I have to agree with MagnoliaSouth on this one; this book is definitely not for the Kindle, and is barely useful on a computer monitor. I purchased it to use in the classroom with my Bible class, intending to project it so my students can get a better idea of the places we study about. Some of the maps are usable, but many are not.
Even on my 17-inch monitor, it is almost impossible to read many of the words on the maps, especially the map legends and other information put into white boxes. When projected onto my classroom screen, the words blur into total illegibility. I will be able to use the book to some extent, but it is a real disappointment.
A huge problem is the size of the maps included in the book. For some reason, the majority of maps and photographs in this book are placed on the left side of the page and take up just under four tenths of the page. This makes no sense to me. Shouldn't the illustrations be nearly as wide as the pages? There is lots of good information in the book, so it is a real disappointment that the maps are so poor, especially since it IS an atlas.
OK, interesting discovery: Shrinking the font to the smallest size possible enlarges some of the maps. This makes the text of the book totally unreadable, and only helps a tiny bit with the legibility of the maps.
I can only hope the publisher will release an updated version with larger maps. Until then, I can't recommend this book.