I've decided to pass on this book at the last minute, even though I would like to read it. I don't think it's right to exploit Kindle owners by charging more than for the hardback edition and nearly twice as much as for the paperback.
It makes me question your credibility as a spiritual person when you take advantage of your own readers.
I may find it in the library one day, but I won't buy it. So instead of getting more than fair price, your greed got you nothing in this case.