section falls. I don't recommend the Kindle version for this book, and based on my experience I probably won't be using my Kindle for reference books in general.