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  • Must feed Brains

    Thu, 16 Dec 2010 10:04

    free-mini-bookOoh, look, a free eBook pdf download! Train your brain to operate a bit harder and faster for longer. Sharpen your grey matter here...

    Also we've done a little search on the site for you as well so you can check out all the other 'for Dummies' guides to do just about anything. Have a look here.

    Now, where did I put my keys...

    ps The download is a very reasonable 797.56 KB (PDF)

    Posted by Adam Adam

    Categories: Free, book, Must feed Brains

    Comments

    1. Bea's avatar Bea

      Thank YOU, for being and for the free e-book. I've never thought of myself as a dummy in any normal human being sort of way, but at age 70 (71 tomorrow!) my brain needs as much help as my body does. So thanks again. I'll be "seeing" you again.

      Posted Tue, 25 Jun 2013 22:52
    2. wendy's avatar wendy

      i just started looking at the sight and just registered so i am not sure how i totally feel about it yet

      Posted Sun, 23 Sep 2012 06:03
    3. bd twitlister's avatar bd twitlister

      @M Williams If you email manager@bookdepository.co.uk with your order number we'll see what we can do. Many apologies for the shoddy service.

      Posted Mon, 10 Jan 2011 10:46 Under review
    4. mark giordano's avatar mark giordano

      Please send me the free book for dummies. Thank You.

      Posted Wed, 29 Dec 2010 19:13 Under review
    5. dikla's avatar dikla

      thanks

      Posted Tue, 28 Dec 2010 03:53 Under review
    6. dedi sastradi's avatar dedi sastradi

      Thank you very much..

      Posted Mon, 27 Dec 2010 19:25 Under review
    7. John's avatar John

      Thank you for the free ebook, any more in the pipeline, they will always be welcome.

      Posted Mon, 27 Dec 2010 19:08 Under review
    8. Reinhard's avatar Reinhard

      Many thanks.

      Posted Mon, 27 Dec 2010 16:06 Under review
    9. Tina's avatar Tina

      Great present, many thanks!

      Posted Mon, 27 Dec 2010 16:03 Under review
    10. GeorginaTaffe's avatar GeorginaTaffe

      Thanks heaps. This will be great to try with the kids

      Posted Sun, 26 Dec 2010 03:01 Under review
    11. Ed's avatar Ed

      Good gift and will definitely be handy with it's tips. Thanks

      Posted Sat, 25 Dec 2010 22:57 Under review
    12. Toby's avatar Toby

      Sharon and Paul Kelly are bang on. The free "book" is nothing more than a brochure for a book. It is a cheap and nasty ploy that is disingenuous at its best and outright insulting to readers at its worst.

      Posted Sat, 25 Dec 2010 20:37 Under review
    13. M Williams's avatar M Williams

      Think the dispatch guys need to read this and soon - ordered children's presents for overseas in November, 'dispatched' (apparently) first week of December - not within 48 hours but before the UK snow, told to wait by Customer 'service' until Dec 24. Shops now shut and no Christmas books for the children. Happy Christmas .... Not using this bunch again...

      Posted Fri, 24 Dec 2010 12:04 Under review
    14. Brenda's avatar Brenda

      Thank you very much for this gift! I love The Bookdepository! Lots of titles, nice prices, free postage, nicely packed, and I can always count on my books to be delivered within one week! (even in Belgium!) I wish everyone at The Bookdepository a merry Christmas, and a terrific New Year! I'll certainly be buying books from you again! Warmest regards!

      Posted Fri, 24 Dec 2010 07:12 Under review
    15. Ali's avatar Ali

      Thanks heaps for the free offer. I purchased some books from you last year and that was heaps good in terms of price and delivery. :))

      Posted Fri, 24 Dec 2010 05:57 Under review
    16. Nigel Lau's avatar Nigel Lau

      Thanks BD!!. Awesome wonderful gift:). Have a Merry Christmas!!

      Posted Fri, 24 Dec 2010 02:49 Under review
    17. Virginia P's avatar Virginia P

      Great choices, prices, prompt & free delivery. Love this site!!!!! Merry Christmas to all & thanks for the gift. This new customer will be in touch.

      Posted Fri, 24 Dec 2010 05:54 Under review
    18. Stuart McFeegle's avatar Stuart McFeegle

      Nice little ebook, but please note logic puzzle number 4 is incorrect. The answer claims that a bridge weight limit is not exceeded if a mass is kept in the air by juggling. The average weight force will exceed the weight limit and furthermore the instantaneous weight force will be even higher due to the impulses given to the object being thrown up and received from the falling object.

      Posted Thu, 23 Dec 2010 20:05 Under review
    19. Donal's avatar Donal

      It's nice to receive a little surprise from a company which is thinking about it's customers. Good marketing too ! Keep it up.

      Posted Thu, 23 Dec 2010 09:31 Under review
    20. Marion's avatar Marion

      Thank you so much! You are a wonderful company whom we love. Keep up the good work! Have an ace holiday.

      Posted Wed, 22 Dec 2010 21:47 Under review
    21. Asen Georgiev's avatar Asen Georgiev

      Awesome Christmas gift! Use it or lose it applies to the brain, too!

      Posted Wed, 22 Dec 2010 16:31 Under review
    22. Treasa O'Reilly's avatar Treasa O'Reilly

      Great..thanks a mil!! Love your site sooooo much!!keep up the great work

      Posted Wed, 22 Dec 2010 14:35 Under review
    23. Clare Muldowney's avatar Clare Muldowney

      Thanks for free gift. Wonderful site I am telling all my friends about it. Cheers. C

      Posted Wed, 22 Dec 2010 10:40 Under review
    24. Ana Pohrib's avatar Ana Pohrib

      Great book. Glad to have it! All the best!

      Posted Wed, 22 Dec 2010 09:37 Under review
    25. Lilly Nikolova's avatar Lilly Nikolova

      Thank you so much for this wonderful book. What a perfect Christmas gift!!! I wish you lots of love, happiness, health, cheer and prosperity all throughout the new year!!!

      Posted Wed, 22 Dec 2010 09:26 Under review

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