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Old 07-12-2019, 06:28 PM   #1666
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This one looks like an interesting view from a woman serving as an Army nurse in WWII. It's 2.99 at Amazon US right now.


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The first Amazon review notes problems with special characters/graphics, so this may depend on which reader you use. YMMV
I think that Amazon "always" notes, in small, red print, when an ebook has "quality issues reported." The ebook's webpage doesn't have that notice. So, I'd be inclined to think that the "quality issues" have been corrected. That, and the early reviewers seem to be the ones to make note of that.

I don't know if, when the issues are corrected, Amazon sends buyers a corrected ebook, as they do when ebooks have free updates, et al.

Of much more concern to me is that there are an excessive number of "1" ratings, probably the reason that the overall rating of the ebook falls below 4.0 stars. I'd want to read the reviews to figure out the reason for the excessive number of "1's".

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This one looks like an interesting view from a woman serving as an Army nurse in WWII. It's 2.99 at Amazon US right now.


Helmets and Lipstick: An Army Nurse in World War Two
Although forbidden from any combat roles, to my knowledge, women also served extensively as aviatrices (female pilots)--a non-traditional role for women in the armed forces (they may not have technically been in the armed forces, but in some auxiliary service). There was a huge need for pilots to ferry the bright-and-shiny new airplanes from the factories to places where they were needed. The men who were pilots couldn't be spared.

(A question just popped into my mind: I wonder if the women ever ferried airplanes to aircraft carriers. Some things make me think that they probably didn't.)

This critical work helped to crack open the door--ever so slightly--to employment of women as civil aviatrices after the War was over.
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I think that Amazon "always" notes, in small, red print, when an ebook has "quality issues reported." The ebook's webpage doesn't have that notice. So, I'd be inclined to think that the "quality issues" have been corrected. That, and the early reviewers seem to be the ones to make note of that.

I don't know if, when the issues are corrected, Amazon sends buyers a corrected ebook, as they do when ebooks have free updates, et al.

Of much more concern to me is that there are an excessive number of "1" ratings, probably the reason that the overall rating of the ebook falls below 4.0 stars. I'd want to read the reviews to figure out the reason for the excessive number of "1's".
I thought that some of you might be interested in reading this message from Amazon, if you haven't read it already, which popped up when I was scouring the ratings of a particular ebook a few minutes ago:
Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness.

I find that very interesting and insightful.
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I think that Amazon "always" notes, in small, red print, when an ebook has "quality issues reported." The ebook's webpage doesn't have that notice. So, I'd be inclined to think that the "quality issues" have been corrected. That, and the early reviewers seem to be the ones to make note of that.

I don't know if, when the issues are corrected, Amazon sends buyers a corrected ebook, as they do when ebooks have free updates, et al.

Of much more concern to me is that there are an excessive number of "1" ratings, probably the reason that the overall rating of the ebook falls below 4.0 stars. I'd want to read the reviews to figure out the reason for the excessive number of "1's".
Always have to be careful of those. If the reviews don't reference something actually in the book, it could be a personal vendetta. On the other hand if a book really hasn't been properly edited or is written badly, that can get a lot of one star reviews.
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Always have to be careful of those. If the reviews don't reference something actually in the book, it could be a personal vendetta. On the other hand if a book really hasn't been properly edited or is written badly, that can get a lot of one star reviews.
As far as the personal element goes, I'm most suspicious of a disproportionate amount of five-star reviews, which seem most likely to be driven by F&F and generally account for those 4+ averages. I think the most useful reviews are the two-star ones, which tend to focus on the substantive, but for an absolutely terrible book there is no alternative to one star.
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Always have to be careful of those. If the reviews don't reference something actually in the book, it could be a personal vendetta. On the other hand if a book really hasn't been properly edited or is written badly, that can get a lot of one star reviews.
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As far as the personal element goes, I'm most suspicious of a disproportionate amount of five-star reviews, which seem most likely to be driven by F&F and generally account for those 4+ averages. I think the most useful reviews are the two-star ones, which tend to focus on the substantive, but for an absolutely terrible book there is no alternative to one star.
I confess that sometimes I have been a hurry, and just considered the average score at Amazon (and hopefully the score at GoodReads, too) before purchasing. That might have been a mistake, although I can't point to any particular cases where that went wrong.

Issybird's calculas for judging the validity of ratings is interesting, to say the least, though; I certainly will give it consideration!

Amazon recognizes the issue of whether or not the average rating give a true picture of how good a book really is. As I mentioned in post #1670, Amazon states that they do not use raw data to come up with an average score. They use a "machine model" to come up with what they think is a more accurate average score. I suppose that that means that they use a Bayesian approach, algorithms, something(s) like that, (a) thing(s) which are way above my mathematical head.

That might make me more confident to pull the trigger on books at Amazon which have a high composite rating. When necessary.
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As far as the personal element goes, I'm most suspicious of a disproportionate amount of five-star reviews, which seem most likely to be driven by F&F and generally account for those 4+ averages. I think the most useful reviews are the two-star ones, which tend to focus on the substantive, but for an absolutely terrible book there is no alternative to one star.
When a bunch of 5 star reviews are dated the same as the published date, it's a clear sign they are suspicious. I see that all the time. I tend to automatically discount 5 star reviews, and usually start my reading with the 1 & 2 star reviews.

In one of the genres I read, book reviews are almost always glowing praise dripping 5 star reviews. And as much as I like many of the authors for the lite reading they provide, most of them don't write 5 star worthy books IMO.

Spoilers in book reviews are my current irritation.
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I confess that sometimes I have been a hurry, and just considered the average score at Amazon (and hopefully the score at GoodReads, too) before purchasing. That might have been a mistake, although I can't point to any particular cases where that went wrong.

Issybird's calculas for judging the validity of ratings is interesting, to say the least, though; I certainly will give it consideration!

Amazon recognizes the issue of whether or not the average rating give a true picture of how good a book really is. As I mentioned in post #1670, Amazon states that they do not use raw data to come up with an average score. They use a "machine model" to come up with what they think is a more accurate average score. I suppose that that means that they use a Bayesian approach, algorithms, something(s) like that, (a) thing(s) which are way above my mathematical head.

That might make me more confident to pull the trigger on books at Amazon which have a high composite rating. When necessary.
Again, either extreme can be suspicious. The only reliable gauge is to get a Kindle sample or look at the Look Inside feature and start reading, like you would with a hard copy in a book shop. Even legitimate reviews are only the opinions of strangers.
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