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I also found it trite for the book/author to frequently mention all the "extra," "free" stuff that we purchased with this book, available online or via email. Why can't that stuff just come in the book itself? It's kind of like a little videogame known as Destiny. The game launched with barely any semblance of a story, with all the lore and "story" of its sprawling universe existing outside of the game. It's just one factor that killed the immersion in that game, and the same principle applies here. I don't buy a book to be told about all the extra stuff I can get outside of the book. I expect the book I've purchased, the book I've read to be complete on its own terms, to have the info I want and serve as a reference point. This book isn't that. It feels like a sham, a bait-and-switch. I'd look elsewhere, even online articles seem to offer more authentic descriptions and accounts before they try and upsell you stuff. When you reach that point, just go to the next Google search. Way I see it, go big or go home. This author and his handout of a book went home a long time ago.