Having visited the temple of Seti I at Abydos, I was very happy to find this book, and it exceeded my expectations. Actually, I wish it was longer! The reliefs in this temple are exquisite, real masterpieces; Seti's temple is the best decorated in all Egypt. The carving of the raised reliefs is delicate and detailed, even aside from the incredible amount of surviving paint. Not only does this book include very good photos of a nice selection of reliefs, it includes translations of the inscriptions contained in the photos.
It is especially nice to see Egyptology books written by Egyptian archaeologists; although a few grammatical errors make it clear that the author is a non-native speaker of English, his English is very good (certainly far superior to my Arabic!), and quite understandable.
This is a lovely little book, and I only hope the author and photographer expand on it in the future to produce a full record of this wonderful temple and its entire decoration. As it stands now, this book is a bargain!