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message 1: by Heather (new)

Heather (Heather012) Nook Survival Guide

Has anyone purchased this book? Is it worth it? I'm thinking it might be a good 'lend me' book to borrow from someone since there are mixed reviews on it. Thoughts???


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message 2: by Linda (new)

Linda Boyd (lboyd5900attnet) | 359 comments I would like to know that as well, I have it on my wishlist right now.

Jean Valjean (OG 2010) (courfeyrack) I still don't know why they're charging people for that. That's completely ridiculous.

message 4: by Michelle (last edited Dec 07, 2010 01:05PM) (new)

Michelle (beantime) It appears to be a self-published book written by someone who isn't working for or with B&N. If I'm right, that's probably why it isn't free. I think it's a complete waste of money, even at only $2.99. Any questions you have about the nook (or any of the other devices this person has written "survival guides" for) can be answered through Google, or by finding people in a group like this one who are willing to help you free of charge.

Or, you can print out that little outline of the book on the product page and take it to a B&N store. Ask the "nook expert" working there to show you how to do all of those things and he/she will do it for free.

Borrowing it isn't a bad idea either, since you wouldn't be paying any money for it, but honestly you'd get better results asking someone who can show you in person anyway.

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