Reviews of the modules book
Yesterday, El Reg posted a review of my book. They seemed to like it. And perhaps more importantly, they may have reached a wider audience than previous reviewers, at least judging by the feedback that’s come my way. Though that could also be ‘cos it’s a Brit publication, and I naturally know lots of Brits.
Anyway, I do occasionally check for published reviews (using google of course). Maybe time to summarise what I’ve seen in the past?
- Amazon currently have four reader reviews, all giving it 4 or 5 stars. Gratifyingly, the one from an Amazon “top 50” reviewer is at five stars.
- PCBurn published a review in March.
- A P Lawrence published a review in March. I like this one, because it’s his subjective reaction to it, and it’s a key message of the book: writing […] as a module in C is surprisingly easy!
- DevShed published a long and detailed review in April.
If you know of any other independent reviews, please add them in a comment.