Agreed! I've been dying to put kindle books on my wishlist! I've opted to wishlist the actual book and make a note of the kindle price in the notes section, but if the price of the kindle books change, that doesn't get reflected.
To wish list click the review link of the kindle book u want and it will show u a add to wish list button. What's not possible is having others purchase a wishlisted book for u as a gift. Just says "gift option not available".
In the reviews? Not for me. I don't seem to have that when I am here in Amazon Kindle looking at books. I've checked all over each book's pages as well as the main Kindle page for a link of any type. There is no wishlist button anywhere for me. I even checked on my iPod Touch App and there isn't one there either. It seems to me such a simple thing to put the wishlist button on these books just like every other item in the immense Amazon catalog has. This is a VERY huge oversight in my opinion. Anyway, I'm not sure where you are looking, but it isn't on mine.
Another way to wishlist the book is to select a printed copy of the book and add it to your wishlist. When you want to buy the book, from your wish list, select the book and change it to the kindle version. This seems to be the only way to wishlist kindle books that doesn't have reviews (like a future release)
My question is why the recent focus on the "inspirational" Christian books on this Kindle list? Beware those by DON Brown in particular. I ordered the free ones and the first was so anti-Semetic, anti-Islam that I was shocked. I immediately deleted all.
I have books in my wish list showing when I access it from the computer browser, however when I try to access it trough my kindle 'Menu'>'Shop in Kindle Store'>'Your wish list' it shows 0 titles. Anyone experienced this and know where is a problem?
-sorted: the book must be kindle edition to appear in the wish list on kindle ... my bad :>