Not really, I would have liked something like The Outliers or Tipping Point. I will not be downloading this one or traveling 30 miles (one way) to get the code.
This is the first I saw what week 5's book would be. While I'm really glad they are offering a non-fiction book, I'm absolutely not a non-fiction reader. I love to immerse myself in novels, but non-fiction just bores me to tears. The last non-fiction book I actually enjoyed was Howard Stern's Private Parts (was that 18 years ago??), and love him or hate him, he does know how to make me laugh.
But anyway, I have friends who are the complete opposite and they only like non-fiction. For that reason, I think it is awesome for B&N to offer this as one of their free books.
I don't want to appear ungrateful for free books, and I do understand people have different tastes. I have not read them yet, but do appreciate being introduced to a variety of authors.
But this book addresses a business context and was written in 2006. First, a lot has changed since 2006, and I just wouldn't think that book would appeal to many people.
Just thought the last book would be the greatest.