Hey there, I'm Azat Mardan. I published 11 books on Node.js. I'm as real as the sun rising in the morning and as the Monday hangover after partying hard all weekend. Google me out on the internet if you doubt. ;)
Anyway, this is your chance to get three (3!) FREE NODE.JS EBOOKS. This is a call for reviewer so you must have an active Amazon.com profile (meaning you can actually leave reviews on Amazon.com). I anxiously want your feedback as kids want their Christmas gifts every year.
The $1 is just to confirm that you are serious. You must be willing to study the books and write the reviews. And you are serious, right? There is no other freaking reason for me charing a buck ($1). Listen, I am not becoming rich out of this. Got it?
In fact, I'm loosing money on this all because I NEED YOUR FEEDBACK. Hey, I'll even refund you the money... after you leave the reviews and send me an email about that.
Thank you for participating and providing your feedback. Now go copy your Amazon.com profile URL into the form, pay $1 and enjoy the learning.
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