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DO NOT BUY
on May 19, 2011
What a lousy job of making an electronic book!
Hundreds of pages of tables, each table split vertically across page boundaries. So we can see fruits and their serving sizes and some other data on one page and the GI and other data on the next. But looking at that second page, how do we know which row is which?
The best I came up with is to count the number of rows from the top of one page ("apples", say) down to the row you're interested in ("blueberries"), then go to the next page (which has the blueberry GI data) and count down again from the top. If you're lucky, you'll arrive at the correct row and learn something about blueberries.
Turning landscape helps a bit, because you can see two page images at once, but the two page images don't line up, so you still have to count.
Unfortunately, only the introductory prose material is included in the free sample, so you don't see the ludicrous formatting of the bulk of the book. A real rip-off.