It's difficult to take seriously a book which an author self-publishes without getting it properly proof-read, offers free copies as bribes to people who write positive reviews, and then attacks (supposed) negative reviewers in person after they have criticised him in other areas. Look up Twitter posts referring to him if you want to see the sort of thing I mean.
Don't be swayed by the claim that the profits will go to a worthy cause. If you wish to help, forget the book and give your money directly to the cause (or any other cause you support).
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