Top positive review
Great Information, but some quirks with the paperback edition
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2018
So far I am enjoying the quality of the book (from a student's perspective, not professor), and appreciate that the edition includes references to publications as recent as 2017 (since this edition is from 2018).
One small problem has been that the paperback version does not have some of the figures described as being on the inside covers of the textbook. While certain figures are described well enough to find online fairly quickly, this is a problem I hope is resolved in future editions of the book (or is at least described as only being in the hardcover copy).