I ordered it from a seller on eBay and it was one of the items on my Amazon Wishlist.
And, I gotta say, I was a tad...disappointed.
Not by the content of the book itself. Haven't had a chance to read it yet. No, I'm talking page length. You see, the book's Amazon listing credits it with 400 pages. The book's publisher, Visible Ink Press (VIP), says it contains 300 pages.
How many does it actually have?
A measly 287.
Also, somewhat bizarrely (at least, to me), the copyright date of the book is 2010. Both its Amazon and VIP listing note its publication date as September 2009. Whether this means you can plagiarise huge chunks of it willy-nilly till next year, remains to be seen.
I've e-mailed VIP about this page length and copyright date anomaly and eagerly await their reply.