Reviews and Feedback - FPFTM ebook


Some initial comments are reproduced below (with the writers' permission).




Thank you, the link worked without a hitch. Book downloaded OK and added to Apple Books with no problem at all.


It looks fabulous on my ipad 11. I think that's the best conversion from print to digital that I have seen.


I'm just going through the roaring 20's chapter at the moment. It's a brilliant piece of historical research, full of information but also very easy to read. The high quality images capture not only the times but also place each fountain pen in context with others and the continual improvements in CS designs over time. For me that really brings the whole CS story alive.


This book really should be on every fountain pen lover's bookshelf.


PA, Lancashire



I've downloaded Fountain Pens for the Million onto my ipad. Download was straightforward, quick and simple. I now have my favourite reference book 'in my pocket' wherever I go and I can keep my hardback in pristine condition.


I find the ebook easier to use for quick reference. The chronological layout is easy to follow and I learn something new every time I open it. I have been collecting Conway Stewart fountain pens for some time and continue to find hidden gems. Of all the English pens of the 20th Century, Conway Stewart is in my view the clear leader. No other company produced such a brilliant range of colours and patterns, the Dinkies and full-size pens that were made of casein are things of beauty. This is a reference work invaluable to the collector and now easily available worldwide. Thank you.


BP, Birmingham


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