No? This is a great program for readers who buy books from Amazon.
Here's what it is. Authors and/or publishers whose books are available as both print books and ebooks can enroll in this program offered by Amazon. If they opt in and you purchase the print version of a book you get the Kindle version either free or at a significant discount (price to be set by the author/publisher).
This is a great deal for people who love print books, but also enjoy the convenience of reading on a Kindle device.
So next time you are looking to purchase a book through Amazon - take a look to see if it is enrolled in the Matchbook program. You could just have your cake and eat it too.
By the way - Lifeboat is enrolled with the Kindle price set to free if you buy the print version - and The Beacon will be too. :)
What do you think? Would you use the Kindle Matchbook program?