Thank you for your question!
I am sorry, but the eBook is sold separately. I would recommend if you decide to purchase the electronic format, as well, buy the Amazon Kindle version for highest utility. Our eBooks are DRM-Protected and require Adobe Digital Editions, which is a bit more difficult to setup than Amazon's Kindle Reader.
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I don't mind buying the ebook. But I'd want a pdf to put on my Samsung Galaxy A3 tablet.
Is this possible. I think it's a bit of a con if you buy a printed version of a book and don't get the ebook for free or at least at a discount.
Then if the ebook is a drm version. If I buy ab ebook I want to read it on the device of my choice. It's my book I bought it and can surely do what I want with it.
DRM doesn't stop piracy. The only person it affects is the paying customer. Or the Dummy indeed.
I can easily get a pirate copy from torrent sites. But I wanted to do the right thing and support the author.
I can understand why people use pirate sites if this is how you treat paying customers.
Appologies for my harsh tone.But I feel quite strongly about this matter.
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
I appreciate your candor, and I completely understand your stance.
The Kindle format is compatible with Samsung, and you can find that information here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/digital/kfs-landing-page
A note regarding the price; you save $4 when you purchase the Kindle format from Amazon ($15.99), versus the eBook from Wiley ($19.99).
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