Books like this can't get much better. The 3 authors slam through every topic worth mentioning concerning C++ and do it well. There isn't any dogmatic fluff how C++ should take over the world like other books because they aren't caught in the hype of object orientation like the rest of the mindless masses are (e.g. they don't waste their time tearing procedural styles because there are more important things to discuss).
The most eminent thing that the blue faqs reflect is common sense. The authors aren't caught in an endless web of technical nonsense. Of course, the nature of the subject IS technical, but you'll notice and like the fact that the authors know their stuff, and answer the questions you have before you ask them to yourself.
It is absolutely perfect for folks with some C++ experience. The blue faqs put everything together, covering management perspectives, testing strategies, containers, the big three, and a heck of a lot more. In short, it will cover everything you'll need to know to exploit the C++ system of programming. It is simply a wonderful, useful, organized piece of work.
I wouldn't recommend learning C++ off of this book, though. It seems to be aimed more towards individuals that have experience in C++ and design. It might be good for businessmen to gain some insight.
There are pieces of helpful code peppered throughout the book. No excercises (it's not a textbook), no CD-ROM comes with it, either. It's written in a fun, understandable, down to Earth conversational style and gets (VERY) technical where needed. For those who want it, do not worry about not finding rigor in it. This is probably the only book that ever has hit a wonderful balance between the mush than those awful "buzz" books offer and good, technical precision.
Go to Yahoo! and find the Internet version of the C++ faqs, maintained by the authors of the blue faqs and decide for yourself. That has a ton of good stuff in it, but the blue one has 500% more stuff in it.