David Arditti’s review is well-constructed and not quite as negative as Sheridan’s words make out. Looking at other comments about the book on the Web, it is clear that Graham has several objectives in writing/producing the book and so it will definitel;y appeal to several audiences. How well it satisfies the budding astrophotographer is possibly a bit like asking the proverbial ‘length of string’ question. Maybe David is indeed expecting too much of an in-depth approach. I see that Graham is a member of the Tynemouth Photographic Society and I can imagine it could have a strong appeal amongst amateur photographers especially if they can exploit local dark skies.