When you buy a book written by David McCullough, published by Simon & Schuster you expect a high quality book - even in paperback. This isn't one. I haven't read it yet, and I will, but already I notice that the type face is less than professional, the paper seems cheap, the photos are barely recognizable as images they're so dark, and the captions are too large for the page so words "runtogethertosavespace." The captions on one page are a different size than the captions on another. I read McCullough's 'John Adams' in paperback, and was spellbound by the work, and the quality of printing was flawless.
I hope the story is good, because the quality of this printed book is terrible.