I'm very grateful to you if you've done this!
If a reviewer reads it via Amazon, it may say 'verified purchase' which means they bought it: they didn't get a free copy.
By the way, the book was re-edited in 2017 making it more reader-friendly - I hope! - not least in the Kindle edition. (I've downloaded it to both my Kindle and to the Kindle app on my Samsung tablet, and to me it seems to read fine on both.)
(Why never sent for review? Well, it was written for patients, who wouldn't read the professional journals.
And the professional journals wouldn't be interested in something written for patients.
Besides, professional acupuncturists should know all this!
However, November 2019, my son-in-law thinks this is incorrect thinking so he may yet persuade me otherwise.)
Until November 2019 I carefully copied and pasted from eg Amazon what people had said about the book, including the number of stars they gave it.
Now Amazon have produced long screeds of 'can and can't dos', which I can't be bothered to read.
So I'm just putting a link to the Amazon page. This is the UK Amazon page, but they're clever people who, if they realise you live elsewhere, may send you to another of their sites.
All the books in the 'Chinese Medicine in English' series should be fully accessible on Kindles and Kindle apps. (Or you can buy the softback print editions, of course.)
('Western Astrology and Chinese Medicine' published 1986, was never available in a Kindle version.)
If, having read one of my books you can write a review - preferably positive - that would help others decide whether to read it.
You can put your review on Amazon or, on this site, here.
And if you think it was terrible?
Well, let me know so I can improve it for the next person. (Ideally let me know before cursing it in public!)
Here are some of the books I (Jonathan) have written.
Subscribers to Kindle Unlimited can borrow the first four for 'free'.
Published 1986 and, amazingly, still selling. Western Astrology and Chinese Medicine was apparently used back then by at least one acupuncture college to help students understand Chinese medicine! See Reviews.
Seven Reviews so far for Yuck Phlegm. (Despite the lurid cover, it explains the five main types of phlegm and what works best for each type. I hope it's easy to read and will be much more useful than all the websites on the subject.)
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