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April 25, 2014


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I purchased the kindle edition and wasn't charged- they adjusted the 99 cents off after the purchase.

Just bought on Amazon for my iPad, pressed single click to purchase, and was charged $1. So I had to go back in and cancel order.

With your Prime membership, you can borrow this book for free on your Kindle device.

I just purchased the Kindle version which was free in the order details.

I just downloaded this E-book on my pad. It charged me $1, but it's really worth to purchase and I didn't regret it.

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