This should be a magazine article, written by someone (who canwrite) who has interviewed Mr. Code. The information in this bookcould easily be conveyed in a couple of thousand words. Worse, the writing is by far the most pretentious, misdirected, ridiculous style I have ever seen--and I am sure I have read way over 10,000 books (and hundreds of thousands of articles) in my life. I had a hard time forcing myself to read such atrocity. The problem is not mechanics--he understands grammar and sentence structure well enough. The problem is empty words, overblown rhetoric, unclear content, and the most bizarre conceit I have ever seen, namely, defining ordinary words in a glossary.E.g., "Characteristics," "perspective," "knowledge." If you can find a buddy who has read it, get him to take ten minutes and tell you about it. That's plenty of time to convey the information. Save your money.