Reviews for Amazon, mostly


I believe reviews for Amazon deserve as much care as more academic pieces. Your audience may be different but your standards should be the same.


Northanger Abbey

Postmodernism

Joseph P. Duggan. 2011. The Zuckerberg Galaxy. Pennylesse on Kindle

Marshall McLuhan for the 21st century

Joseph P. Duggan. 2011. Give Paz a Chance. Pennylesse on Kindle

Give Duggan a Chance

Computers

David Cochran. 2012. Bootstrap Web Development How-To. PacktLib on Kindle

How to cook up your own Bootstrap site (now outdated with the arrival of Boostrap3)

Eric A. Meyer. 2012. CSS and Documents. O'Reilly. Free on Kindle

A free guide for everyone

Kyle Simpson. 2012. HTML5 and JavaScript. O'Reilly. Free on Kindle.

A perfect appetizer

Economics

Paul Ormerod. 2012. Positive Linking: How networks can revolutionise the world. Faber. $12 on Kindle

A book to save economics

Society

Jane F. Gilgun. The Logic of Murderous Rampages and Other Essays on Violence and its Prevention. (Kindle Edition, 342 pp, $6.43)

Finding the courage to listen to monsters

Literature

Complete Works of Joseph Conrad (Illustrated), Delphi Classics, 2011. 5861 pages [Kindle Edition, $2.62]

Frankly, all you may need of Conrad

Complete Works of Ford Madox Ford (Illustrated), Delphi Classics, 2012. 14093Kb [Kindle Edition, $4.30]

A long way from complete

Complete Works of John Keats. (Illustrated), Delphi Poets Series. 2012. Kindle Edition $1.94

A marvellous edition of Keats