We got this message from a reader
The author replied to her, and after she did a little investigation and found out that the reader had downloaded a 'free" PDF document from a pirate site.
"Sorry you had a bad experience, but this site where you downloaded the "free" book is called a pirate site. They steal the books, and in this case, the owner of the site is not even smart enough to properly steal the entire book, they just took screenshots of the free pages that are available on legit selling sites. Had you purchase the book from a legitimate selling site such as Amazon, you'd have received a beautifully formatted eBook to enjoy. Also, I advice you to run a virus check on your tablet. The "free" books from pirate sites and not so "free".
It's always best to purchase the books from legitimate publishing sites. The ruthless pirate sites offer free books with a dark purpose. Either to scam you into signing up and as soon as you enter your credit card info you open an avalanche of fraudulent charges, or they attach a nasty spyware to the "free" book and steal your personal information off your computer.
If you'd like to read eBooks for free, ask your local library to purchase the book, and then you can read it with your library access.