Top critical review
Could be great but difficult to use
Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2020
You know how it is with self-published computer books - most are junk, but there are a few gems. Luckily the gems stand out due to their great reviews and visible author attention (updates, responses, etc). This book is close to being a gem but is almost unusable.
First, there's not index. This makes it virtually impossible to use as a reference, and you have to work through as a tutorial.
Second, the font is way too small, making it hard to read. I guess the author thought they could pack more in less pages with the smaller font, but it makes it a struggle to read at times (and I'm not that old!). A larger font and a few more pages would be fine. If it was a matter of cost, then the paper is a quality paper (a nice touch) with a multi-color printing. To be honest, this book does not need the multi-color. I'd much rather have readable text and an index; and skip the color. Even a small drop in paper quality would not be the end of the world.
Like virtually all self-published books, it would have really benefited from a copy editor. Although this is not the biggest problem, an editor might have picked up on the font size and lack of index.