One of the things about Kondle is that nobody knows what you are reading. If someone is reading Eat, Love, Pray, you form a certain opinion of them, without their saying a word. If they are reading 50 Shades of Grey, you form another opinion. If you are reading your Kindle, they need to ask, "Whatcha reading?" and of you're reading "Daddy Loves My Naked Body", you can always claim to be reading Mark Twain's "Roughing It"
This book has a misleading title, and so having someone ask gives you an opportunity to explain it's it's book published 25 years ago by a university press, and now republished because the author has another book outfit, that it's an incredibly funny story about a university professor that married a small ranch, and struggled to be enough of a cowboy to make it solidly profitable, with out success.
And then you tell tem the story of Retardo Montebull, and either they rush to buy a copy or they rush to leave your company, never to be seen again. And really, if someone doesn't think the story of Retardo Montebull is funny, would you even enjoy the company of such a joyless dolt?
As I mentioned, there's another book, 25 years newer, by the same other. I'm half afraid to try it. It's bound to be disappointing, no matter hia food ut us, Lightbing doesn't strike twicet in the same placet,
Not recommended for those who drink while reading, unless you keep you kindle in a ziplok bagm