Brazil: A Culinary Journey (Hippocrene Cookbook Library) Kindle Edition
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The ingredient lists look like jpg's, and are a little difficult to read; although I appreciate that this may be an attempt to retain control of the fonts on the kindle, I would try something else since ingredients are the one thing I have to be able to read clearly. Also, the book makes reference to page numbers, not location numbers.
Honestly, I would re-edit this for the price that you want.
However, the lore and stories behind the recipes are fascinating. The book appears to be well researched. If one were to use it to acquire a cultural education, I would imagine it to be fairly accurate. Since this was listed as part of a "Cookbook Library," that is not what I expected.
Don't do it. Buy something else.
Most of the recipes serve from 8 to 12 persons. Thus, they can only be prepared for a large dinner party! I read cook books all the time, and rarely do they list recipes for such a large number of people.