By the co-author of The easy Guide to Your Walt Disney World Visit 2020, the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook series ever.

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The easy Guide 2014 Gets It 100th Review. But Don’t Buy It…

By Dave Shute

Some time this morning the 2014 edition of The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit got its 100th review on Amazon (and its 101st too!)

The easy Guide Gets it One Hundredth Review

Ninety-six of the 101 reviews give it five stars; the sole one star review is a bogus attack on Josh; the sole two star review is, I think, a real though somewhat misguided posting.

This means that The easy Guide is better reviewed than Kissinger’s On China,plus it’s much more fun!  In fact, it’s the best-reviewed Disney World guidebook in history.

But don’t buy it–unless you want it for its future value as the first edition of the bestest Disney World guidebook.

The easy Guide to Your First Walt Disney World Visit 2015

Instead, wait a few days, and pick up the 2015 edition instead, coming soon!

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1 Jenny Harmon { 11.13.14 at 11:17 am }

Gratz on the reviews! They’re spot on (at least the good ones are). I’m looking forward to the 2015 book. Do you know if it will have the free Kindle version if you buy the book itself this time as well?

2 Dave { 11.13.14 at 3:23 pm }

Hi Jenny thanks!!! And yup, free kindle version to those who buy the paperback!!

3 McCoy { 11.14.14 at 7:25 am }

When…do you think?

4 Dave { 11.14.14 at 1:36 pm }

By the middle of next week I hope…

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